Monday, May 12, 2008
security forces were still searching for rebels
Sudan has reimposed an indefinite curfew on the western suburb of Omdurman two days after Darfur rebels attacked the capital.
"We have now reimposed the curfew in Omdurman -- it's not known until when," a ministry official said, security forces were still searching for rebels in the area.Police spokesperson told the Sudanese radio that the curfew is re-imposed because some rebels infiltrated some Omdurman neighborhoods.
The leader of Darfur rebels JEM ,Khalid Ibrahim, told the BBC radio and Reuters he was speaking from Omdurman.