Coup in Sudan, planes bomb headquarters in Khartoum

Sudanese military aircraft bomb RSF headquarters in Khartoum, Coup


Sudanese army planes bombed the headquarters of the forces Rapid Action Paramilitaries (RSF), Soba Camp, in the capital of the country, Khartoum, in the midst of the clashes that broke out between the two formations and left on the verge the process of civil transition in the country African. of total collapse.

In a statement, the Rapid Support Forces paramilitary group said it had It took "full control" of the presidential palace and airports in Khartoum, the capital, and Merowe, in the north of the country.

"The Armed Forces call on officers, noncommissioned officers and soldiers of the RSF, sons of the Sudanese people, to join the ranks of the Refrain from being an instrument in this battle to perform the illegal personal ambitions of his leadership," the army said. , referring to the head of the RSF, vice-president of the Sovereign Council and number two in the army, Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, known as Hemedti.

The clashes come two days after the army warned that the country was in a "dangerous situation" that could lead to in an armed conflict, after RSF units "mobilized" in the Sudanese capital and other cities without the consent or coordination of forces. armed.

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