Sudan to move Yarmouk military plant outside Khartoum

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November 25, 2012 19:40

 
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Officials in Sudan have said they intend to move sections of a military plant outside of the city's residential district, according to Sudanese media reports on Sunday.

Khartoum's governor, Abdul Rahman Al Khidr said that the Sudanese government had begun plans to establish a new headquarters for the Yarmouk plant, which opened in 1994 and began manufacturing in 1996.

Khartoum accused Israel of conducting an airstrike against the Yarmouk facility in late October.

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