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    Sudan: Deadly ethnic clashes leave 16 dead and residents living in fear

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    Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – Tragedy has struck in Sudan as 16 people have been confirmed dead in ethnic clashes between the Hausa and Nuba groups. The clashes were reported by Sudan’s Suna news agency on Tuesday and have prompted the governor to impose a curfew in White Nile state to prevent further violence.

    According to reports, the clashes erupted over a land dispute between the two groups. The dispute had reportedly been ongoing for several months, but it escalated into violence on Monday when members of the two ethnic groups clashed, leading to the loss of lives and properties.

    The clashes have left residents living in fear, with many describing the situation as tense and volatile. Speaking to African Boulevard News, a local resident, who preferred anonymity, said: “The situation is very worrying, and we are living in fear. We urge the government to act fast to restore peace.”

    Following the deadly clashes, the governor of White Nile state, Major General Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Ali, declared a curfew to prevent further violence. The curfew, which comes into effect from 6 pm to 6 am, is expected to last for several days.

    Meanwhile, humanitarian organizations have expressed concern over the situation, calling on the government to ensure the safety of the people. A statement released by the African Union read: “We are deeply concerned about the violence in Sudan, which has led to the loss of innocent lives. We call on the government to ensure the safety of the people and bring those responsible to justice.”

    The clashes have sparked debates on the importance of peaceful coexistence among ethnic groups in Sudan. Speaking on the issue, a political analyst, Dr. Ahmed Mohammed, said: “The government must take immediate steps to address the root cause of the conflict, which is the land dispute. It is important to note that peaceful coexistence among ethnic groups is key to the development of the country.”

    In conclusion, the ethnic clashes in Sudan have led to the loss of innocent lives and properties. With the imposition of a curfew, it remains to be seen if the situation will be brought under control. The government must act fast to address the root cause of the conflict and ensure the safety of the people.

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