Sudan Government Displaces 2,000+ Civilians in Blue Nile

Posted by OBS Team on May 20th, 2016
Sudan Update

More than 2,000 civilians were forcibly displaced from Bau locality in Buk town in Sudan’s Blue Nile State after the Sudan Armed Forces accused them of spying for SPLM-N rebels. Several residents have reported that Sudanese government soliders ordered them to leave their homes, while others fled because they feared for their personal safety. 

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