Egyptian guards kill 2 Sudanese migrants trying to cross into Israel

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September 9, 2008 10:51

 
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Egyptian border guards shot dead two Sudanese migrants trying to cross illegally into Israel early Tuesday, an Egyptian hospital official said. Imad Kharboush, head of the Northern Sinai ambulance department, said the shots were fired as a group of Sudanese tried to get over barbed wire south of the border crossing of Rafah. The official said a third Sudanese, Yahia Abu Bakr, was slightly wounded in the shooting.

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