Who is fighting in Sudan?
The main fighting in Sudan has always been between the dominant Arab Muslim and the Black African christian and animist in the south. After Independence, the first civil war starting in 1955 and ending in 1972 when the south was given greater autonomy, but a second civil war broke out in 1983 mainly because of an attempt to impose Islamic Shariah Law over the whole of the Sudan until a cease fire was agreed in 2002 but before finalization of that in 2003 Black African rebels in the Darfur region in the west of Sudan started attacking government targets to press for more resources for their region and demanding an end to discrimination against Black African people. The Arab Muslim Sudanese government took severe reprisals through Arab militia known as the Janjaweed. They carried out mass executions and ethnic cleansing forcing displacement or slaughter of over two million black Africans many of whom fled across the frontier into neighboring Chad or other areas in the Sudan. The United Nations brokered a cease fire in April 2004 but this has since then been repeatedly violated, the Sudan government continuing to resist international pressure to disarm the Janjaweed and fighting keeps breaking out again. Also the whole entire oil situation
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Sudan is in Northern Africa to the South of Egypt, West of Ethiopia, East of Chad, and Northeast of Uganda and Northwest of KenyaSudan is located on the northern part of Afric…a. It boarders SouthSudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea , Red Sea and Egypt.
Sudan is a country in North East Africa. It is the largest country by area on the African continent, although large parts of it are uninhabitable. It is also very cultral and …should be called Sudan and not the Sudan.
Sudan has a population of 39,154,490
Â· Sudan is the largest country in Africa. It borders nine countries - Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, Chad,… and Libya - and has a coastline on the Red Sea in the north-east. Â· Sudan's rainy season lasts for about three months (July to September) in the north, and up to six months (June to November) in the south. The amount of rainfall increases the further south you go, from the very dry Nubian desert in the north to swamps and desertt in the south Â· The population is about 41.3 million. Well, currently there is a genocide going on in Sudan, Darfur.
Sudan was colonized in 1820.
It depends what the question is.
Turkey and Egypt both wanted power over The Sudan and its people, The Sudanese.
nothing it warred it
??? yes there are streets in Sudan, even asphalt ones!
that has been the name,as far as any one can remember
The same as in the rest of the world
Sudan is mostly Muslim. 70% muslim, 25% Animist, and 5% Christian.
Because they want more pancake mix.
In South Sudan
Oil, which is mainly located in South Sudan; and the Abeyi region of South Sudan (as well as one or two other pieces of land).
In South Sudan
Using your knowledge of geography and Africa what is one resources that North Sudan and South Sudan may fight over in the near future?
In South Sudan
Because there was injustices ruling of the Country since 1956 Independent date coupled with the imposition of the Islamic Saria Law forced on the Chritian south and continueis… rule by Arabic Ethnic groups.
The name derives from the Arabic bilad as-sudan or "the lands of the Blacks".