Despite talks in Jeddah aimed at resolving the conflict, Sudan's paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) have declared that they will continue advancing and taking territory. The RSF, led by the brother of Sudan's deputy head of government, has recently made territorial gains in the Darfur region. However, the Sudanese army has claimed to have retaken control of some installations previously captured by the RSF. The talks in Jeddah are being facilitated by Saudi and United States officials, who have previously brokered short ceasefire deals between the warring sides.
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