Tribal clashes between Arabs and non-Arabs have killed at least 24 people in the western Darfur region of Sudan, aid groups say.
Shaking the conflict-stricken areas is the latest bout of violence between communities.
Adam Legal, a general coordinating spokesman for refugees and refugees in Darfur, said the fighting resulted from a financial dispute between two individuals at a cleansing camp for refugees in West Darfur late Saturday. Said that.
Legal said an Arab militia known as Janjaweed attacked the camp early Sunday, plundering and plundering property. He said at least 35 people were injured.
A hashtag with the Arabic word “Krinding isbleeding” was popular on Twitter on Sunday, and users posted footage showing that burnt houses and bodies were wrapped in burial covers. ..
The camp is located about 4 km east of the state capital, Genena, and is home to refugees from the Massarito tribe of Africa, who were forced to leave their homes during the Darfur conflict.
The violence in Klinding was the latest to shake West Darfur in recent weeks. Last month, a land conflict between Arabs and non-Arabs in the Jebel Moon region caused a bloody clash that killed at least 17 people and injured 12 others.
In nearby South Darfur, tribal clashes over the past two months have claimed the lives of at least 45 people in the town of Tawilla, according to the Sudanese Medical Commission.
Such clashes pose a significant challenge to Sudan’s interim authorities’ efforts to end decades of rebellion in some areas, such as Darfur, which was destroyed in the war.
Sudan is in the midst of a fragile democratic transition since the popular uprising forced the dismissal of long-time dictator Omar al-Bashir in April 2019.
The Darfur conflict broke out when rebels from the central and sub-Saharan African ethnic communities rebelled in 2003 and appealed for crackdowns by the Arab-dominated government of Khartoum.
The Albasir administration responded with a campaign of air strikes and raids by Janjaweed charged with mass slaughter and rape.
Up to 300,000 people were killed and 2.7 million were expelled from their homes.
Albasir, in prison in Khartoum, faces international accusations of genocide and crimes against humanity related to the Darfur conflict.
Tribal violence kills 24 people in Darfur, Sudan
Source link Tribal violence kills 24 people in Darfur, Sudan