Sudan: Clashes in South Kordofan, 15 Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) rebels killed by army
Report says clashes have erupted between Sudan’s army and rebels in the oil-producing state of South Kordofan, on Monday, a week after the rebels had shelled the state capital near the border with South Sudan.
15 rebels have been killed and several rebels have been wounded foolowing the attack near South Kordofan’s main city Kadugli on Sunday says Sudanese army spokesperson Al-Sawarmi.
He added that the army has also resisted an SLPM-North attack near the villages of Annagarko and Hgerjawad villages on Friday. The SPLM-North confirmed the fighting took place near Annagarko and Hgerjawad and 20 soldiers were said to be wounded.