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Sudan sacks its Bahrain envoy

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Bahrain Tribune
28 July 2003

The Sudanese Ambassador to Bahrain, Salah Karar, said yesterday that he had been sacked by his government and told to return home for criticising the government in an article published in a newspaper in his country.

But he said he had refused to follow the orders of the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. "I had published the article under my name as a member of the Command Council of the National Salvation Revolution and not as an ambassador," he said, adding that he would not return to Sudan because he had received threats from unidentified people.

"I was criticising a regime that I belonged to but there were some parties who might have caused the situation to escalate for such measures to be taken against me," he said. "I have not yet decided where I’d go," he said.

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