Anne Bartlett, your article demonstrate a profound and meaningful understanding of the conflict in Sudan:
"The Government of Sudan is maliciously stirring up trouble in the border areas between groups in Abyei and in the 14 mile area, and where the likes of Tigani Seisi and the war criminal Ahmed Haroun are forever changing the contours of life in Darfur and the Nuba Mountains with demographic re-engineering, redistricting and land contouring."
1) How can peace be brokered with indited criminals? since when have criminals recognise peace and justice?
2) Who are the international (...)
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