By Katharine Houreld & Bryan Pietsch | The Washington Post (free)
Mortar rounds and artillery fire slammed into hospitals in Sudan’s capital as they struggled to deal with the mounting casualties from battling military factions while the civilian toll after three days of fighting reached 97.
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By Matthew Mpoke Bigg, Vivek Shankar & Enjoli Liston | The New York Times
The European Union has criticized bans by Poland and Hungary on imports of Ukrainian grain and other foods over the weekend, saying the unilateral moves were “unacceptable.”