October 31 2012
Satellite imagery suggests that Sudan's Al-Yarmook factory in Khartoum was hit by an airstrike last week, reports the Voice of America News.
The weapons factory blast was initially called an accident. Sudan's government later accused Israel of bombing the facility.
The U.S.-based Satellite Sentinel Project released images on Tuesday showing six large craters near the center of the explosion that are consistent with impact craters created by air-delivered munitions.
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