Sudanese army aviation has launched strikes on the positions of the cyclical reaction forces (missionaries) near Khartoum on Sunday.

The EPA reports that areas east of the capital have been set on fire, according to Al-Jazeera Television.

The Al Hadath telecommunications network, on the other hand, reported on an airstrike carried out by army aviation in the northern city of Khartoum. The operation is reportedly accompanied by heavy artillery fire.

In several districts of the capital, there are clashes between the army and missionaries. Shooting sounds are also heard in the city of Omdurman. Fighting continues in the Darfur region of western Sudan, according to Al Hadath. Sources in the channel said the death toll in recent days in Kutum, a northern Darfur province where the most violent clashes have occurred, was at least 40, most of them civilians.