Death toll from tribal clashes in Sudan continues to soars.

Province’s Health Minister, Gamal al-Sayed has confirmed that the Death toll from days of tribal clashes in Sudan’s Blue Nile State has climbed to at least sixty-five people.

The fighting between the Hausa and Birta ethnic groups in the southern province has also injured about 150 others.

He told newsmen that most of the dead were young men who were shot or stabbed.

Al-Sayed urged authorities in the capital of Khartoum to help airlift 15 seriously injured, as hospitals in the Blue Nile lack advanced equipment and life-saving medicine.