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The United Nations welcomes the release of 21 child soldiers by the Government of Sudan

KHARTOUM, 22 September 2016 - The United Nations welcomes the release yesterday by the Government of Sudan of twenty one children allegedly associated with armed groups.  These children, who have been in the custody of the government security forces, were captured during fighting between the Government of Sudan and the Justice and Equality Movement in… Continue reading The United Nations welcomes the release of 21 child soldiers by the Government of Sudan

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conflict, Research/Opinion

Sudan: Far Too Deep in Post-2011

Sudan (former South Sudan) the newest state in Africa and in the world gained independence on July 9, 2011 after a referendum to separate with the North Sudan. The long awaited jubilation was just for a short moment, Sudan sunk back to the usual trouble continuing to count the longest running conflict in Africa. An… Continue reading Sudan: Far Too Deep in Post-2011