Sudan Accuse Egypt of supporting rebels

Khartoum-- Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has accused Egypt of supporting rebels against his country Sudan, he said in a press briefing that his military seized Egyptian armored vehicles from rebels in the war-torn southern Darfur region.

Although the Egyptian foreign ministry has promptly denied the claim.

"Egypt respects the sovereignty of Sudan over its territory and has not and will not interfere for a single day to destabilize Sudan or harm its people," Egyptian spoke-person said in a news briefing.

Omar Al-Bashir is currently wanted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and has evaded arrest multiple times.

Sudan and Egypt still enjoy full diplomatic relations.

Ekene Lionel

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