Sudan—Dozens Killed In Ethnic Clashes In W. Darfur

U.N. News Center | 04/07/2021

Dozens of people have been killed in interethnic fighting in the West Darfur region of Sudan, reports the U.N. News. Fighting between Arab tribes and the non-Arab Massalit community began in El Geneina in mid-January, resulting in hundreds of casualties to date. An estimated 100,000 people have fled the region. The latest violence began on Saturday in the Hay Al Jabal and Al Jamarik neighborhoods of El Geneina when unknown gunmen fired on Massalit tribesmen, killing two and injuring...

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