Sudan 'elbow-lickers' are turning Omar al Bashir's jibe against him

Sudan 'elbow-lickers' are turning Omar al Bashir's jibe against him

Khartoum : Sudan | Jun 28, 2012 at 8:34 AM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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Anonymous/AP In the heart of the capital dozens of protesters clutching hastily-scrawled posters confront a menacing rank of policemen brandishing truncheons...This is a scene that has taken place all over the Arab world in the past 18 months. FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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