Khartoum accuses Darfour rebellions of violating the cease fire
Sudan, Politics, 5/25/2004
One Sudanese official yesterday accused the rebels in West Darfour of violating the cease fire and attacking one of the villages in this area last Saturday.
The governor of Darfour South, lt. gen. Adam Hamid Mousa, said that a group of rebels used vehicles in attacking Abqa Rajel village, to the south of the capital Neyala, and killed several citizens, and then left the village after acts of stealing and burning of houses. He said in a telephone call in Neyala that the rebels regularly violate the cease fire they had signed with the government in April in Njamina. He added that most attacks of the rebels and their violations of the cease fire take place on the road linking the capital of the province to its main towns, especially al-Daein and Buraam to the south of Neyala.
The governor of Darfour West, Youssef Kabar, addressed similar accusations to the rebels. He was quoted by the Sudanese press as saying yesterday that the rebels violated the cease fire for 26 times since its signature in April.
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