Sudan is the largest country in Africa. Two and a half million Sudanese have died—the most casualties anywhere since WWII—in a seemingly endless civil war that finally led to division in 2011.
During the recent civil war, northerners kidnapped southern Africans and forced them to fight their own people. Most in the North acted as if there wasn’t even a war going on because it just didn’t affect them. Meanwhile in the south, brother was killing brother.
It takes years to become an expert. I am not, and this is a very complex country. Facts are elusive. Press releases in the north have conflicting information in Arabic and in English. In the south you can barely get through to rebel offices in …[ … ] Read The Full Story