Sudan conflict: warring sides blame each other for strike on key bridge


Civilians killed and reports of rape amid intense fighting between army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces

The Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) have blamed each other for a strike that damaged a bridge over the Jebel Aulia dam south of Khartoum, the latest piece of key infrastructure to suffer in a seven-month war.

It came a few days after intense fighting between the two warring sides in the area. Bodies were seen on the streets, among them civilians, and more than 1,000 people were displaced from Jebel Aulia and the villages west of the White Nile River, following the attack on the dam and the seizure of the bridge.

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