21 December 2012

Sudan: SPLM-N - 29 Bombs Dropped By Saf in Kauda

Kauda — A press statement issued by the Sudan People's Liberation Movement - North on Friday, 21 December, said that the Sudanese Air Forces allegedly carried out an air strike on the town of Kauda in South Kordofan.

Arnu Ngutulu Lodi, the movement's spokesman, told Radio Dabanga that SAF dropped around 29 bombs in the area, leaving one home and a shop destroyed and the Kauda Teachers' Training Institute severely damaged.

Lodi added that another air strike was carried out early Friday evening in the area of Boram, leaving the bridge between Boram and Tiess destroyed.

The spokesman added that no casualties were reported.

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