Sudan: 'Buffer Forces' to Separate Ethnic Groups
The country plans to deploy buffer forces to separate two ethnic groups after clashes in the border areas between East Darfur State and South Kordofan killed at least 50 people and injured more than 20.
Sudan Tribune, 22 July 2012
The governments of East Darfur State and South Kordofan State in western Sudan have embarked on arrangements to deploy "buffer forces" to insulate two Arab tribes whose clashes… Read more »
Displaced by ethnic clashes (file photo): Conflict between the Rezeigat and Messeriya tribes erupted in the border town of Abu Bashar between South Kordofan and East Darfur.
Radio Dabanga, 20 July 2012
A conference held in El Daein on Wednesday was aimed at reconciling differences between The Rezeigat and Messeriya tribe. Read more »
Sudan Tribune, 19 July 2012
Fighting between two Arab tribes in Sudan's western region of Darfur has resulted in the death of 58 people and injury of 24, the country's official news agency SUNA reported on… Read more »
Radio Dabanga, 18 July 2012
Fighting between the Rezeigat and Messeriya tribes increase tensions ahead of the El Daein conference in East Darfur. Read more »
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have collected evidence indicating that the Sudanese Armed Forces may have committed war crimes in Southern Kordofan, the organizations ... Read more »