Sudanese army kills three in air strikes
The Sudanese air force launched air strikes on Kanjar village in Um Dorain, South Kordofan on Friday killing three people.
Witnesses said the strikes killed Farun Anthony, aged 18 months, Khaki Anthony aged four years old and Malatim Mustafa 37 years.
Esam Paulice aged seven and Susan Mali Cole, 28 were also injured in the strikes.
Sudan People’s Liberation Movement North spokesman Arnu Ngutulu Lodi told Radio Dabanga the air strikes targeting mainly women and children in the Nuba Mountains continue on a daily basis, along with the regime’s blockade of humanitarian aid purposely planned to carry out a campaign of ethnic cleansing.
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