1,000 bodies buried in 30 Sudan mass graves

Samuel Bolaji with Agency report

Civil leaders in West Darfur, Sudan, have reportedly uncovered 30 hidden mass graves containing about 1,000 bodies of victims of the ongoing attacks on the state capital, El Geneina, since last April.

In a press conference in Port Sudan, on Saturday, after his return from the Chadian capital N’Djamena, a representative of the Masalit tribe, Saleh Suleiman, accused the Rapid Support Forces of seeking to obscure evidence of crimes committed in El Geneina by burying bodies in hidden locations and forcing the Sudanese Red Crescent Society to hand over bodies, a report by Radio Dobanga said on Monday.

The Coordination of Resistance Committees confirmed such reports and said that several bodies were still on the roofs of houses or inside buildings.

Suleiman also made several other informed accusations against the RSF, including his reports that the RSF were demolishing all camps for the displaced, including Abu Zar camp and Ghabat El Neem camp.

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