Clashes erupt in Sudan’s South Darfur, 20 people killed: Tribal leader

Tribal clashes broke out on Monday in Sudan’s South Darfur state, killing at least 20 people, a tribal leader said.

“A force from the Arab Rizeigat tribe killed 20 people in an attack on the village of Sadoun inhabited by the Fallata tribe using vehicles, motorcycles and camels,” said tribal leader Mohamed Saleh. “The attack left several houses burned,” said Saleh, from the ethnically non-Arab Fallata tribe, adding that bodies were still being counted.

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