Feature - Peace Between Sudan's Warring Factions
A peace deal has been signed in Kenya between the warring factions in the Sudenese civil war. The war has been ongoing since 1983 between the Islamic regime in Khartoum and the Christian South.
The deal does not include the present conflict in the Darfour region, described by the UN as the worlds worst humanitarian disaster, however Sudan's Vice President Ali Osman Taha has declared that "One of the first fruits of peace will be the extinguishing of the conflict in Darfur"
Sudan gained independence from Britain in 1956. That unleashed warring factions, the most notable of which was the Sudanese...