Tabet — Two young sisters were raped in turns by men of a pro-government militia group in the region of Tabet, North Darfur on Sunday, a witness reports.
Also on Sunday, the same group looted a number of citizens traveling on the road connecting El-Fasher and Tabet.
The sisters were assaulted when working on their farm by a pro-government militia group stationed in Umm Hashab, where they are carrying a "large-scale sweep", a source suggested.
One of the assaulted sisters is 20 years old and the other, a handicapped girl, is 15 years old, according to witnesses.
In addition, the gunmen raided a group of people traveling on the Tabet- Tawila and Tabet - El-Fasher, seizing large amounts of money, personal belongings and cattle from the victims.