SUDAN WATCH: Sudanese intelligence chief was in London for treatment

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Sudanese intelligence chief was in London for treatment

Gillian Lusk, a former deputy editor of Africa Confidential, has followed Salah Abdallah's career from his days as a violent Islamist student in Khartoum University. She said: "It seems unlikely that Britain and the US's 'intelligence co-operation' with Sudan's Islamist regime will bring much of great use in counter-terrorism: Khartoum is expert at running rings around the international community, and the 300,000 to 500,000 people who have died in Darfur have paid the price of this co-operation." - The Independent (Francis Elliott) via ST 26 Nov 2006.

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