Three “Sudanese Air Force” aircraft repeatedly overflew a camp near Nyala, capital of South Darfur, “inciting horror and panic” among the residents on Tuesday.
Sheikh Abdel Karim Abakar of camp Attash told Radio Dabanga the three “military aircraft” repeatedly overflew the camp for 90 minutes. “Especially women and children were frightened”, he said.
The camp’s residents have not been able discover the reason for the overflight.
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Three people were injured on Saturday night when gunmen stormed the home of the displaced family of Ahmed Yahiya Suleiman in Abuzer camp in El Geneina, the capital of West Darfur.
Witnesses from the camp told Radio Dabanga that two gunmen broke into Suleiman’s house at night while he was not at home. They opened fire on his wife, his son and daughter. The three injured were transferred for treatment to a hospital in El Geneina.
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The population of Yassin locality in East Darfur state is suffering from a water shortage following the disruption of the area’s water stations.
Resident Edam Abdullah Saleh told Radio Dabanga on Sunday that the water crisis deepened following the frequent breakdown of water stations. He said that currently, five stations are not working, and appealed to the locality’s officials to intervene.
“They can resolve the water crisis by repairing the stations and drilling new wells,” Saleh said. “This will contribute to alleviating the suffering of people as well as livestock.”
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