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ATTASH CAMP, Sudan (Reuters) - Months after Sudan signed a peace deal with Darfur rebels, and international peacekeepers stopped their patrols, Ihsan Mohamed is still waiting for any sign of peace and stability in her own daily life. Slideshow ( 2 images )If anything, things have got worse, the 37-year-old resident of Darfur’s Attash displacement camp said with tears in her eyes. But not all the rebel groups signed. “It’s become more dangerous and our situation has got worse since they signed the peace deal,” said Yagoub. “Unfortunately, the delay in forming the governance structures ... and the peace implementation mechanisms have delayed the enforcement of peace on the ground.”
Persons: Ihsan Mohamed, , Darfuris, Abdalrazig, UNAMID, “ It’s, Omar Hassan al, Bashir, Jibril Adam Bilal Organizations: Reuters, Darfur, Union UNAMID, . Security, Equality Movement Locations: Sudan, Juba
Sudanese civilians protest against United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) exit in Zalenjei, West Darfur, Sudan December 29, 2020. But thousands have protested across Darfur against UNAMID’s exit in recent weeks, saying it will leave them more vulnerable. As UNAMID repatriates its 7,000-strong force over the next six months, Sudan is starting to deploy its national force in Darfur. They say long-standing opposition by Sudan’s military to the presence of U.N. peacekeepers played into the Security Council vote. Since the start of January, some Darfur residents have reported heightened insecurity, with an increase in incidents of theft.
Persons: Ahlam Hamid, Adam Rojal, Abdel Wahed el, Hamid, , , Omar al, Bashir, UNAMID, Sheikh Mousa Bahar Adam, Nour Aldayim Taha, Ashraf Eissa, Faisal Salih, Camps, Salih Organizations: Reuters, United Nations, REUTERS, African Union, . Security, UNAMID’s, Government, International Criminal Court, ICC, Rapid Support Forces, Sudan Liberation Army, UNAMID, Security Locations: CAIRO, KHARTOUM, Sudan’s Darfur, Darfur, Zalenjei , West Darfur, Sudan, Kalma, South Darfur, Nyala, Khartoum
CAIRO (Reuters) - Sudan will deploy “large numbers” of troops to South Darfur state after the killing of 15 people in tribal violence recently, the state news agency cited the state governor as saying on Sunday. FILE PHOTO: An internally displaced Sudanese family poses for a photograph outside their makeshift shelter within the Kalma camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Darfur, Sudan April 26, 2019. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin AbdallahThe state is part of the restive Darfur region, in the west of Sudan, which suffered a bitter conflict that erupted in 2003. One of the leaders said Fallata members responded by killing 13 people from Masalit and wounding 34 others. Gereida is located 97 kilometres south of Nyala, the capital of South Darfur state.
Persons: Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah, Fallata, SUNA, Gereida, Mousa Mahdi, UNAMID Organizations: REUTERS, South Darfur, Government, . Security, United Nations, African Union peacekeeping Locations: CAIRO, Sudan, South Darfur, Darfur, Masalit, Gereida, Nyala, South, Sudan’s, Khartoum
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