Radio Dabanga (Hilversum)

Sudanese Air Force Drop 10 Bombs in South Kordofan

Kadugil — The Sudanese Air Force bombed Korungo Abdullah in the state of South Kordofan Wednesday morning. A witness told Radio Dabanga that an Antonov aircraft dropped 10 bombs on the area, seriously injuring the two brothers Khalifa Jaburat and Kafe Jaburat, and Naima Bahr Addar.

The Sudanese Air Force bombed Korungo Abdullah in the state of South Kordofan Wednesday morning. A witness told Radio Dabanga that an Antonov aircraft dropped 10 bombs on the area, seriously injuring the two brothers Khalifa Jaburat and Kafe Jaburat, and Naima Bahr Addar. Four sheep and a donkey died during the attack. The witness appealed through Radio Dabanga to international and regional organizations to intervene immediately in order to save and protect civilians.

The Sudanese Air Force also bombed the towns of Umm Sirdiba and Abu Hisham in the Dorain locality of South Kordofan on Wednesday. A witness told Radio Dabanga that Antonov aircrafts dropped three bombs wounding Ikhlas Albalah and her daughter Samira Al-shawly, aged eight.

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