Israel Called on to Compensate Sudan Over Factory 'Blast'
The Arab League council of foreign ministers says Israel should take responsibility and compensate all damages incurred for the attack on a Sudanese weapons factory.
Sudan Tribune, 12 November 2012
The Arab League council of foreign ministers on Monday issued a condemnation of Israel for carrying out an attack on a weapons factory in the Sudanese capital last month. Read more »
Sudanese soldiers (file photo): Israel has neither denied or confirmed it's involvement.
Sudan Tribune, 8 November 2012
Sudan's president Omer Al-Bashir has revealed that his country will seek to acquire "advanced" attack weaponry to answer repeated Israeli attacks "tit for tat." Read more »
SSNA, 6 November 2012
In the last week of the last month of October 2012 the world's audiovisual media was taken up by the news of the bombing of what came to be known later as the Sudan's secretive… Read more »
Sudan Tribune, 30 October 2012
The Sudanese minister of foreign affairs Ali Karti has refused to link the arrival of Iranian warships in the country to the airstrike that destroyed an arms factory in Khartoum… Read more »
Sudan Tribune, 29 October 2012
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… Read more »
Sudan Tribune, 28 October 2012
Presidential assistant and deputy chairman of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP), Nafie Ali Nafie said on Sunday that Sudan will not stop its support to its "brothers in… Read more »
ENOUGH, 29 October 2012
The Satellite Sentinel Project, or SSP, has released a comparative analysis of before-and-after DigitalGlobe imagery of the arms factory in the Khartoum, Sudan, which exploded and… Read more »