December 10, 2018

So Much for the Peaceful Division of Sudan

[Published June 1, 2011] WAU, South Sudan – Katerina Nyakat Monjok can see the sprawling compound of the U.N. Mission in Sudan from her home in Abyei. But Monjok, 37, says her proximity to the peacekeeping base did not provide any protection when the Sudanese government attacked her town on May 21.

The attack, which witnesses say came first from the air and was then followed by a ground assault, has caused the mass displacement of Abyei’s permanent residents, the Ngok Dinka. Read the rest of the article as it appeared.

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