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May 19, 1988
Three men have confessed to the attacks on a Khartoum club and a hotel frequented by foreigners in which seven people died, Sudan's police chief said. Gen. Ibrahim Abdul-Karim said the three, carrying Lebanese passports, said they wanted to hit U.S. and British targets. The police chief also said the three had been trained in an Arab country, which he did not name.
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December 9, 2000 | From Associated Press
A gunman opened fire in a mosque during prayers Friday night, killing 20 people, before being shot to death by police, state television reported. The attacker, identified as a member of an Islamic militant group called Takfir wal Hijra, walked into the mosque in the village of Garaffa near Omdurman, the twin city of Khartoum, the Sudanese capital, and began firing an automatic rifle, the report said.
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December 9, 2000 | From Associated Press
A gunman opened fire in a mosque during prayers Friday night, killing 20 people, before being shot to death by police, state television reported. The attacker, identified as a member of an Islamic militant group called Takfir wal Hijra, walked into the mosque in the village of Garaffa near Omdurman, the twin city of Khartoum, the Sudanese capital, and began firing an automatic rifle, the report said.
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May 19, 1988
Three men have confessed to the attacks on a Khartoum club and a hotel frequented by foreigners in which seven people died, Sudan's police chief said. Gen. Ibrahim Abdul-Karim said the three, carrying Lebanese passports, said they wanted to hit U.S. and British targets. The police chief also said the three had been trained in an Arab country, which he did not name.
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