8 November 2012

Sudan: LJM Condemns Sigili Attack

Khartoum — The Liberation and Justice Movement (LJM) condemned the attack in Sigili, Shawa area, North Darfur that killed 13 people last Friday, 2 November.

On Wednesday, 7 November, Ahmed Fadul, the movement's spokesman, told Radio Dabanga the LJM demands that the government of Sudan arrests the perpetrators and bring them to justice, adding that their identity is known.

The movement also demanded that the government takes measures to prevent the recurrence of this type of crime.

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