The security authorities in North Darfur state announced that they have closed all borders with South Darfur state to prevent the escape of those involved in the recent violence.

On Wednesday, 30 people were killed and dozens injured, as a result of a renewed tribal conflict between the "Fallata" and "Rizeigat" tribes in areas of the state of South Darfur, after which military reinforcements were deployed to prevent the expansion of the armed conflict after the emergence of large concentrations of the two parties.

The North Darfur State Security Committee said in a statement: "We announce the tightening of the procedures to close the state's borders with the state of South Darfur to prevent infiltration of the spoilers who caused these events and prevent the spoil of lootings."

The security committee, chaired by the governor of the state, Major General Malik Al-Tayeb Khojali, announced its readiness to fully cooperate with the authorities of the state of South Darfur, to implement all measures that would restore security, stability and conditions to normal.

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