A Sudanese Lost Boy Has Doubts About the Peace Accord

Phil Kelly
Published: Wednesday, 06/16/2004 12:00 am EDT

Editor's Note: In May, A U.S.-brokered peace accord between the Sudanese government and the rebel Sudanese People's Liberation Army was signed in the northwestern Kenyan town of Naivasha. While the protocol holds some hope for the South of Sudan much more has to be resolved before Sudan can enjoy any degree of peace. Many observers are calling for the immediate dispatch of UN peacekeepers and an intense effort to disarm militias in western Sudan while assuring the arrival of aid and medical workers.

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