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    conflict southern Sudan and future scenarios Witness the state of South Sudan dramatic developments began , according to the novel government , trying a range of Republican Guard forces , known as " Tiger " , to control the ammunition depot continued to lead the army in the capital, Juba , to explode clashes , perimeter defense headquarters , between the Republican Guard and the army's power costly secure warehouse on the one hand , and between the attacking group on the one hand , to announce

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    The purpose of this paper is to discuss the relationship southern Sudan has with northern Sudan and the United States. Northern and southern Sudan fought wars in pursuit of religious freedom and control over natural resources, mainly oil. The United States of America has been a chief contributor of humanitarian aid, advocate for independence and unity in Sudan. Sudan's farthest boundaries straddle Africa's two cultural regions: the Islamic north and the Christian south. Within each of the two

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    Terrorism in Northern Uganda and Southern Sudan One boy tried to escape, but he was caught. They made him eat a mouthful of red pepper, and five people were beating him. His hands were tied, and then they made us, the other new captives, kill him with a stick. I felt sick. I knew this boy from before. We were from the same village. I refused to kill him and they told me they would shoot me. They pointed a gun at me, so I had to do it. The boy was asking me, "Why are you doing this?" I said I had

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    The story of the trouble in the Sudan began with the story of the trouble in Africa itself, which started over 600 years ago from about 1400 A.D. when Africa began paying the price for the misfortunes of the New World, the Old World, and especially Western Europe. In the last fifty years, the continent has had its "independence" from their colonizers. However, we know that domestic colonialism exists, imposed upon the continent by Africans themselves. The Sudan, located in eastern Africa, has a

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    Sudan's Struggle for Unification and Peace

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    2005 states, “The conflict in the Sudan is the longest running conflict in Africa… it has caused tragic loss of life, destroyed the infrastructure of the country, eroded its economic resources and caused suffering to the people of the Sudan” (“Sudan” Insight). Sudan faced the challenge of overcoming the ethnic division between Northern Sudan’s Arab heritage and Southern Sudan’s African heritage. Southern Sudan was isolated from the Northern region, which prevented Sudan from fully participating in the

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    Sudanese Conflict

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    future of Sudan is uncertain because of the violence happened these recent years. Colonialism left its great mark on the country primarily because according to Tomar (2004), since Sudan gained its independence from Great Britain in 1956, their politics have been dominated by military regimes favoring Islamic-oriented governments. At that time, the new government tried to transform the political system that worked for the British into one that would serve the ethnically diverse country. Sudan is the

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    relatives in southern Sudan (UNICEF). From 1898, until 1956, Britain and Egypt jointly had control over Sudan in what was called the Condominium, which caused conflict in Sudan (“The Sudanese Civil…”). Because of the civil war in Sudan, The Lost Boys became a group of refugees who had to evacuate their homeland (Bollag). The boys in southern Sudan were an underprivileged group even before the Sudanese Civil War broke out; therefore, the children became known as The Lost Boys of Sudan, because the

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    Mark Bixler's The Lost Boys of Sudan

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    Since 1983, the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) and the Sudanese government have been at war within the southern region of Sudan. This brutal conflict has ravaged the country claiming hundreds of lives and exiling a vast number of the southern Sudanese people. Most of these outcasts were young men aging between five and twelve years of age who returned home from tending cattle to see their village being attacked and their fellow villagers being killed by government militias . These boys

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    Eritrea and Ethiopia

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    intensified, first as resistance, then rebellion, and finally an armed struggle for Eritrean national liberation that persisted until 1991. In October 1954, Sudan also voted for independence from its Egyptian and British colonizers. However, the people of South Sudan did not want to be subject to their historically cruel neighbors in Northern Sudan. They wanted to be given autonomy in a federal system, or they insisted on self-determination, including the possibility of independence from the North

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    Reportage The Right for Self Determination for South Sudan 2011 The problem of south Sudan started to be accumulated since the twenties of the last century and developed through the time; it is affected by the entrance of the colonist to Sudan in 1898. The colonial tried to isolate the south from the north since the beginning through, adopting a set of laws which include; passport and license law1922, close district law 1929 and trips' leaders court law 1931.In addition to enforce the English

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