September 9, 1999

Peter Gatdet captured the Mankien base and took several thousand officers and troops (Bul and Leek Nuer) with him

Perpetrator: Peter Gatdet´s troops
Reference: HRW 2003: 229, 235, 237-9, 554; (Simon) Magwek Gai Majak, UDSF/SSDF governor of Western Upper Nile, Human Rights Watch interview, Ganyliel, Western Upper Nile, April 6, 2001; Relief official, Human Rights Watch interview, Ganyliel, Western Upper Nile, April 5, 2001; Human Rights Watch, Famine in Sudan, pp. 46-48, 130-34; “Sudanese Rebel Leader Bol Said Killed in Ambush 10 Sep,” Al-Sharq al-Awsat (London), Khartoum, September 13, 1999, as translated in World News Connection, September 13, 1999; “Leading Sudanese Rebel Leader Bol Reported Killed,”DPA, Khartoum, September 13, 1999; “Sudan Militia Leader Said Still Alive But Tortured,” Reuters, Khartoum, September 13, 1999; “Sudanese MP Says Militia Leader Behind Ex-rebel’s Assassination,” AFP, Khartoum, September 14, 1999; Rosalind Russell, “Sudanese Warlord Dies in Mutiny,” Reuters, Nairobi, September 15, 1999; “Slain Sudanese Warlord Mourned by His 10 Wives,” East African (Kampala), Khartoum, September 28, 1999; Salva Kiir, interview, August 11, 2000; Alfred Taban, “Sudan Town Shelled by Renegade Militia,” Reuters, Khartoum, October 21, 1999; Mark Turner, “Oil Fuels the Conflict in Southern Sudan,” Financial Times (London), Wicok, Western Upper Nile, October 15, 1999


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