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16 Jul 2020


Sudanese protesters demand UAE apology, compensation for mercenary recruitment in Libya

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Hundreds of Sudanese people gathered outside of the UAE embassy in capital Khartoum on Tuesday to demand an apology and compensation for their recruitment to fight for rogue Libyan general Khalifa Haftar's forces, Anadolu Agency reported.

The protesters said they were deceived by the Emirati company Black Shield Security Services, which allegedly lured them into fighting for Haftar under pretenses of offering employment.

"We demand an apology from the UAE to the Sudanese people because we are not mercenaries," a protester told Anadolu Agency...

Black Shield has previously denied the claims...

Sudanese mercenaries and UAE influence are part of a wider network of foreign involvement in Libya's conflict.