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Mortar attack on South Kordofan capital, one woman killed

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October 8, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – At least one woman was killed and another individual wounded when mortar shells hit Kadugli, the capital of South Kordofan state eye witnesses told Sudan Tribune.

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A Sudanese man points to damages at his house caused by fighting between government forces and SPLM-N rebels with strong ties to South Sudan, in Kadugli, South Kordofan on October 21, 2011 (AFP/file)

According to reports received from Kadugli, four shells fell in different parts of the city: one in Kadugli market, the second nearby the headquarters of Popular Defence Forces, the third fell between buildings of the state radio and a school and the fourth landed near the branch of Bank of Sudan.

A woman was killed by a shell that hit Kadugli market while an employee at the radio station was injured by another bomb.

The attack coincided with the launch of a conference on peace in South Kordofan today attended by leading political figures from the ruling National Congress Party and political parties participating in the national coalition.

Presidential assistant, and deputy chairman of the ruing party, Nafie Ali Nafie, was supposed to attend the conference but he dispatched NCP political secretary Hassabo Mohamed Abdel Rahman to represent him.

There is no claim of responsibility for Monday’s mortar attack on Kadguli, but the Sudanese army have been fighting the outlawed Sudan People’s Liberation Movement – North (SPLM-N) in the region since June 2011.

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  • 8 October 2012 17:55, by sudani ana

    Is this how these pathetic traitors of SPLM/N plan to liberate Sudan? By killing the innocent Sudanese people!

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    • 8 October 2012 20:51, by Peacocktail

      Stop Nonsense, how do you differentiate between Criminal like mohhmaemd Aroun and the rest groups of genocidal.Real war not yet started, you either evacuate Kadugli of face serious attack from SRF.they just some killometers away to take over Kadugli town, Aruon should escape to Libya now, Nafie is very wise, he could have been the hit by mortar for sure, Time is coming for him to go. SRF oyeeee,

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    • 8 October 2012 21:18, by zulu

      Well. you call them traitors and they call you robbers, thugs who deprive them of their rights and land. You will still the most of it in the coming months. Unless you make a big Uturn, you will face a barage of mottor.
      The last time i heard, a proposal to secede either join those 3 territories to south sudan, or form another state

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      • 8 October 2012 22:37, by sudani ana

        Zulu
        You think the three area will be annexed to South Sudan, ha ha ha, very funny. You try your best to hold on to Mile 14, but by the looks of it it’s comming back to daddy.

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        • 9 October 2012 06:02, by Aaban

          The funny things about this ja’lain gangs is that when you disagree with them, they resort into terming you with what setifying their propaganda, why is everyone who have claim his right an outlaws?
          As a citizen of the region that has been messcra by Khartoum, I never be hail for what I have want throught,
          So bad to be rule by those who sold their soul to evil at all,

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    • 9 October 2012 06:04, by Aaban

      Rest in peace mama,
      The funny things about this ja’lain gangs is that when you disagree with them, they resort into terming you with what setifying their propaganda, why is everyone who have claim his right an outlaws?
      As a citizen of the region that has been messcra by Khartoum, I never be hail for what I have want throught,
      So bad to be rule by those who sold their soul to evil at all

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  • 8 October 2012 20:58, by ViVa Sudan

    STOP ANY AGREEMENT WITH SOUTHNERS THIS WAT EXACTLY WAT WE MENT DON’T TRUST INSECTS ...

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    • 8 October 2012 21:42, by zulu

      You mosquitos are likewise insects, dont you get you dingheads? The feeling is mutual and we do not like anything with you either. Stop dumping your goods in our country you with low currency depreciating extremely. what is it when you get bombarded now by just a few rebels? You want a repeat of Panthou?

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  • 9 October 2012 01:14, by Akol Liai Mager

    The unannounced results of NIF’ investigations into the downing of its Antonov over Talodi is a living evident that NIF’ Malitiamen opposed to Peace and the Rights for Nuba people were the ones who carried out this Mortar Attack on Civilian targets. The objectives are clear, they want to blackmail SPLM-N. It is the last NIF malicious tactics, but people know all NIF criminal party evil motives.

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  • 9 October 2012 01:23, by Akol Liai Mager

    Sudanese people must take the black history of the NIF’Junta as a good educator. These are few hinds of NIF’ history; 1 execution methodolised on throwing civilians and opponents out in mid-air. 2 painting its Gunships and Antonov bombers with UN Coat of Arm and Logo for military missions. 3 downing its own planes and use it as a smear campaign against resistance armed movements. 4 using religion

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  • 9 October 2012 12:24, by Dhaiya

    Hell is coming because that was only the beginning of the matter,Kadguli with Ahamed Haroun as a governor will be like Syria or more worse then that in near future, so when you talk of peace remember to talk about the rejection of Ahamed Haroun as the governor

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