The UN says it estimates around 50,000 people have been displaced by the latest fighting which has spilt over into neighbouring districts of West Darfur.
Hamdok’s deal with the coup leaders did not stop protests, leading to his resignation, giving way to greater uncertainty.
The collapse happened in a closed mine in West Kordofan, where miners wanted to continue to extract gold. A lot of mines around the region are under military control.
Sudan’s ousted prime minister was back to work after reaching a deal with coup leaders. But he will have a hard time easing the wrath of opposition forces, experts say.
With Human Rights Watch calling them “men with no mercy”, the paramilitary group has been accused of various crimes from enforced disappearances to torture across Sudan.
With the apparent support of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, the military has launched a crackdown on peaceful protesters in recent days, leaving at least 100 dead.
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