The Sudan battles since April 15 between forces loyal to army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the Rapid Support Force RSF have killed nearly 3,000 people.
Fierce fighting between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary (RSF) shook the capital Khartoum, as disease and malnutrition threatened the rising number of displaced people.
Al Jazeera’s correspondent said the fighting reignited in the early hours of last Sunday in the northern part of the city.
She explained that people in the area say that the RSF tried to attack Sudanese army positions, and this is near an army air base where the fighter jets that have been targeting the RSF have been taking off.
Air strikes were launched in northern parts of the capital, Morgan reported, and heavy artillery was used in the city’s east.
“The RSF said it downed a Sudanese army fighter jet in the city of Bahri,” she said. Bahri, also known as Khartoum North, is one of three cities that make up Greater Khartoum.