Due to the “unprecedented” situation, the UN is sending a relief chief to Sudan.

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As a result of the “unprecedented” situation in Sudan, where the country’s warring factions are still fighting despite promising to prolong a barely observed 72-hour ceasefire that was set to expire at midnight on Sunday, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is sending his Emergency Relief director there.

“The scale and speed of what is unfolding in Sudan is unprecedented in the country,” Guterres wrote on Twitter as he made his decision on Sunday. “I am immediately dispatching @UNReliefChief [Martin Griffiths] to the area due to the rapidly worsening humanitarian crisis.”




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