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Soba - Khartoum

What is affected
Type of violation Forced eviction
Demolition/destruction
Dispossession/confiscation
Date 18 May 2005
Region MENA
Country Sudan
City Soba - South Khartoum

Affected persons (number & composition)

Total 30000
Men 13000
Women 15000
Children 2000
Indigenous
IDPs
Your solution

This issue should should be raised to the UN and human rights organizations to reclaim these people`s rights.

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Forced eviction
Costs
Demolition/destruction
Land losses

- Land area (square meters)

1000000
- Total value 21000000
Housing losses
- Number of homes 3000
- Total value 15000000
Infrastructure 5000000
Water 3000

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State
Brief narrative

As in many other cases throughout Sudan, the Goverment of Sudan destroyed the houses of Sudanese IDPs in the area of (Soba al-Aradhi), in the capital of Sudan, Khartoum. The residents are people who immigrated from thier original homelands in the Nuba Mountains, elsewhere in southern Sudan and Darfur (conflict areas). More than 3,000 houses were destroyed and over 700 families are forced evicted, while over 30 persons killed by the police in resistance against the distruction of houses. Around 20,000 of from the indigenous people of (Nuba Mountains) were forced to leave thier houses, lost their properties, while some have migrated out the country due to the difficult situation they are facing. No solutions have been provided.

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