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During the month of July 2016, SUDO (UK)’s network of human rights monitors have reported and verified 66 incidents relating to the abuse of human rights across Sudan involving eight Sudanese states.
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On the 28th of April 2015 around 3.00am, a group of Maalia tribe militia men attacked a group of Rezaigat tribe at Donkey Al-daw(Al-Daw water yard) killing Ali Ibrahim, and abducting other two (2) people and looted 450 Cows.
Mohamed al-Bur Ali, from the Ingessana ethnic group, was arrested in the market of Demazin by military intelligence. He is being held in solitary confinement in the headquarters of the army facing accusations of communicating with the SPLM-N via the internet application WhatsApp.
Raped and killed by Janjaweed militia
On Wednesday 11th June 2014 Kaltouma Mohammed Ibrahim was caught by a group of Janjaweed on the outskirts of Kalma IDP camp and raped by one of the Janjaweed. When another one wanted to rape her she managed to escape, but she was shot dead by three bullets by another Janjaweed member while trying to run away.
On Friday 13th June 2014 Halima Nourain was shot dead in her house in Mershing, north of Nyala, when she resisted rape by a group of Janjaweed militia.
In the middle of December 2013 South Sudan descended into violent conflict triggered by disagreements within the ruling SPLM party. The conflict which started in Juba on the night of 15 December between Presidential guards loyal to President Kiir and factions loyal to former Vice President Riek Machar resulted in mass killing of both armed Nuer and unarmed Nuer civilians mistakenly thought to be Riek loyalists. Within a week the fighting escalated to other parts of South Sudan especially in Bor, Bentiu, Akobo where Nuer killed Dinka civilians in revenge for the killings in Juba.
Way back from Panrieng: account of destruction in Panrieng Count, Unity state
When the fighting broke out in Juba on the 15th December 2013, people of Panaruu in Unity state were not aware that this conflict is going to turn into a tribal war between the Dinka and the Nuer tribes. But, very unfortunately on the 18th of December 2013 defected SPLA forces started to shoot their colleagues in Bonki boma in Aliiny payam. The fighting between the SPLA forced escalated to include civilians in the area.
SUDO(UK) has received a number of reports of killings of civilians in different parts of South Sudan. A number of human rights defenders have been forced to try and find refuge with the UN or outside the country. There is an urgent need for the international community to exert pressure on the different actors to end the violence as well as to provide humanitarian assistance to the large numbers who have been displaced.
South Darfur/ Manawashi market (Near Nyala)
Once more unrestrained fighting with kalashnikovs between government military and paramilitary forces has caused death, injuries and destruction to civilians.
Apparently one soldier in the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) and a member of the Popular Defence Force (PDF) had a quarrel in Manawashi over a mobile phone battery. Each one returned to his unit and later two battalions, one from each side, clashed freely shooting with Kalashnikovs inside Manawashi market.
Nyiel village is among the proposed sites for relocation of refugees from Yida camp by Panrieng County and Unity State authorities.