Sudan: Refugees from Blue Nile State Speak Out
August 2, 2012
The Enough Project published a report in July 2012 that summarizes interviews with more than a dozen refugees at the Batil refugee camp in South Sudan who had recently fled from Blue Nile State in Sudan.
Their accounts are not pretty and underscore the indiscriminate nature of the military action that Sudan is conducting in Blue Nile State. Although not covered in this Enough Project report, it is well known that South Sudan is providing assistance to the SPLM-North organization, which is committed to overthrowing the Bashir government.
Click here to read the report.