150 days of deadly conflict in Sudan

The World

The fighting in Sudan between rival armed forces has now dragged on for 150 days. Both sides in this conflict are accused of serious human rights violations. So far, multiple international efforts at mediation have failed to bring about a lasting ceasefire. Experts warn that a broader civil war could be on the horizon. The World's Africa correspondent Halima Gikandi reports.

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