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This is Salva Kiir Mayardit; the Cowboy President of South Sudan and His Luxurious Spending Son

The contentions between what is currently Sudan and South Sudan are frequently comprehended through their verifiable roots: hundreds of years of abuse and slave-attacking by the “Middle Easterner” north against the “African” south, trailed by Britain and Egypt’s colonialist interfering.

Arab tribes initially touched base in Sudan from Upper Egypt and over the Red Sea amid the Middle Ages, and pilgrim occupation started in the nineteenth century. Nonetheless, it is difficult to clarify Sudan’s ongoing clashes from any single point or with any straightforward terms.




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