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The conflict in Sudan enters its fourth month with no sign of a peaceful resolution

A man inspects damage as he walks through the rubble by a destroyed car outside a house that was hit by an artillery shell in the Azhari district in the south of Khartoum on June 6, 2023.
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A man inspects damage as he walks through the rubble by a destroyed car outside a house that was hit by an artillery shell in the Azhari district in the south of Khartoum on June 6, 2023.

Fighting between the Sudanese army and the rival Rapid Support Forces in the capital Khartoum and across Sudan has brought the country to its knees, as NPR's Africa correspondent Emmanuel Akinwotu reports.

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Emmanuel Akinwotu
Emmanuel Akinwotu is an international correspondent for NPR. He joined NPR in 2022 from The Guardian, where he was West Africa correspondent.