Fighting in Sudan has continued despite a truce agreement and leaders of both factions showing little public willingness to negotiate.
Forces try to gain the upper hand ahead of possible negotiations as they appear to be battling for control of territory in the capital Khartoum.
The U.N. warns of the violence’s devastating toll on children with reports indicating five hundred and fifty deaths and almost five thousand people wounded.
Sudan’s Special envoy to Ethiopia, Dafallah Alhaj, says the army will support any party willing to put down arms.
Reports say five hundred and fifty people had died and almost five thousand people wounded.