If these death-deserving saps had just scrounged together $800 million during the seven  year Interim period, Sudan’s air force wouldn’t be able to fly over South Darfur, South Kordofan, White Nile, Sennar and Blue Nile. They wouldn’t be able to fly over um hegelega — just south of Khartoum.
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