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    sudan

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    in their histories, Sudan avoided falling to civil war until after its independence in 1956. However, when the Second Sudanese Civil War erupted in Sudan, it came with a plethora of negative effects on both the countries economy and the citizens of Sudan. The first impact that the Second Sudanese Civil War had was economical degradation. Prior to the Second Sudanese Civil War, Sudan did not have the best economy. However, during periods of the Second Sudanese Civil War, Sudan experienced one of

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    South Sudan

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    Force of South Sudan would be highly privileged to grant their recommendations in an attempt to try truly understand South Sudan struggles that they have been battling ever since 1899. With all due to the respect of the South Sudanese civilians, our task force will genuinely ponder on what we believe would best suit the nation's current status. As well as provide a proposal that allows for the country to not only continue to grow but thrive and prosper. With the previous issues, Sudan has faced we

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    The Sudan and Terrorism

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    The current government of Sudan led by the Arab leader Omar el-Bashir can be blamed for the terror and conflict that enveloped Sudan in the last decades. Omar el-Bashir has always been criticized for only defending and acting on the interests of the Arab Muslims located in the Northern Sudan while ignoring the Christians and Animist population in the south. The conflict that unfolded in these regions along with violence, hostility and dislocation of many people can be connected with the reign of

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    Education in Sudan

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    challenging to succeed in than America’s and is often cut short for most due to personal obstacles. Halima sincerely uses friendships to her advantage and tries to break the silence between the people of Sudan about how tainted the country’s educational system certainly is. One could imply, that Sudan is a corrupt country as a whole. In America, a vast majority of students can freely go to school and get an education without being looked down upon by reason of their social status. However, in Sudanese

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    A Brief History of Sudan and South Sudan

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    been quite detrimental than beneficial to the people of South Sudan. On July 9, 2011, the 54th African state was born. Independence was fought to fight challenges that, as part of Sudan it endured for 56 years; however its current state has brought about challenges from within . This essay will discuss a brief history of Sudan and South Sudan and then analyse President Salva kiir’s speech in contrast to Former Nelson Mandelas’. In 1956 Sudan gained independence from the ruling of Britain, since the two

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    Genocide in Sudan

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    Since gaining its independence in 1956 from the United Kingdom and Egypt, Sudan has been a country stricken with violence. This violence continues on even today in the form of genocide. The genocide committed in this country has horrified the international community for the last 15 years. According to the Washington Post, over 450,000 Sudanese have died as a result of fighting, famine, or disease since 2003 alone. There are several factors that contribute to the all out violence between the

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    Tragedy in Sudan

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    remove the black Africans from Darfur and replace them with Arab Africans allied with the Kartoum Government (Darfur and Sudan). In order to accurately understand the tragedy in Sudan one must understand the specifics of the people and the region. On September 9, 2004, the United States Secretary of State declared that what was occurring in Darfur was genocide (Darfur and Sudan). The Sudanese government unleashed Arab militias known as the Janjaweed who systematically destroy Darfurians by burning

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    independence since the late 1800’s, Sudan finally became fully independent in 1956, freeing itself from combined Egyptian-British rule. A poorly assembled constitution began the long history of violence that continues to define Sudan and South Sudan today. The constitution ignored several essential issues that divided the country. The first issue being the state religion; whether Sudan would be and Islamic state or if it would remain secular. With the northern part of Sudan being comprised mostly of Muslims

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    History Of South Sudan

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    ruled by the Muhammad Ali Dynasty, invaded the Sudan region 1820. Egypt united the independent kingdoms that made up Sudan leading to the spread of Islam and Arabic culture throughout the North. South Sudan was landlocked with mountains, tropical rainforests and marshes, which separated the now Islamic and Arab North and the diverse Traditional African South. However, the slave trade became active by the northerners to the inhabitants of South Sudan, which inspired an ill will and mistrust towards

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    Someone to Care: Sudan

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    Sudan is a country situated in the north western half of Africa and is located next to Chad and Egypt. The country of Sudan won its independence in 1956, but that was not the end of their suffering. Up until 2005 civil wars raged throughout the country and bloodshed was always present (Connolly). The Sudanese people lived in constant fear and helplessness for what was going on around them. The central conflict between Muslim government forces in the North and rebels in the South, started in 1955

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