Two Decades of Long Civil War Of Sudan Ended

After three years of negotiations, a peace deal ended Sudan’s two-decades-long civil war. It was signed on January 9, 2005. This peace pact ended the conflict between the Arab-Muslim government of the North and the black Christian and animist south. The entire peace process was done a weeks later of Garang’s death. The protracted negotiations had largely stalled over oil reserves, because 75 percent of which are located in the South only. The peace agreement …

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