Mukjar, Um Dukhun, and Bindisi localities in Central Darfur are witnessing a cautious calm, after army troops entered on Monday to prevent the occurrence of renewed clashes between Salamat and Misseriya tribesmen.

Radio Dabanga received information that the Central Darfur State authorities have launched a campaign of arrests among the leaders of the warring tribes, in the wake of the eruption of clashes that started between the Misseriya and Salamat on Thursday, and caused the killing and wounding of more than 130 people.

The spokesman for the Salamat, Abdallah Mohamed Hamed Ajib, and the young Misseriya leaders Abdallah Mohamed Hussein and Hamad El Daway, were arrested, in addition to other leaders whose names have not been revealed yet. […]