No respite in Sudan fighting as ex-regime officials escape jail

A state of emergency has been declared in Khartoum with tens of thousands of people trying to leave Sudan as there is no sign the fighting has eased.
Both the army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, say they are in control. Aid agencies are warning of a humanitarian crisis as Sudanese cross into neighbouring countries.
A wanted Sudanese war crimes suspect, Ahmed Haroun, has confirmed that he and other members of the former regime ousted in 2019 have escaped from prison during recent fighting, raising new fears for a fragile ceasefire.
Fuel shortages, the soaring cost of food and a growing number of hospitals bombed out of service are worsening the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Sudan.

Al Jazeera’s Assed Baig reports.

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