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Regimet i Khartoum sendte igår en hilsen til giverlandskonferansen i Oslo da det bombet en skole og et marked i Darfur, slik at 13 mennesker ble drept, hvorav syv barn. Det er flere år siden et tilsvarende flyangrep. Sannsynligheten for at det var en trassig beskjed til FN og det internasjonale samfunn, er stor.

«The Shegeg Karo school was hit and one classroom was destroyed. It was in session,» it added. The youngest child to die was 5-year-old Yusuf Adam Hamid. It said two other children were seriously wounded and 30 more lightly wounded.

Both organizations fund the primary school of 238 students.

The groups said the market was also hit with six people reported killed and 20 shops destroyed. They said it was unclear how many people were wounded at the market place. Hundreds of women usually gather there on market day.

The U.S. special envoy to Sudan, Richard Williamson, said in Norway where he was attending a Sudan donors conference that the reports were «extremely troubling and unacceptable.»

Sudan bombs Darfur school and market

Kvinnen på bildet er pasient på et hospital drevet av Leger uten grenser i Sør-Darfur.