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US News Sudan. More than 60 people killed in a new killing in Darfur

03:05  27 july  2020
03:05  27 july  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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More than 60 people were reported killed and nearly 60 others wounded Saturday during an armed attack in a village in Sudan 's restive Darfur region, the On Sunday, Sudan said it would deploy joint forces from various state security services in Darfur after renewed violence there recently, SUNA, the

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According to the UN, about 500 armed men attacked on Saturday the town of Masteri, a village inhabited by farmers from African tribes located 48 km from the provincial capital of El Geneina, in West Darfur.

Some 500 armed men carried out a deadly raid on a village inhabited by farmers from African tribes killing 60 of them in Darfur, where the new government will send troops to stem this endemic violence.

This is the bloodiest incident in a series that took place last week in several parts of Darfur, in western Sudan , where for years violence has been opposing each other on the sensitive issue from land and water nomadic Arab tribes to farmers from African tribes.

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KHARTOUM (Reuters) - More than 60 people were reported killed and nearly 60 others wounded during an armed attack in a village in Sudan 's restive Sudan said on Sunday it would deploy joint forces from various state security services in Darfur after renewed violence there recently, SUNA, the

Perhaps 2m people died in these wars before South Sudan was recognised in 2011 as Africa’s Abdulrazig Abdallah, an elder in el-Fasher, says four people from his camp were killed in early The new government has declared a ceasefire with rebels, which even the most recalcitrant seem to be In recent months protesters in Darfur have begun demanding everything from free education to better

According to the UN, the 500 armed men attacked on Saturday the town of Masteri, 48 km from the provincial capital of El Geneina, in West Darfur, killing more than 60 people, mostly from the Masalit community, and in injuring 60 others.

Houses looted and burned

Several houses in the north, south and east of the village have been looted and burned as well as half of the local market, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said on Sunday. UN in Khartoum.

“This is the latest in a series of 7 violent incidents between July 19 and 26, leaving dozens dead and injured and resulting in burnt villages and houses as well as markets and shops. damaged ” in this state, the UN said.

According to the international organization, "this escalation of violence in different parts of Darfur is causing population displacement and endangering the agricultural season" , which coincides with the rainy season.

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A Sudanese paramilitary group attacked civilians in the war-scarred region of South Darfur , killing at least seven people and wounding 20 more , local activists and a rebel Seven people were killed , said Adam Regal, a spokesman for a local organization that helps run displacement camps in Darfur .

Sudan became one of the most active slave-raiding zones in Africa, with slaves transported from the Image caption Mass atrocities have been carried out in Darfur . The transitional government was But many black people are uneasy about the military's role in government, given it was part of Mr Bashir's

Peasants

In the five states of Darfur, 2.8 million people suffer from hunger, including 545,000 in the state of West Darfur alone.

In South Darfur, at least twenty peasants were killed by gunmen on Friday as they returned to their fields after more than 15 years of absence, according to a local tribal chief.

The peasants killed on Friday were allowed to return to their land after an agreement concluded two months ago under the aegis of the government with those who had settled there during the conflict in Darfur.

Marginalized minorities

Faced with this situation, the Defense and Security Council, the highest security body in the country, met.

“We must use force to protect citizens and their property. The security forces will be sent from Khartoum to the regions where disturbances are occurring to ensure the safety of the inhabitants ”, Sudanese Minister of the Interior Eltrafi Elsdik said in a statement.

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Despite at least 45 people being killed by security forces, tens of thousands of people across Sudan have been peacefully The divisive gambit failed because the protests are about desperate economic conditions and authoritarian rule across the country, not unresolved political problems in Darfur .

Seven UN peacekeepers have been killed and 17 injured in an attack in the troubled Darfur region of Sudan . A spokesman for Unamid, a joint African The UN estimates that more than 300,000 people have died in Darfur , mostly from disease, since rebels took up arms in 2003 against the Khartoum

This conflict, which erupted in 2003 between the predominantly Arab regime of Omar al-Bashir and insurgents from ethnic minorities who consider themselves marginalized, has caused hundreds of thousands of deaths and millions of displaced according to the UN. .

In recent years it has waned in intensity, and in 2019 autocrat Omar al-Bashir was overthrown by the army under pressure from the streets.

The new government, resulting from an agreement between the military and leaders of the protest, began talks in October 2019 for a peace agreement with rebel groups and thus put an end to the conflicts in the regions of Darfur and Kordofan. South and Blue Nile.

But endemic violence remains due to conflicts over land, according to Adam Mohammad, expert in the region.

"The question of land is one of the causes of the conflict and it remains because during the war, the peasants fled their lands and their villages to go to camps and nomads replaced them and settled there" , he told AFP.

Sudan will act to get Washington to remove it from the "black list" .
© Ebrahim HAMID Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok in August 2019 in Khartoum Sudan has displayed its satisfaction at seeing the United States ready to withdraw from the blacklist of states supporting terrorism and expressed its readiness to act to achieve this withdrawal. The head of American diplomacy, Mike Pompeo, had estimated Thursday that the withdrawal of Sudan from the blacklist of states supporting terrorism would be "a good thing".

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