Sudanese opposition groups condemn ?Israeli aggression?, criticize government

Sudanese opposition groups condemn ?Israeli aggression?, criticize government

Gaza : Palestine | Oct 30, 2012 at 1:27 AM PDT
Source: Sudan Tribune
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Sudanese opposition groups spoke on Monday in a unified voice of condemnation against the alleged Israeli attack on an arms factory in the capital Khartoum last week but criticized the government handling of the crisis and called for relocating military complexes outside of populated areas. FULL ARTICLE AT Sudan Tribune
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