Herders abduct two boys in Tawila, North Darfur
Unidentified armed herdsmen abducted two boys from Dubo El Omda in North Darfur’s Tawila locality on Thursday.
“Yousef Ali Ibrahim (13) and Adam Hamid Ibrahim (12) were playing with five other children near the water pond at Dubo El Omda on Thursday noon, when they were accosted,” a relative of the victims told Radio Dabanga.
“Nine herders riding on camels and two on motorcycles seized the children and beat them before they took Yousef and Adam with them to an unknown destination,” he said.
On March 7, two boys aged 8 and 9 were abducted in the area of Falluja in Tawila locality.
Since the start of this year, this station received reports of 33 people abducted in Darfur, many of them occurred in Tawila locality.
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