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Armed conflict between the Sudan Armed Forces, and the Rapid Support Forces with their allied militias, caused mass civilian casualties in deliberate and indiscriminate attacks. All parties to the conflict committed serious violations and abuses of international human rights law, and violations of international humanitarian law. Women and girls were subjected to conflict-related sexual violence. Impunity remained at the heart of the conflict-related violations and abuses. Millions of people were internally displaced and about 1.4 million fled to neighbouring countries and lived in dire conditions.

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