Sudan: Hypocrisy of NCP And Double Standards of the Arab Media
AllAfrica.com – Mahmoud A. Suleiman – Mar 4, 2011
The League’s member state allowed al-Bashir to travel around their countries without being apprehended! Hypocrisy and racist double standards are the force …
It seems that the opportunist authoritarian racist National Congress Party (NCP) regime in Khartoum found joy and delight in the events in Libya favourable to grab political revenge against its archenemy the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) through statements issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that it does not exclude the participation of the Darfur rebels in the suppression of the popular mass demonstrations that taking place in all parts of Libya. The purpose behind this evil assertion was to incite sedition to create a rift between the people of Libya and the Just cause of the people of Sudan in Darfur.
S. Sudan says it will suspend talks with north
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com – Maggie Fick – Mar 13, 2011
The northern government has “been arming Arab tribes … so that they carry out genocide …
18 March 2011 Last updated at 13:30 ET
South Sudan: SPLA and Athor clashes ‘kill scores’
Hundreds have been killed and injured in clashes with George Athor’s men this year Continue reading the main story
Two days of fighting between the South Sudan army and rebels have killed about 70 people, officials say.
The clashes between the SPLA and fighters loyal to rebel leader George Athor have broken out in three states.
After similar clashes last week, the southern government accused the north and President Omar al-Bashir of trying to destabilise it.
South Sudan is due to declare independence in July, following decades of north-south conflict.
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