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Thursday, 19 April 2018

Tens of Personnel of Sudanese Rebel Movements Killed in Clashes in S. Sudan

Khartoum - (SMC) Leaderships who defected from SPLM-N movement have disclosed that tens of personnel of the Sudanese rebel movements were killed during their participation in the clashes that had occurred recently between the forces of the government of South Sudan and the opposition there.
Brig. Mohamed Younis, who defected from SPLM-N movement, has said in a statement to SMC that the Juba government is continuing in violating the agreements that call for cessation of support to the rebel movements, affirming that participation of the rebels in the recent clashes affirms Juba’s harboring to the armed movements, referring to establishment by the government of South Sudan of training camps for the movements at Aweil and Bahr Al Ghazal areas.
Younis accused the movements of participating in a proxy war in South Sudan, saying that Juba wants to compensate for the forces it had lost in the last battles in Upper Nile and Equatoria.