February 12, 2013 (LONDON) - The Sudanese government may have evacuated Malian jihadists to North Darfur from a foreign country, according to a leading rebel official from the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM).
Tahir El-Faki, speaker of JEM’s Legislative Assembly reiterated that the Malian jihadist groups are in Darfur region after a large-scale military operation carried out by the French and Malian armies against their positions in northern Mali earlier this month.
"On Monday our (...)
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