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Vol 45 No 19

Published 24th September 2004


Sudan

Spinning on the edge

As Western governments fumble for a policy, the NIF keeps up the dissembling

As Sudan government attacks on civilians continue in Darfur and as Washington at last calls the slaughter 'genocide', United States' and British diplomats argue perversely that for the National Islamic Front to fall might make matters even worse. ' At stake for Washington and London are the North-South talks at Naivasha, Kenya, of which they are the chief engineers.

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