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Keyword: Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA)

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Nairobi agreements takes Sudan further down the road to dismemberment

M.A. Shaikh

Dhu al-Hijjah 21, 14252005-02-01

The agreement signed between the Sudanese government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, on January 9 has been hailed as a “historic peace deal” that ends a long-drawn-out and ruinous war between the “Muslim north” and the “Christian”-animist south.


Washington demands that Sudan resumes peace talks – or else

M.S. Ahmed

Rajab 24, 14232002-10-01

When Khartoum and the Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA) signed the Machakos peace deal on July 20, American officials said that they would exert pressure to make the deal stick.


US set to bludgeon Sudan into accepting partition plan disguised as self-rule for the south

Crescent International

Ramadan 11, 14232002-07-16

Having bludgeoned the Sudanese government into cooperating with the “war on terrorism”, American officials now appear to believe that they can also bully it into accepting their plan to end the 19-year war between Khartoum and southern Sudanese rebels.

Occupied Arab World

Turabi jailed as famous political instincts lead him down a false path

Our Own Correspondent

Dhu al-Hijjah 20, 14212001-03-16

Always smooth, Dr Hassan al-Turabi, leader of Sudan’s opposition Popular National Congress (PNC), has been honing his skills lately. But the latest rabbit he pulled out of his turban, the alliance the PNC forged with the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), has landed him and scores of his supporters in prison.


Garang and allies, not Khartoum guilty of slavery, says British peer

Mohammed Elamin, Zafar Bangash

Shawwal 19, 14181998-02-16

Among the numerous allegations levelled against the government of Sudan, that of slavery has perhaps had the greatest negative impact. How could slavery be allowed in this day and age, is a common refrain heard in the west.

Special Reports

Plotting a communist revolution

M H Faruqi

Dhu al-Hijjah 23, 14171997-05-01

Third June last year a group of British experts on Sudan met in London to discuss Sudan -’Sudan in crisis’. Taking part in the closed meeting were officials from the ministries of defence and trade and industry, from the British aid agency, ODA (Overseas Development Administration)...

Special Reports

In the eye of a storm

M H Faruqi, Mohammed Mahjoub Haroun

Shawwal 21, 14171997-03-01

Sudan’s borders with Ethiopia had always been peaceful and, therefore, lightly defended with only symbolic units in the border posts. Kurmuk and Qaysan were two such small garrison towns on the Ethiopian borders.

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