The Sudanese Ministry of Health reported the grim statistics on April 21.
The clashes, which began on April 15, have mainly taken place in Khartoum, where 130 people have been killed and 1,900 injured. The situation has since slightly improved, with 59 deaths and 200 injuries reported on April 21.
The conflict between the Sudanese army and the RSF has caused concern both nationally and internationally. The two sides have accused each other of initiating the conflict. Meanwhile, the civilian population continues to suffer from the violent clashes.
The Sudanese government has yet to release a statement regarding the matter.
However, this development serves as a reminder of the volatility of the situation in Sudan, which has been facing political instability and conflict for years.
It also highlights the urgent need for a peaceful resolution to the conflict, to prevent further loss of lives and promote stability and progress in the country.