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“Another rebel group spokesman, Mahgoub Hussain, from the SLA-unity branch, said a force of nearly 100 vehicles attacked the areas of Tarni and Khazan Tunjur, in the vicinity of Tabit, which is mostly under the control of his fighters.”
“Over the past 10 days, Falconi says fighting has centered near Tabit.”
“The medical aid group Doctors Without Borders MSF says fighting began two months ago, forcing people to flee to camps in Shangil Tobaya, Tabit and Dar Alsalam.”
“The Sudanese Media Centre, a news website close to the security services, quoted army spokesman Osman al-Aghbash as saying troops had moved to control Khazan Tungur, as well as Tabit.”
“It seems peaceful now," Minnawi told AFP by satellite telephone from near Tabit, south of El-Fasher.”
“There has been fighting since yesterday Monday in Tabit, which continued this morning.”
“The UN-African Union peacekeeping force in Darfur (UNAMID) confirmed there had been clashes in Tabit, which lies around 50 kilometres (30 miles) southeast of El-Fasher, but was unable to confirm a helicopter had been downed.”
“We attacked a combat helicopter in clashes at Tabit" in North Darfur, said Minni Minnawi, the only Darfur rebel leader to sign a peace deal with the Khartoum government in 2006 but who resumed hostilities last month after relations between the two sides soured.”
“We can't stay there at night because we don't know the streets," said Wajdi Tabit, a fighter from Misrata, at a base 20 miles outside the city.”
“A verification force failed to complete its mission from Shangil Tobaya to Tabit in North Darfur on 27 January after aerial bombardment started.”
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