Officers say army forces have been deployed to resolve the battle between Fallata and Taisha tribes.
A minimum of 36 individuals have been killed and dozens wounded after clashes between Arab and non-Arab tribes in South Darfur over the weekend.
The preventing broke out on Saturday between the Arab Taisha and ethnic African Fallata tribes within the distant Um Dafuq space of South Darfur, witnesses mentioned.
Official information company SUNA mentioned calm was restored by Monday.
“Navy forces have been deployed to the areas of clashes to resolve the battle between Fallata and Taisha tribes which left 36 killed and 32 wounded,” SUNA reported late on Sunday quoting South Darfur officers.
It was not instantly clear what triggered the clashes however related preventing typically erupts within the Darfur area over land and entry to water.
Um Dafuq resident Eissa Omar instructed AFP information company “we heard the sound of heavy weapons all through the preventing” which broke out Saturday and continued on Sunday.
The huge Darfur area, situated in western Sudan, has been the scene of comparable bouts of violence in latest months.
In April, a minimum of 132 individuals have been killed in West Darfur preventing between members of the Massalit tribe and Arab communities, forcing authorities to impose a state of emergency.
In January, renewed clashes between Arab and non-Arab tribes within the West and South Darfur areas killed greater than 250 individuals.
The violence got here as Sudan navigates a rocky transition following the toppling of longtime president Omar al-Bashir in April 2019, after mass protests towards his rule.
The transitional authorities put in after Bashir’s removing has been pushing to finish long-running conflicts together with in Darfur.
It signed a landmark peace settlement with a number of key insurgent teams in October, and it’s presently in talks to forge peace with the remaining two holdout teams.
The latest violence in Darfur appeared to not contain any signatories to the October peace deal.
On December 31, a hybrid United Nations and African Union peacekeeping mission ended its operations in Darfur.
Darfur was the positioning of a bitter 2003 battle pitting African ethnic minority rebels towards Arab nomads backed by the Khartoum authorities underneath Bashir.
The lethal battle – which killed some 300,000 individuals and displaced 2.5 million – subsided over time however inter-ethnic clashes nonetheless sometimes erupt.