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South Sudan struggles to increase oil production after war
Oil-rich South Sudan is struggling to increase production of crude several months after the end of its civil war and the signing of a peace deal in September 2019 which helped open the way to
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South Sudan's economy depends on exports of oil effects of civil war, COVID-19, and aging oil fields led to a reduction in oil production from 300 thousand barrels a day to the current levels of just over 150 thousand barrels a day that has meant that revenue has also fallen leading to civil servants here are not being paid for months.
The Internal Displacement of People in South Sudan
As a result, South Sudan witnessed its first major post-independence ethnic clash in January 2012 even before the civil war erupted between the Dinka and the Nuer factions of the governing SPLM. The government of South Sudan and SPLA had conducted disarmament, targeting the Lou Nuer people in particular after the CPA in 2005.
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South Africa Struggles With Deadly Third Wave of COVID-19. U.S. Quietly Gives Up On South Sudan War Crimes Court. Iraq continues to increase its oil production, making sanctions against
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Water In Crisis – Spotlight Sudan
Sudan faces ecological crises like water scarcity and desertification. Rural Sudanese are displaced often by changing landscapes and a lack of agricultural production. The demand for water increases, but its availability to the country's inhabitants continually remains low. Access to water is needed, as much of Sudan's country has become neglected.
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The Refugee By Pearl S Buck
Story continues Sudan hosts the largest South Sudanese refugee population, of 792,000, more than half of whom arrived after the outbreak of South Sudan's civil war in December that year, according to south sudan refugees stranded in north decade after split His detention came after Bahrain had issued an
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Sudan, in eastern Africa, has one of the largest internally displaced populations in the world. From 1983 through 2005, civil war between north and south Sudan forced millions of people from their homes. By the end of 2017, around 4.4 million people were displaced throughout the country, particularly in Darfur.
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The War on Terror 20 Years on: Crossroads or Cul-De-Sac
The heady, early successes achieved in Afghanistan by small numbers of US Army Special Forces soldiers and CIA Special Activities Division operatives in support of the Northern Alliance, 8 See for instance, Gary Bernsten and Ralph Pezzullo, Jawbreaker: The Attack on Bin Laden And Al-Qaeda: A Personal Account By The CIA’s Key Field Commander (New York: Crown, 2005); Gary Schroen, First In: An