Sudan fighting: UN warns of humanitarian ‘breaking point’

There has been sporadic gunfire in Sudan – despite another extension of a faltering 72-hour ceasefire.
Plumes of smoke can be seen after air strikes in Khartoum Bahri, near the capital.
There’s also been shelling near the presidential palace.
The UN warns that Sudan is at a humanitarian “breaking point”.
Rival military forces accuse each other of new violations of a ceasefire that they had just agreed to extend as their devastating conflict enters a third week.
The World Food Programme resumes operations after three staff members were killed on the second day of the conflict.
Border countries are facing an economic strain as they take in Sudanese refugees.

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