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As the Sudan Revolutionary Front is launched, the regime tries to parry opposition in the North by bombing South Sudan

Khartoum’s bombing of a refugee camp in South Sudan on 10 November has drawn unprecedented condemnation and stirred fears of a return to full-scale war between North and South. The denial of responsibility by the regime’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Dafa’allah Haj Osman, prompted a strong response from United States UN Ambassador Susan Rice on 11 November.

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Dafa’allah Haj Osman, United States, Susan Rice, Salva Kiir Mayardit, Peter Gadet, Gatdet, Yaka, Bapiny Monituel, George Athor Deng, James Gai Yoach, Kol Chara Nyang, Matthew Pul Jang, Threatening UN and refugees, Bol Gatkuoth, Chad, Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Kenya, Mali, Omer Hassan Ahmed el Beshir, Ethiopian, Kamal Mohamed Obeid, Yasir Saeed Arman Saeed, Ahmed Tugud Lissan, Abdel Wahed Mohamed Ahmed el Nur, Abu el Gasim Imam, Minni Arkou Minnawi, El Rayah Mahmoud, Britain, Ireland, Mohamed el Ansari Ali, El Sadig Sideeg el Mahdi, Rabah el Mahdi, mujahideen, jihad

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