Fighting in Sudan has sparked a new wave of violence in Darfur, raising fears of further escalation.
Sudan’s army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Force have been fighting for nearly two months.
Millions of people have been affected.
But this latest war now threatens to reignite decades-old tensions in the West Darfur region.
Doctors Without Borders says hundreds of civilians have been killed since the violence began in April.
The war started around the capital, Khartoum, but has since spread across the country.
Darfur has become one of its main battlegrounds.
People in the region say various militias are targeting civilians and some have warned of massacres.
Thousands of people are fleeing the violence to neighboring Chad.
What is behind this increase in conflict?
Presenter: Mohammad Zamjum
Hafiz Mohammed – Director of Justice Africa Sudan
Maysun Dahab – Co-Director of the Sudan Research Group, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Abdelwahab El-Afendi – Professor of Politics, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies