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Vol 48 No 13

Published 22nd June 2007


Intelligent design

Claims that Sudan gives the United States intelligence on Al Qaida in Somalia and Iraq - and Khartoum's rapid denial - have revived important questions. Does this 'intelligence cooperation' explain the lack of Western will to tackle Khartoum's four years' of mass murder in Darfur? What is the quality of the information Washington is getting from Khartoum?

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