The Addis Agreement brings Sudan and South Sudan back from the brink. It establishes a revenue sharing formula for oil produced in South Sudan. Yet peace is fragile.
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For five long years, the people of Southern Sudan have looked forward to the day when they could create their own civil order, one in which their demand for freedom of conscience did not relegate them to second-class citizenship, or worse.
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