'Declining security' around S. Darfur camp: displaced killed
KALMA CAMP (7 Mar .) - The population of Kalma camp in South Darfur is discontent about the decline in security conditions around the area, claiming militias killed a displaced on Thursday who was collecting firewood.
Saleh Suleiman Hammad, 47, and three other residents of Kalma were ambushed by gunmen wearing military uniforms, a spokesman for the displaced, Hussein Abu Sharati, told Radio Dabanga.
While Hammad was shot dead on the spot, the other three displaced survived the militia's attack. Their names are Amira Osman Ismail, Aisha Haroun and Ibrahim Suleiman, who sustained an injury and had his horse looted.
Sharati appealed to the UN to “fulfill its role and protect the displaced people”.