Armed Men Seize Sudanese Aid Worker in Darfur Camp, IDP says

A Sudanese employee of a U.S. relief organization was forcibly taken on Monday (April 11) by unidentified armed men in South Darfur, according to a spokesperson of internally displaced people in Darfur camps.

Jibril Ahmed Nourein of the International Medical Corps was seized by seven armed men who raided the organization’s office inside the Kalama IDP camp in South Darfur, the Sudan Tribune reports, citing Hussein Abu Sharati, a spokesperson for IDPs living in Darfur camps.

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