Photo: REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
Today local residents, military officials and a Reuters journalist observed planes dropping bombs in South Sudan.
"I can see market stalls burning in Rubkona in the background and the body of a small child burning," he said.But it wasn't Khartoum
"we absolutely did not bomb anywhere in South Sudan," said Sudan's military spokesman, Al-Sawarmi Khalid.and it wasn't Juba, who don't have any planes.
It must be aliens invading. Someone call NASA.
(Really though, given how successful the air strike campaign against Gaddafi seems to have been, does nobody else think that Khartoum and Bashir have lost their airforce privileges yet? How many more civilians do they need to murder?)