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FIGHT IN KHARTOUM AS MEDIATORS SEEK END TO SUDAN CONFLICT.

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Fighting is heard in south Khartoum as envoys from Sudan’s warring parties are in Saudi Arabia for talks that international mediators hope will bring an end to a three-week old conflict.

The United States-Saudi initiative is the first serious attempt to end fighting between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, RSF that has turned parts of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum into war zones and derailed an internationally backed plan to usher in civilian rule, following years of unrest and uprisings.

While mediators are seeking a path to peace, both sides have made it clear they would only discuss a humanitarian truce, not negotiate an end to the war.

Confirming his group’s attendance, RSF leader, Mohamed Dagalo, commonly known as Hemedti, said he hoped the talks would achieve their intended aim of securing safe passage for civilians.

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