December 4, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The head of Sudan’s security apparatus said on Tuesday that the cell of Islamist extremists captured by the authorities in a central province this week was planning to assassinate local officials and target Western diplomatic missions in the country. Sudanese authorities say they raided a training camp of Islamist extremists in Al-Dinndir Wild Life Park in Sennar State on Friday, where they arrested 25 of the group’s members following heavy clashes that led to (...)
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