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Vol 46 No 19

Published 23rd September 2005



The aid which keeps nearly three million displaced people in Darfur alive and which is critical to tens of thousands of returning Southerners is threatened by a new law allowing the government to control non-governmental organisations. The National Islamic Front regime has issued several decrees before the new parliament - with its Sudan People's Liberation Movement nominees - has a chance to legislate.

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