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Darfur Crisis is Social Crisis - Martina Nicolls wrote from Canberra, Australia about her experience in Darfur in September 2009 to conduct a health and food security assessment in West Darfur. She says, Darfur crisis is a social crisis.
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Darfur Crisis is Social Crisis - Comments - There is a reply on this page. I am looking forward for her to write more details in this concern. You can comment on her post or thank her for her contribution and ask her regarding her report, what has happened since then.
WFP Warns of Massive Food Deficit in Southern Sudan - Hassan Ahmed wrote, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) warned this month, as Sudan marks the fifth anniversary of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, that the South Sudan faces massive food deficit fueled by drought and widespread insecurity.
WFP Warns of Massive Food Deficit in Southern Sudan, Comments - On response to the comment entry, which is fact a humanitarian report, you can read comments on CPA through several pages. Best of all, contribute to this topic by highlighting the recent food security in the Southern Sudan and South Kordofan, Sudan.
Background on Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement - Mohammed Omer wrote some backgrounds on the Sudan's comprehensive peace agreement and citied the UNMIS, "The root causes, which propelled the war, included disputes over resources, power, the role of religion in the state and self-determination".
Background on Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement - Comments - Here are two replies to this entry. The first is about misconception regarding some political concepts and the second is about that peace in Sudan may not exist for long. I do not think the root causes of the conflict are 100% correct.
Comprehensive Peace Agreement Perplexed Sudanese - Babiker Osman commented on the press release made by the president of the UNSC to encourage the fulfillment of the CPA in Sudan and criticized him.
He wrote, of course the leader of the Security Council knows what happens in Sudan and understands it as an African person from Benin. However, even most of well-educated people in Sudan do not know how it comes to offer leaders of a religious military coup an opportunity to escape justice.
Comprehensive Peace Agreement Perplexed Sudanese - Comments - Admin said, ending the wars but not the revolution is great. There is uncovered line between the revolution that intends to throw the Sudanese dictator to the garbage and the failed process to bring him to for accountability in front of the international justice. What has happened in this regard is the wretch of the earth.
⚖ Arrest the Sudanese Dictator - The wretch of the earth appears to be directed by great political powers. Even justice is a play on the hand of superior powers that rules our planet today.
The blood of the poor people means nothing more than a fig paper to use to cover their policies against other erupted parts in this planet. Did the ICC work the arrest warrant for the Sudanese dictator with one eye? Why and how he escaped the indictment? Was Luis Moreno Ocampo weak?
⚖ Arrest Sudanese Dictator - Comments - We may need more highlights and analyses to the story to add to this reply here. Some voices think that the arrest warrant against the Sudanese dictator, Omar al Bashir has given him more power. Other voices think it all as a play in the international political scene. What do you think?
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