Hundreds of Sudanese evacuated from Lebanon

July 30, 2006 00:28


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Hundreds of Sudanese nationals evacuated from Lebanon arrived in Khartoum on Saturday. The 272 left war-hit Lebanon through the Syrian capital of Damascus. Almost 3,000 Sudanese have now left Lebanon. At least another 25 are at the Lebanon-Syria border, the Sudanese ambassador to Damascus, Abdul-Rahman Dirar, was quoted as saying by Sudan's official news agency.

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