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Rapid Support Forces control the town of Al-Aylfon, east of Khartoum

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Rapid Support Forces control the town of Al-Aylfon, east of Khartoum

Today, Friday, the Rapid Support Forces took control of the town of Al-Aylfon, east of Sudan’s capital Khartoum, and ordered the evacuation of residents of several neighborhoods, leading to large-scale displacement in the region.

According to eyewitnesses, Rapid Support Forces launched an attack on the town on Thursday, which houses one of the army camps where volunteers are recruited to fight alongside the army. On Friday, the forces released video clips showing their progress. city.

Residents told al-Arabi al-Jadeed that Rapid Support Forces began a campaign to forcibly relocate residents, particularly in the northern neighborhoods, after controlling most of the city’s entrances and exits. of houses.

These developments have prompted people to leave the city in small vehicles and trucks or on foot, towards nearby areas such as Al-Asaylat, Umm Tuban and Al-Tabaiba, or to Al-Jazeera State, which borders Khartoum State. The city was devastated as electricity and communication networks were cut off.

Clashes between the two sides continued in the Al-Aylafoun area today Friday, with disruptions to electricity, water, communications and communications, the Emergency Lawyers (a voluntary legal body) said in a statement. Internet services in the region.

It has accused the Rapid Support Forces of looting and forcibly displacing people and restricting their right to movement by setting up checkpoints. Hundreds of civilians leaving various towns in the capital.

In addition, the Rapid Support Forces reported killing more than 120 military personnel and capturing another 70, most of whom they described as “Mustanbulists”, in addition to capturing 10 fully equipped combat vehicles and 3 armored vehicles.

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According to a statement from the Rapid Support Forces, the army, which moved from Al-Aylfon camp on Thursday and Friday, managed to repel an attack by regime remnants and Mustafar’s forces.

The statement added that the Rapid Support Forces would confront “mustanbulists” trying to enter Khartoum with “necessary determination” and were on full alert to stop them, the statement said.

Last Monday, the army chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, denied the existence of political organizations within the army.

Clashes in Khartoum between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces have continued in several fronts and cities since April 15th and some of them have taken refuge in neighboring countries like Egypt, Chad, Ethiopia and South Sudan.

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