UAE accused of forcing Sudanese to fight in war

Security company in United Arab Emirates accused of deception after giving jobs to young Sudanese men who say they were then sent to fight in wars.

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    A security company in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is being accused of deception, after giving jobs to young Sudanese men who say they were then sent to fight in wars.

    Dozens have managed to return home, but many others are believed to still be in Yemen or Libya.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Khartoum.


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