Clashes broke out in some parts of Sudan on the 100th day of the war on Sunday, as attempts at regional and international mediation by powerful nations failed to find a way out of the increasingly difficult conflict.
Since April 15, battles between the army led by Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF), headed by Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, have killed more than 3,900 people, according to the latest toll from the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED).
Neither the army nor the army has been able to declare victory as the RSF forces control the land fields in the capital Khartoum against the air forces and army tanks.
The political structures and government in the capital have collapsed while the fighting is spreading to the west, especially in the volatile region of Darfur and also in the south where the SPLM-N rebel group has tried to take over the territory.
More than 2.6 million people have been internally displaced, mostly from Khartoum, the International Organization for Migration said.
Thousands who remain in the capital, particularly in Khartoum North, are trapped without water since the local water station was damaged at the start of the war.
Residents say there is only intermittent electricity and food has nearly run out.