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The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour, has revealed that coordination was underway between the Ministry and the Sudanese embassies in Ankara and Damascus for the return of the Sudanese students who joined the so-called Islamic State ISIS. The Minister has pointed out in statement following the session of the National Assembly evening Wednesday that the students who left the country and joined ISIS, notwithstanding the fact that they carry foreign passports, are still Sudanese nationals and hail from Sudanese families. On the report that the International Criminal Court is submitting reports to the Security Council against Sudanese leaders, the Minister said the court was not actually against Sudanese leaders but against African leaders, saying that this was regrettable attitude. He stressed the African continent is capable of correcting this situation in collaboration with the peace loving nations around the world. ...
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