to stop toppling the regime in Khartoum. That is the tacit scheme behind the international community indifferent to SK & SBN conflicts. Everybody is now focusing on Syrian civillians plights. It is as if there are special people to protect when all are facing the same brutal regimes. May be George Orwel was right after all " all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others"
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