28 March 2016

Sudan: Water Collector Raped in Tawila, North Darfur

Tawila — On Sunday, two militiamen raped a 23-year-old woman in southern Tawila locality.

"The assault took place in the vicinity of Katur village, about 10 kilometres north of Dubo El Omda in East Jebel Marra," a relative of the victim told Radio Dabanga.

The area is popularly known as East Jebel Marra.

"When the victim returned with water collected from a well near Katur, two men riding camels and wearing military uniforms intercepted her.

"They repeatedly raped her, after which they left, taking her donkey with them" he said.


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