8 November 2012

Sudan: Sigili Sit-in Protest Enters Fourth Day

Photo: Derk Segaar/IRIN
Displaced civilians in North Darfur (file photo): Sigili village is located outside the North Darfur capital.

El-Fasher — Mourners in Sigili, Shawa area southeast of El-Fasher continue their sit-in protest for the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday November 7, local sources told Radio Dabanga.

The village of Sigili witnessed a pro-government militia attack on Friday November 2, which reportedly claimed 13 lives and injured six others.

Dozens of citizens are continuing the sit-in protest at Tahrir square in El-Thawra neighborhood south of El-Fasher, for the fourth day, sources informed Radio Dabanga. The protesters stated the sit-in will continue until all perpetrators are arrested, their names are revealed and until they are brought to justice.

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