23 September 2017

Sudan: Clashes Renewed Between Displaced People in Kalama Camp

Nyala — Internal clashes broke out between the conflicting parties of the displaced people at the Kalama camp last night, causing killing two people and injuring others.

The clashes took place inside the barracks of the camp commander, Sheikh Ali, who confirms the continued split among the displaced inside the camp.

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