Arab news outlets claim Israel bombed a weapons depot near Khartoum. Sudanese army officials deny this, but claim they fired at a “plane or missile” in the sky.
By: Aryeh Savir, World Israel News
Arab media outlets reported Wednesday morning that explosions occurred at facilities at Omdurman in Sudan, near the capital of Khartoum, claiming they were caused by airstrikes carried out by the Israeli Air Force (IAF).
The Al-Arabia news site referred to a “foreign entity” that conducted the attack. The exact nature of the facilities that were hit is unclear. Some reports describe them as storage terminals, while others say that factories went up in flames.
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