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The displacement of 50,000 people in Sudan’s Darfur region since February has left the international community concerned about a resurgence in violence between the government and rebel forces. Since the rebels have taken up arms in 2003, an estimated 2 … Continue reading
On January 23rd, the rebels of South Sudan and the government signed a ceasefire that ended what many were calling a civil war. Recent fighting in Malakal has undermined the efforts of the international community to bring this conflict to … Continue reading
After winning independence in July of 2011, Africa’s newest country, South Sudan faces new and threatening challenges that are a direct result of mismanagement and ethnic differences. Additionally, the challenges of building a new country from nothing are proving to … Continue reading