Fourteen Eritrean footballers disappear in Uganda

From nazret.com Mon Dec 3 2012, 19:11:09

Fourteen Eritrean footballers disappear in Uganda (Reuters) - At least 14 members of the Eritrea soccer squad have disappeared in Uganda while playing in a regional tournament and may eventually claim asylum, Ugandan officials said on Monday. Eritr...

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