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Tag Archives: South Sudan
How sad and frightfully ironic. Seven years to the day since signing the Abyei Protocol with the SPLM, Sudanese President Bashir’s troops and armed elements have forcibly entered the Abyei region, with civilians running for their lives as SAF forces and … Continue reading
“I’m not going backward, I’m moving forward, forward to freedom.” – Southern Sudanese voters in Cairo, Egypt (Source: Reuters Africa) Jubilation. Euphoria. Joy. Hope. Freedom. Those are some of the words Southern Sudanese used to describe the elation they felt … Continue reading
Did you know? Sudan’s referendum will officially kick off in less than an hour. And the global Sudan365 campaign has been telling you for over a year now – through beats, tunes, and the most delicious drum beat you will … Continue reading
My mind has been racing the past few days. So many things happening in the world this month. Sudan’s referendum. Haiti’s earthquake anniversary. Ivory Coast’s chaos. And now today’s shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords at a grocery store and fighting … Continue reading
Just ahead of Sudan’s historic referendum, Sudanese billionaire Mo Ibrahim, founder of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, issued an op-ed, “Sudan Is A Warning to All of Africa“. From Egypt, to the Democratic Republic of Congo, to Ivory Coast, to Ethiopia, … Continue reading