admin | December 15, 2014
The warring parties in the Sudanese conflict have failed to agree on a ceasefire. Three weeks of negotiations to end a three-year-long conflict recently collapsed amid increased violence in the country.
Talks ended largely because of a disagreement between the factions on whether ceasefires in the Blue Nile and South Kordofan regions should be negotiated in conjunction with a ceasefire in neighbouring Darfur. The conflict in Darfur – in which the Sudanese government was accused of genocide a decade ago – continues to rumble on.
Hussein Karshoum is a member of the government delegation. He says, “We see these as separate issues from each other, and each region has its specific needs.”
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