The Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North faction based in Nuba Mountains suspended peace talks in Juba with Khartoum officials after military forces allegedly bombed several areas in the region and killed a sheik. The group's leader said the sustained attack shows the government's failure to respect the cessation of hostilities agreement the parties signed last month.
Demonstrations take place in the Kauda market of Nuba Mountains on April 6, 2019 (file photo).
Radio Dabanga, 16 October 2019
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