December 3, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – A Sudanese official has revealed that the group of 25 Islamist extremists captured by the authorities following a gun battle earlier this week has been identified as a “Salafist Jihadist” organization, saying that the federal government has dispatched a special team to investigate with the detainees.
Sudanese police authorities said on Friday that they captured 25 Islamist extremists after attacking their training camp in Al-Dinndir Wildlife Park in the central (...)
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