Sudanese military factions clash, at least 30 dead, hundreds injured
A power struggle between Sudan's army and a paramilitary force has rocked the country on Saturday, killing at least 30 people and injuring hundreds, according to the UN. Residents dodged gunfire as the rival forces fought over the presidential palace, state TV buildings and army headquarters. The Sudanese Army and the Rapid Support Forces are vying for control of the country. The leaders of both groups were allies in a coup that took power in 2021, but have publicly fallen out in recent months.