Sudan: Police Station Attacked By Armed Herders, Central Darfur
28 December 2012
Bendessey — A number of armed herders have allegedly attacked the police headquarters at Bendessey camp in Central Darfur.
A witness told Radio Dabanga that a group of armed herders has attacked the police headquarters at Bendessey camp on Monday evening, 24 December. The men fired heavily in the air and released camels from a guarded cage for protecting the crops.
He added that a police force travelling in two cars clashed with a group of armed herders on the same day after the incident and pointed out that the police had arrested a number of the alleged perpetrators.
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