I took these photos of two raptors that appeared to be displaying in the hills bordering the Red Sea in Sudan. They were distinctly broad winged and soared on flattish wings. One also hung its legs very low and they swooped at each other a couple times as if passing food or attempting to grapple talons. The photos show a pale body with darker wings; the flight feathers and primary coverts seem paler than the rest of the coverts which form a dark central band along the wing; there is also a dark tail band. The distant shot of the bird with its legs dangling also seems to show the white patch on the mantle. They look to me like Bonelli's Eagles, but I need confirmation as I believe this would be a first record for the country. Any comments appreciated.