(FILES) - A picture dated June 29, 2011 shows soldiers of Sudan People's Liberation Movement's northern arm (SPLM) driving through the Nuba mountains of South Kordofan. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE
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Sudanese warplanes have launched air strikes against a key rebel-held town in war-torn South Kordofan state, the insurgents said on Sunday, but there were no reports of casualties.Defence Minister Abdelrahim Mohammed Hussein said in November that the army had launched an operation to crush rebels in Kordofan and elsewhere.More than one million people have been severely affected or displaced by the fighting in South Kordofan and in Blue Nile state, where SPLM-N is also in revolt, the United Nations says.
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