Sudan: South Darfur Tribes Sign Reconciliation Document

Nyala — The Fallata and Rizeigat tribes signed a reconciliation document yesterday at the end of a reconciliation conference in Nyala, capital of South Darfur.

The document stipulates payment of blood money and establishment of security in the region.

The Rizeigat will pay diya (blood money) to the Fallata for the death of 59 victims. The amount is SDG17,700,000. In return the Fallata will pay diya, amounting to SDG6,300,000, for 7 victims.

This follows the establishment of a truce, signed in…

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