Witnesses report air strikes and paramilitary forces fire anti-aircraft weapons while WHO warns of "huge biological risk" after fighters occupy laboratory in capital Khartoum.
Thousands of people are fleeing Sudan as deadly fighting between the army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces claims hundreds of lives.
As the fatalities soar, authorities at the state-run Malindi Sub-County Hospital warn that the morgue is running out of space to store the bodies.
Around 5,000 people reach the border town of Renk in South Sudan, however, the number would be bigger than that, according to local media reports.
Mevlut Cavusoglu says 110 foreign citizens from 13 countries are also being evacuated by Türkiye.
Blinken says the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces have agreed to implement a nationwide ceasefire starting at midnight on April 24 after intense negotiation over the past 48 hours.
World nations rush to evacuate their citizens from battle-raged Sudan as hundreds of people have been killed in the ongoing fight between two rival generals since April 15.
Battles between the forces of two rival generals have turned Khartoum into a war zone, shutting down hospitals and preventing health professionals from providing care.
The government of Ethiopia will begin peace negotiation with the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA), a rebel group active in the country's largest and most populous region.
The groups most vulnerable to malaria are children under the age of five and pregnant women, with deaths largely down to late diagnosis and treatment.
Dozens of men and young people were killed by the men, dressed in military uniforms, survivors say.
Türkiye begins to repatriate its citizens from Sudan amid ongoing clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces.
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