The victims of the bombing in the Mayo area in the south of the Sudanese capital of Hartum became 17 people, another 106 were injured.
Claces between the army and the quick response forces (SBR) of Sudan have been continuing for 47 days.
According to the trade union of the doctors of Sudan, the condition of 36 victims is evaluated as difficult.
Doctors of the Beshir training hospital do not have time to provide timely assistance to the wounded due to staff shortage, follows from the message.
Civil Aviation Office of Sudan previously announced the decision to extend until June 15, the closing of the airspace of the African country, with the exception of flights with humanitarian aid or for evacuation.
Sudan’s airspace is closed from the beginning of April.