Political Risk

SA soldiers held ‘hostage’ in Sudan as guarantee for Al-Bashir’s safe return

“While the fiasco around President Omar Al-Bashir’s possible arrest in Johannesburg escalated, the Sudanese troops held about 1 400 South African soldiers in Darfur ‘hostage,’ according to a report. The South African National Defence Union’s Pikkie Greeff on Tuesday told EWN that this had been confirmed by several sources, some of them soldiers.”

Source: SA soldiers held ‘hostage’ in Sudan as guarantee for Al-Bashir’s safe return – Times LIVE

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