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Sudan Peace Deal Allows Displaced to Go Home at Last

The moment peace seemed a reality she might actually grasp, not just a distant shadow of hope forever dashed, Mary Deng put her house in this dusty, barren settlement beyond the western edge of Khartoum up for sale. “For too many years I have lived in this place,” she said, gesturing with a gaunt arm at the stark red desert that surrounds this camp, where in the early 1990’s the government dumped more than 60,000 people who fled southern Sudan in one of Africa’s longest and bloodiest conflicts. “As soon as I am able, I will take my children and go home.”Full Story

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