Civilians are bearing the brunt of abuses in Sudan's simmering border conflict in Blue Nile state, new video footage from Human Rights Watch shows. Human Rights Watch gathered footage in early April 2012 in Blue Nile, which the Sudanese government has largely shut off from the outside world. Witnesses interviewed by Human Rights Watch described indiscriminate bombings in civilian areas, killings and other serious abuses by Sudanese armed forces since conflict broke out there in September 2011. The testimony indicates potential war crimes may have occurred, Human Rights Watch said. Watch it here..
How complaints work
If you feel a comment on the site does not meet our general comments guidelines (see below), you can report the comment.
Comments should be relevant to the article or the thread of conversation
Comments should not make personal attacks
Comments should not use vulgar, discriminatory, obscene or abusive language
Once reported, we will review the complaint you have made and the reason for it.
We will then take any action we believe appropriate and is within our rights. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions which are agreed to when registering on Sowetan LIVE.