Violence in Sudan’s western Darfur state has killed at least 48 people

Khartoum, January 17 according to a report by Sudan news agency on January 17, violent clashes have continued to take place in El Geneina, the capital of Sudan’s western Darfur state, since January 16. At least 48 people have been killed and 97 injured. < / P > < p > the conflict has continued since the early morning of the morning, citing a line from the Medical Council of western Darfur. The committee called on the government to provide transport vehicles to local medical institutions to facilitate the rescue of the injured. < p > < p > after the violent conflict, the authorities in western Darfur announced a curfew from the 16th, and decided to send armed forces to the conflict area to restore order. At the same time, the Sudanese Council of Ministers announced the urgent dispatch of a high-level delegation composed of military, security and judicial departments to El Geneina to resolve the conflict.