Khartoum, September 5(Darfur4) Save the Children expressed its deep sadness for the killing of two children and the injury of ten others in the bloody incidents that renewed in the Blue Nile region  at the beginning of this September.


In a statement issued on Sunday, the organization expressed its deep concern about the renewed conflict in the Blue Nile region in Sudan and the conditions that children face in the ongoing conflict, in addition to causing the death and injury of dozens, which led to the displacement of thousands of citizens, some of whom sought refuge in schools supported by the organization.


Meanwhile, Save the Children Country Director Arshad Malik urged all concerned parties to make all efforts to protect civilians from violence, especially families and children, and work to ensure that displaced communities are not forced to return to areas that are still unsafe, as well as work to address the root causes of the conflict.


In the last two weeks of July, the city of Damazin, the capital of the Blue Nile region, and its surroundings witnessed ethnic violence, which resulted in the killing of 182 people and the displacement of about 37,000 from their homes, according to reports by humanitarian organizations.