Blue Nile Violence Sudan: In Sudan, 170 people died and 65 thousand people left their homes in violence between 2 tribes over land
World News, Blue Nile Violence Sudan– A bloody war over land is being witnessed in the southern province of the Blue Nile of Sudan. There was a big conflict between two groups of tribals here. Around 170 people have died in the incident in the last two days. Sudanese officials confirmed the incident on Thursday. The southern province is considered neglected across the country.
According to the information, there was a lot of bloodshed in the last two days in the confrontation between the two sides over land in the southern Blue Nile state. The fight is that despite the curfew being imposed in the state, the sounds of continuous firing are echoing. There is a strong guard of police and army everywhere. (Blue Nile Violence Sudan)
According to media reports, a large number of people were injured in the firing. He has been taken to the hospital. Fighting broke out on Wednesday after an argument over land between Hausa people and members of rival groups last week in Wad al-Mahi near Roziers in Sudan’s troubled southern region, some 500 km (310 miles) south of the capital Khartoum. In this fight, both the factions opened fire on each other and set houses on fire. (Blue Nile Violence Sudan)
According to the report, a Hausa leader said that the clashes took place despite heavy deployment of security forces and an overnight curfew in the area. In this regard, the United Nations said that about 65 thousand people have left their homes. (Blue Nile Violence Sudan)
Sudan has been grappling with deep political unrest and a growing economic crisis since last year’s military coup led by army chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan. (Blue Nile Violence Sudan)
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