The people who lost their homes during tribal clashes in Mellit, North Darfur, on Thursday have yet to receive humanitarian assistance.
The Popular Committee of Dar El Naeem has handed the locality’s commissioner the names of the sixty families whose homes were torched in the Berti-Beni Omran fighting, pointing out that these people are in urgent need of food, water, tents, and plastic sheets.
According to the Committee, Mohamed Ahmed El Zein was killed during the clashes. El Hadi Abdallah Adam, Suleiman Hemeida Mohamed, Ahmed Osman Abdelkarim and Jamal Adam Abdallah were injured.
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