Sudan left in the dark by RSF-imposed telecoms blackout

Updated February 12 2024 - 11:49pm, first published 11:44pm
The UN is concerned some displaced Sudanese may be dying of starvation after nearly a year of war. (AP PHOTO)
The UN is concerned some displaced Sudanese may be dying of starvation after nearly a year of war. (AP PHOTO)

A communications network blackout in Sudan, blamed on the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, has hobbled aid delivery and left the war-weary population of almost 50 million unable to make payments or contact the outside world.

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