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At least 33 civilians killed in Khartoum

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At least 33 civilians lost their lives in Khartoum on Thursday, with 23 of them killed in airstrikes carried out by the military.

The civil war has already claimed tens of thousands of lives © Mena Today 

At least 33 civilians lost their lives in Khartoum on Thursday, with 23 of them killed in airstrikes carried out by the military in a southeastern district of the capital, as reported by a pro-democracy lawyers' committee overnight from Thursday to Friday.

The committee had announced on Thursday that ten civilians had been killed in artillery exchanges in the southern outskirts of Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, which has been torn apart by a power struggle between two rival generals since April 15th.

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