Sudan's South Kordofan capital shelled
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Sudan's South Kordofan capital shelled

Khartoum : Sudan | Oct 23, 2012 at 5:32 AM PDT
Source: Al Jazeera English
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04 A barrage of shells has struck the capital of Sudan's South Kordofan state, after unprecedented rebel firing on the town early this month sparked UN condemnation. Sudanese rebels said they had shelled the main city in the oil-producing South Kordofan state near the border with South Sudan on Tuesday... FULL ARTICLE AT Al Jazeera English
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