Uniformed gunmen killed four (4) people and injured 24 in Tawila in central Darfur. The victims were displaced people who had made the town their temporary home. Among the dead is a child. The gunmen were dressed in military uniforms and rode on camels. They opened fire indiscriminately at people on the way to Konji Market of Ronda Camp, in Tawila of North Darfur State. Witnesses told Radio Dabanga that some of the displaced were using a car when the gunmen opened fire on them. The witnesses said that among the wounded there are ten serious injuries. The wounded were first taken to the hospital in Tawila and later transferred to El Fasher.
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