Middle East

At least 28 dead in Sudan ethnic clash: tribes

Sudanese soldiers rally in the capital Khartoum following a speech by Field Commander Brig. Mohammed Hamdan Hemaidti, on May 21, 2014, after troops from the controversial Rapid Support Forces said they seized a strategic area about 20 kilometers northeast of South Kordofan's state capital Kadugli. AFP PHOTO/ASHRAF SHAZLY





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