Sudan Seeks Un Intervention NPR's Mike Shuster reports that despite Sudanese protests about the US missile destruction of a pharmaceutical plant in Khartoum, the United Nations Security Council has taken a wait-and-see attitude on the issue. But US officials say they will oppose Sudan's call for a UN fact-finding trip to the Sudan to establish if the destroyed pharmaceutical plant really was manufacturing chemicals for weapons, as US officials have insisted.
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Sudan Seeks Un Intervention

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Sudan Seeks Un Intervention

Sudan Seeks Un Intervention

Sudan Seeks Un Intervention

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NPR's Mike Shuster reports that despite Sudanese protests about the US missile destruction of a pharmaceutical plant in Khartoum, the United Nations Security Council has taken a wait-and-see attitude on the issue. But US officials say they will oppose Sudan's call for a UN fact-finding trip to the Sudan to establish if the destroyed pharmaceutical plant really was manufacturing chemicals for weapons, as US officials have insisted.