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Despite bombing civilians, the National Congress Party (NCP) has some success abroad in the propaganda war, persuading governments to accept its version of events: that the Sudan People’s Liberation Front/Army-North (SPLM/A-N), backed by its former comrades in Juba, launched an unnecessary war in South Kordofan and Blue Nile when negotiations were under way.

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Ahmed Mohamed Haroun Adam, United States, James R. Clapper, Mukesh Kapila, Britain, William Hague, Sulaf el Din Salih Mohamed Tahir, Canada, Netherlands, Africa Confidential, Muessessa Muwafaq el Kheiriya, Muwafag, AC

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