The clashes erupted in the southern Darfur province between the Deisha Arabs and the Falata tribe, and 32 people were injured, the media said in its report, although troops were deployed to control it in the Um Tafuk area. West of the provincial capital, Nayla
A humanitarian worker who spoke anonymously for security reasons says the area borders the Central African Republic and was the scene of these clashes over a land dispute between the tribes.
Fighting between communities is challenging Sudanese interim government efforts to end decades of insurgency in some areas, such as war-torn Darfur.
After nearly three decades of rule, the country is advancing on a weak path in state construction after a popular uprising that provoked the military to overthrow President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in 2019.
Sudan is led by a civilian-military junta that seeks to put an end to protracted wars and to overcome the prevailing difficult economic conditions.
The conflict began in the Darfur region in 2003, when black Africans took up arms and accused the Arab-dominated Khartoum government of discrimination.
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