Tarada, the deputy commanding general of the movement of Abdel Wahid, told Radio Dabanga that the rebels captured 27 soldiers including two officers, one with the rank of captain. The prisoners were taken at the Battle of Wadi Mora the day before yesterday.
Commander Tarada said that the government army used aircraft including helicopters, MiGs and Antonovs to attack a combined force of SLA-Abdel Wahid, SLA-Minawi and LJM-Karbino. The planes also allegedly attacked densely populated villages. He claimed that the aerial bombardment led to the burning of two villages in the region.
Radio Dabanga could not reach the official spokesman of the Armed Forces for comment on the news.
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The attackers shot the soldier dead on Saturday evening, took his gun and fled. Sources in the area told Radio Dabanga that the Armed Forces tried to pursue the criminals, but the darkness prevented them. The killers have not been identified.
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Maj. Gen. Al Tayib Al Masbah Osman, commander of the Sixth Infantry Division, said that the Armed Forces are ready to absorb the forces of the Sudan Liberation Army, which will be attached to the Armed Forces so as to contribute to achieving peace and stability in Darfur.
According to another security official, more ex-rebel troops are expected to integrate. The Deputy Commissioner of Security Arrangements in the Transitional Darfur Regional Authority said he expects in the coming days the arrival of a number of SLA soldeirs from Um Baro and Kornoi localities, besides others from the states of South and West Darfur.
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