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    Southern Sudan

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    national politics since Sudan gained freedom from Anglo-Egyptian co-rule in 1956. Sudan was entangled in two post-independence civil war amid the greater part of the rest of the twentieth century. These wars were based on the northern Muslims, Arabs economic, political, and social control of the more largely populated non-Muslim, non-Arab southern Sudanese. The first war ended with the 1972 Addis Ababa Agreement, which granted significant regional autonomy to southern Sudan on internal issues. (CIA

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    Genocide In Sudan

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    A detailed and objective description of the human rights issues presented in this week’s readings is genocide of Sudan. Genocide is the intentions to harm a society’s of their existence. The word genocide goes back to biblical days. The Old Testament of the King James Bible, in general the first five books, depict God as “a despotic and capricious sadist, and his followers as eager genocidaires (genocidal killers) (Jones, 2006). There is many instances of the use of the word Genocide in the history

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    Slavery In Sudan

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    Sudan had had a horrific civil war since 1956, between two different regions that practice two different religions, Muslim North and Christian South (“Slave Redemption Increases Slavery in Sudan”). The Muslim North governs their country in Khartoum, and they praise or even support the idea of attacking the Christian South villages and capturing people, who were later sold into slavery (“Slave Redemption Increases Slavery in Sudan”). The civil war continued on for decades until October 2002, the United

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    Slavery in Sudan

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    where the human tread persist in this days, Sudan has been facing the slavery problem since twenty century. Most slaves were initially captured in wars or kidnapped in isolated raids, but some were sold into slavery trade by their parents as a means of surviving extreme conditions. However, Sudan slavery is unique though it was not based on any of the traditional reasons for enslavement. Instead, Slavery was based on a new concept because modern day. Sudan government was involved

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    Genocide In Sudan

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    destruction in whole or in part; (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group”(Stanton). In the past few years there have been mass killings in the Darfur region of South Sudan along with many rapes and rehoming of African people. The have been militia

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    Sudan Essay

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    For the past five decades North and South Sudan fought two bloody civil war. After 2 million people lost their lives as a result of the civil war, South Sudan declared its independence on July 9, 2011 following a peace agreement signed that include the right of South Sudan to vote on a referendum and voted to secede from the rest of the nation (Belloni, 2011). Although the natural resource rich South Sudan finally get its independence, there are many challenges lie ahead of the world’s newest nation

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    The Sudan Genocide

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    Sudan Genocide The Sudan genocide started on the 26 February 2003, When the Sudan liberation movement rebel groups took up arms against the government of Sudan, the Sudan government responded to the attacks by arming the Janjaweed militia’s and started an ethnic cleansing against non-Arabism Darfur leaving hundreds of thousands dead. At the beginning of 1991 non-Arabs of the zaghawa complained that they were victims of the intensifying Arab apartheid campaign. Sudanese Arabs who control the government

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    Sudan Famine

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    Sudan, also known as North Sudan and officially the Republic of the Sudan, is a country in northeastern Africa. It is bordered by Egypt to the north, the Red Sea, Eritrea, and Ethiopia to the east, and South Sudan to the south. Sudan was founded in Jan 01, 1956 with a population of 40.23 million since 2015, Sudan also, declared independence on July 9th, 2011. Since 1998, Sudan has been in a severe famine partially caused by the two year drought that occurred before the famine, however this horrific

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    This report will seek to analyse food production sustainability in South Sudan by considering the impact of population, weather, and trade and to investigate recommendations to improve South Sudan’s food production. South Sudan is a land locked country located in northeastern Africa. South Sudan is bordered on the north by Sudan; on the east by Ethiopia; on the south by Kenya, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo; and on the west by the Central African Republic (see Figure 1 below)

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    These tribal clashes are not new in Sudan for example, the Ma'alya and Rizergat ethnic groups had multiple clashes throughout 2014 that turned into an all-out war in the oil-rich region of Darfur. This left a lot of people dead and many more injured from both ethnic groups.  The conflicts were about land rights and shared resources have lasted for more than ten years. The conflict in South Sudan has seen people flee Sudan into neighboring countries and Sudan itself. There have been nine big refugee camps

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