Human Rights’ Watch (HRW) reported that Darfur has witnessed an increase in violation of human rights during the previous six months. A report from the organization said that since December 2010, the attacks of the government lead to the killing and wounding of tens of civilian, in addition to destroying properties and displacing close to seventy thousand people. The report added that the governmental forces continues to violate the rules of war in its military operations against the rebels and does so without fearing the consequences of being held accountable. HRW said that it believes that the air strikes which the government carried out in May alone on North and South Darfur led to the killing of more than twenty civilians. The report also documents the attacks which were made on camps of displaced people, in addition to physical violence and oppressing peaceful student demonstrations and restraining peace-keeping forces and humanitarian organizations from reaching areas in Darfur.