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South Sudan: Abandoning Abyei

Will Sudanese leaders abandon Abyei again?: “I am reminded of a 2008 Human Rights Watch report which detailed the violations by the Sudanese Armed Forces and their allied militias when they razed the town of Abyei in May ’08. The report is titled “Abandoning Abyei.” A fitting title, and an ominous warning of what could happen if Abyei is once again abandoned by the leaders of north and south…”

2 comments

  • Eddie Sondota-Ruge

    Sudanese leaders at the helm of NCP must be held accountable for torching 300 Abyeian homes as captured by satelite. Killing innocent Ngok Dinka residents is not exercising citizen rights. How many lives will it take for Suudanese Presidents to recognize that the scars so inflicted by Aboud, Nimrry, Mahdi will always live with us. Al Bashir must stop the muderous messeriya Now if he wants to go down in history as one Sudanese leader who was different.

  • Kay

    Hello, I’m wondering what the Sudanese population thinks of Chinese investment, and how are the resources allocated, if at all, to the population?

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