America recalled their staff from the Sudan and Tunisia’s embassies.

America recalled their staff from the Sudan and Tunisia’s embassies.

Samaysa Dheer : Somalia | Sep 23, 2012 at 3:29 PM PDT
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America recalled the staff from the embassies of Sudan and Tunisia. Only the most important stall will be posted in the embassies. According to the American official after the violet protests against the sacrilegious movie it was decided that the unneeded staff posted in the embassies of Sudan and Tunisia should return back to America. America has also warned their citizens about the visit of the Sudan and Tunisia’s areas. It is cleared that the protests are continued from the Muslims in the whole world against the sacrilegious American movie.

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America recalled their staff from the Sudan and Tunisia’s embassies.
America recalled their staff from the Sudan and Tunisia's embassies
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