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More than 50 soldiers have crossed Eritrea-Sudan border


Google translation from  Arabic website

02/28/2016 Tles Khartoum Hamdaat
More than 50 soldiers have crossed the Eritrea-Sudan border and concern about the fate of dissidents!
According to reports it received for (Tles) from the Eritrean-Ethiopian Sudanese border, said more than 50 armed soldiers and Eritrean civilians have exceeded the Eritrean border towards the Sudanese soil about four days ago and are present with a Sudanese military intelligence.
Good sources of the Eritrean opposition in the Sudanese “Hamdaat” area has confirmed the presence of those in the camp of Sudanese military intelligence after they were stripped of their weapons, and they are still at the stage of (the inquiry) By military expression. Eritrean views of those closely following for fear of the intentions of the Sudanese authorities and the next steps to be taken to the fate of these have shown. Will we bring you details and the fate of these available as soon as we have.

Sourc: adoulis.net

2016-02-28 عدوليس ـ الخرطوم ــ حمدايت

أكثر من ( 50) جنديا إريتريا تجاوزا الحدود السودانية وقلق معارضين حول مصيرهم!

تفيد أنباء وردت لـ ( عدوليس ) من الحدود الإريترية الإثيوبية السودانية ان أكثر من ( 50) جندي مسلح ومدني إريتري قد تجاوزا الحدود الإريترية نحو التراب السوداني قبل نحو أربعة أيام ويتواجدون مع جهاز للإستخبارات العسكرية السودانية.


فقد أكدت مصادر حسنة في المعارضة الإريترية في منطقة “حمدايت” السودانية وجود هؤلاء في معسكر للمخابرات العسكرية السودانية بعد ان تم تجريدهم من أسلحتهم ، ولا زالوا في مرحلة ( التحري ) حسب التعبير العسكري. وقد أبدت جهات إريترية تتابع هؤلاء عن كثب عن خشيتها من نوايا السلطات السودانية والخطوات القادمة التي ستتخذها حول مصير هؤلاء . وسوف نوافيكم تفاصيل الخبر ومصير هؤلاء حالما تتوافر لدينا


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