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|October 2, 2010|
Reached by phone in Paris, SLA spokesman Ibrahim al-Helwu told Reuters. "This week there has been very big fighting. All this time the government air forces are bombarding the areas all the day and today this morning ... four villages were burned ... They killed 27 civilians. It is their campaign of ethnic cleansing."
These days reporters are not permitted in Darfur.. The aid agencies that have not been expelled are unable to speak out. There has been no comment from the United Nations about the on going attacks - probably because the UN reps in Khartoum now release information only AFTER it has been vetted by the perpetrators, the Sudanese regime, an outrageous situation that makes the UN complicit in the ongoing atrocities