NORTH DARFUR (11 Mar.) - The Sudanese Air Forces 'heavily bombarded' a number of areas and villages in the locality of Al Malaha, North Darfur on Friday and Saturday. According to reports, the bombardments have caused citizens to flee from their villages and destroyed a number of homes as well as killing dozens of livestock.
Speaking to Radio Dabanga, Adam Saleh, military spokesman of the Sudan's Liberation Movement leadership Minni Minawi (SLM-MM) stated that the bombings targeted the areas of Al Hara, Souq Al Ithnein and Jebel Issa. Saleh revealed that the bombardments destroyed more than six homes completely and that more than 100 cattle heads were killed in addition to large numbers of citizens fleeing from their villages. Radio Dabanga was not able to reach the Sudanese army for comments.
Sources from the region, locality of Al Malaha, confirmed the bombardment to Radio Dabanga and explained that the bombings targeted the areas of Tarjam Bout, Ain Bassara, Al Hara and Jebel Issa.