December 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);12/17/2010, Vol. 194 Issue 4999, p7
The article focuses on the political situation of Sudan as the southern part of the country threatens to secede following the release of a referendum in January 9, 2011. It states that leaders of southern Sudan claimed that President Umar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir and his party tampered the votes within the referendum to gain control of the oil production of the south. The United Nations (UN) confirmed that the 2005 peace agreement in Sudan has been broken after attacks were initiated by the north.


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