28 December 2012

Sudan: SPLM-N - 'Air Strike Kills Four in Nuba Mountains'

Kauda — The Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North in the Nuba Moutains reports the killing of four people in Adar village in Boram County, the Nuba Mountains, as a result of air strikes by the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF).

The SPLM-N spokesperson told Radio Dabanga that the SAF are bombing areas under control of the movement in South Kordofan on a daily base.

SPLM-North spokesman Arnu Ngutulu Lodi says that on Wednesday 26 December around 18:30 the Sudan army dropped 9 bombs killing Kuku Tia Rahal (70 years old), Aisha Tutu Talodi (45 years), Rehab Adam Alful (8 years), Najah Adam Alful (4 years).

Last Sunday an air attack killed Shawli Jalbora (45 years) when a bomb hit his house.

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