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Canada Six Sudanese soldiers killed in an Ethiopian attack, according to Sudanese military sources

13:55  28 november  2021
13:55  28 november  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

Ethiopia ensures that its airspace is safe, after an American warning

 Ethiopia ensures that its airspace is safe, after an American warning © Amanuel Sileshi An airline of the National Company Ethiopian Airlines lands at Addis Ababa International Airport, March 7, 2021 Ethiopia. Insured on Friday that his airspace was safe after a warning of the United States on the risks of civil aircraft escalating the conflict in the country.

Sudan-political-Ethiopia: Six Sudanese soldiers killed in an Ethiopian attack, according to Sudanese military sources

SIX SOLDATS SOUDANAIS TUÉS DANS UNE ATTAQUE ÉTHIOPIENNE, SELON DES SOURCES MILITAIRES SOUDANAISES © Reuters / Baz Ratner Six Sudanese soldiers killed in a Ethiopian attack, according to Sudanese military sources

Khartoum (Reuters) - Six Sudanese soldiers were killed Saturday in an attack of Ethiopian forces against the Sudanese army near the border between the two countries, reported Sudanese military sources in Reuters.

In a statement broadcast on Facebook, the Sudanese army stated that "groups of the Ethiopian army and militias" had attacked its forces in Al Fashaga Al Sughra, and that the confrontation had made victims.

"Our forces have shifted the attack and imposed heavy losses in human lives and equipment to the attackers," said the Sudanese army.

(Report Khalid Abdelaziz, written by Moataz Abdelrahiem; French version Jean-Stéphane Brush)

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© AFP - Tony Karumba Moussa Faka Mahamat and Antonio Guterres, at a press conference in 2019. The UN and the African Union speak with one voice on the situation in Sudan. At a press point in New York, the two men called on the Sudanese parties to find a compromise, including political parties to support Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok.

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