South Kordofan: troops at war, tribes at peace? by Tom Gillhespy

News reports are full of reports of violence in South Kordofan, but peace still exists in many places. Despite escalating violence, communities historically involved in the conflict are rejecting violence. Despite escalating violence, communities historically involved in the conflict are rejecting violence. Read more on Insight on Conflict >>>

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Tags: Kordofan, South, Sudan, peace

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