I would agree that UN is double standard. There was something fishy in that UN Helicopter shot down, otherwise UN wouldn’t have denied of having no plane in the area. All crew members killed are Russian and it’s clear that Russia and Khartoum have strong relationship. Who knows whether these Russians were hired by Khartoum to deliver weapons to David Yau Yau. God knows!!!
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