A second American citizen has been confirmed dead in Sudan.
- The news was confirmed by White House National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby on Wednesday.
- "We extend our deepest condolences to the family," Kirby said. "We continue to make clear at the highest levels of our government the leadership of both the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces that they are responsible for ensuring the protection of civilians and noncombatants, including people from third countries and humanitarian staff that are working to save lives."
- "We've said this many, many times that the violence is simply unconscionable and it must stop. We've got to do what's right for the Sudanese people," Kirby added. "They want a return to peace and security in Khartoum and around the country, and they want to see a transition to civilian authority. And we need to keep working at that."