Dozens of children are among the victims of the Sudan massacre
At least 19 children have been confirmed dead as violence escalates in Sudan.
Hundreds of people have been killed and injured in acts of brutality heavily condemned by the United Nations.
Young children have unfortunately been caught up in the attacks with many suffering assaults and even being killed.
There has been an outcry from the country for the world to become aware of the drastic situation unfolding with the hashtag Sudan Massacre trending globally on Twitter.
— Moushira? (@Moushira15) June 14, 2019
Current reports put the death toll at 500 including at least 19 children.
Reports including one by Sky News say that schools are being targeted in particular but that reporters are being denied access to school buildings they know have been ransacked by the army.
Africa correspondent John Sparks says he was threatened with violence when he attempted to enter the premises. He went on to say that his team felt suspicious that all was not right due to the overpowering smell of decay coming from inside.
Many inside and outside of the country continue to try garner awareness of the crisis currently unfolding through social media.