Fighting between the rival forces and the Army in Sudan has raged into its sixth month. Flames gripped the Sudanese capital on Sunday and paramilitary forces attacked the army headquarters for the second day in a row.
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Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj on September 15 hailed India’s disaster relief operations. She said, "In the international arena, India has consistently been a reliable first responder in Humanitarian and disaster relief situations whether it was Operation Kaveri in Sudan, operation Dost in Turkiye, Operation Ganga in Ukraine, Operation Shakti in Afghanistan, or even Operation Rahat in Yemen, we worked seamlessly with multiple stakeholders on the ground to ensure early relief and recovery.
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A tragic incident unfolded in Manipur as Sepoy Serto Thangthang Kom, an Army soldier on leave, was abducted from his home in Imphal West district and subsequently killed. The soldier was kidnapped by unidentified armed individuals around 10 AM on Saturday. His lifeless body was discovered next day. Details in this report.
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Sudan’s army has reportedly suspended its participation in talks over a ceasefire and humanitarian access...raising fears of renewed fighting that has displaced tens of thousands of people. The talks with the rival paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) had began in the Saudi Arabian port city of Jeddah in early May and had produced a declaration of commitments to protect civilians and two short-term ceasefire deals that have been repeatedly violated. The army and the RSF had agreed to extend a weeklong ceasefire deal by five days just before it was due to expire late on Monday. Fighting had already been reported yesterday both in Khartoum's metropolitan area and in the western region of Darfur. Both sides have accused each other of breaking the ceasefire by carrying out actions that violate the truce deal. The RSF has accused the army of violating the truce, saying that its militias would "exercise the right to defend themselves. The truce was brokered and was being remotely monitored by Saudi Arabia and the United States, which said that it has been violated by both sides. This protracted fight has left the civilians in dire need of aid, ffod, essential supplies and help. According to UN figures, around 25 million people in Sudan are in need of aid and protection, with entire districts of Khartoum being without running water and receiving only a couple of hours of electricity per week.
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