6 December 2012

Sudan: SPLM-N - 'Bombings Kill One and Injure Three'

South Kordofan — An Antonov aircraft of the Sudan Air Forces (SAF) allegedly dropped six bombs on the villages of Koka and Kabila in the localities of Salara and Habila in South Kordofan on Monday, 3 December.

Sultan Khamees Soba told Radio Dabanga that the bombing left 9-year-old Amani Deldum and 16-year-old Hajra Ali injured. He added that the bombing also led to the destruction of large stretches of agricultural lands in the area.

At the same time, Arno Ngutulu Lodi, spokesman of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement - North (SPLM-N) told Radio Dabanga that an Antonov warplane of the SAF bombarded the village of Daloka, south of Kadugli in South Kordofan on Monday.

The spokesman claimed that around four bombs were dropped on the village of El Ganaia in the Nuba Mountains on the same day, leading to the death of a 10-year-old girl and the injuring of a 10-year-old boy. Additionally, a number of six homes were reportedly destroyed and a number of livestock killed.

According to SPLM-N, several shells were dropped in the town of Boram and the El Azrag village on Tuesday evening. Lodi added to Radio Dabanga that the shells landed in farmlands in the area and that no casualties have been reported.

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