Dozens of Sudanese citizens, who returned from the UAE on Tuesday, claimed that they had been forced to go into the military training by a security company to send them to war-torn North African country of Libya.

Talking to Anadolu Agency, Akahsa Ahmed, who was part of the group said many young men hired by the UAE-based security agency were sent to Libya after military training.

He further claimed that they had been hired to work as guards by the Sudanese Agency called Amanda, which handed them over to the UAE agency Black Shields.

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