Radio Dabanga (Hilversum)

27 December 2012

Sudan: Police Station North Darfur Attacked By Militia Sudan

Kabkebya — Four policemen were injured when a government-armed militia attacked a police station in the village Numu some kilometers east of Wadi Bare South of Kabkebia in North Darfur. The attack happened just before sunset on Tuesday when the militia came to the station driving three land cruisers.

Four policemen were injured when a government-armed militia attacked a police station in the village Numu some kilometers east of Wadi Bare South of Kabkebia in North Darfur. The attack happened just before sunset on Tuesday when the militia came to the station driving three land cruisers.

The started immediately shooting the station and injured the police sergeant Ahmed Khamiis Adam and his colleague sergeant Abdallah Khatir and two soldiers Majehin Mohamed Adam and Abdelmalik Adam Ibrahim.

The injured policemen were taken to Kabkebya for treatment. After shooting the policemen the militiamen looted the station and took the weapons. When leaving the place they were shooting in the air to scare the local population, Radio Dabanga reports. Scared citizens asked the governor to take action to protect the civilians in the locality.

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