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Friday, April 12, 2024


    Blowing the Horn

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    The world’s most active conflict zone is the Greater Horn of Africa, a region half the size of the United States that includes Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Kenya, and Uganda. The area has been torn apart by some of the most brutal wars of the last 50 years. Two conflict enclaves are still causing instability today. The first affects northern Uganda, eastern Chad, and the northeastern Central African Republic and is centred on interconnected rebellions in Sudan, including those in Darfur and southern Sudan. The Sudanese government, which aids rebels, is the primary offender.

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