13 Jan

The outbreak of the war in April 2023 in Sudan, has led to large waves of refugees and the displacement of nearly 3 million people and a worrying increase in violations. These violations include aerial bombardment of civilians, public and private facilities, enforced disappearances, extrajudicial killings, and rape. The ongoing war and the history of both warring parties have made these violations disturbingly prominent. Military headquarters of the warring parties in the center of cities have facilitated raids on houses and attacks on civilians. New types of violations have also emerged, including the abduction of women and girls and forcible transfer to other states, with brutal torture and the potential for developing into sexual slavery and trafficking. Eyewitness testimonies indicate that these violations were committed by individuals wearing RSF’s uniforms

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