Missile Attack in Eastern Sudan Leaves Two People Dead, SUNA Agency Says

A missile from an unknown source killed two people in the northeastern Sudanese town of Port Sudan, the state-run SUNA news agency said, citing a police report.

Two charred bodies were found in a Hyundai Sonata car 15 kilometers (9 miles) south of the main road in the north-eastern coastal city, SUNA reported.

Authorities are investigating the missile attack, which was likely launched from the Red Sea, the Khartoum-based agency reported.

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