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Tell us: Have the fighting in Sudan affected you?

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More than 500 people have been killed and thousands wounded in fighting in Sudan, and the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that just 16% of health facilities remain functioning.

The crisis has sent growing numbers of refugees across Sudan’s borders, with the UN’s refugee agency warning that more than 800,000 people could flee into neighbouring countries.

If you have been affected by situation in Sudan, we’d like to hear from you.

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