Death Toll from Sudan Militia Attack Rises to 83

The death toll from the armed militias’ attack in El Geneina, capital city of Sudan’s West Darfur State, jumped to 83, and the injured to 160, at a time when the Sudanese authorities decided to send security reinforcements to the area.

“The death toll from the bloody events in El Geneina, the capital city of West Darfur State, has climbed to 83 and the injured to 160 since Saturday,” the Doctors’ Committee of West Darfur State said in a statement Sunday.

In the meantime, Sudan’s Security and Defense Council on Sunday decided to send security reinforcements to West Darfur to protect the citizens and vital utilities there, according to a statement by Sudan’s Sovereign Council.

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The council, chaired by the Chairman of the Sovereign Council Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, held an emergency meeting on Sunday to discuss the violent events which took place in El Genuine on Saturday.

The council, which brings in its membership representatives from the sovereign council, the cabinet and the security bodies, also decided to form a higher committee to investigate into El Geneina events, determine the root-causes of the problem and submit recommendations about it, bring the outlaws to trial and hold the perpetrators accountable.

On Saturday, local authorities in West Darfur imposed a curfew in the wake of the incidents.

West Darfur State’s Governor Mohamed Abdalla Al Doma has designated the regular forces to end the violence started by a fight between two citizens in El Geneina, where one of them was killed.

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