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Vol 64 No 10

Published 11th May 2023


A war that hits everyone all at once

As the generals are deadlocked in battle, a humanitarian disaster is building with refugees fleeing for neighbouring countries

Prospects for a humanitarian ceasefire in Sudan have improved since the opening of talks between representatives of the warring factions open in Jeddah on 6 May, according to United States Under Secretary of State Victoria Nuland. To reporters in Washington DC, she sketched out a process in which a declaration of a temporary ceasefire and agreement on humanitarian principles could provide a platform for expanded talks for longer-term truce and resumption of negotiations for the transition to civil rule.

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