True to form, even as Sudan has tentatively agreed to allow 3000 UN troops to reinforce AU peacekeepers, the government has apparently bombed a village in north Darfur.
Ibrahim al-Helu, a commander in the Sudan Liberation Army rebel faction, said the air strike totally destroyed the village of Jemmeiza.
“There are casualties but darkness is making it difficult to reach them or know their number,” he told Reuters by telephone.
“A lot of civilians have fled the village. Some have gone missing,” he said.
The Sudanese government continues to deny any involvement in the ongoing violence.