An MiG plane dropped shells near a bore-hole in the Torta region east of Fanga, East Jebel Marra locality, North Darfur, on Monday morning 24 September. No fatal victims were reported, except for the loss of (several) livestock.
Witnesses told Radio Dabanga that MiG planes bombarded the areas of Hillat Wad Ali and Tangarara, Wadi Marra and Torta areas. The shelling caused residents to flee and seek refuge in neighboring farms, demanding security and protection.
The bombardments caused widespread panic among the residents, a witness from East Jebel Marra told Radio Dabanga.
On the other hand, a resident from East Jebel Marra described the humanitarian conditions for the locals as 'very bad'. He told Radio Dabanga that the residents in this area live in constant fear of aerial attacks as well as fear of renewed clashes or militia attacks.
The resident appealed to the government of Sudan to stop the bombardments, which are targeted at civilians and livestock.