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This was the southern rebel leaders. These first step toward lasting peace meetings led to a peace in Sudan. THE PEACE AGREEMENT Sudan’s civil war ended on January 9, 2005. That day, the Sudan government and the SPLM signed the Comprehensive Peace Agreement. It took years of discussions for these two sides to find agreement. It calls for an end to fighting. It says all government soldiers must leave southern Sudan. It also aims to return war refugees to their homes. This should be completed within six years.

Bin Laden’s al Qaeda group later directed the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States. Al Qaeda and other groups gave the government money. In return, they got a safe place to live. At their camps, they trained volunteers and This poster of Osama Bin Laden was found in an al Qaeda training center in Sudan. S. missiles destroyed the El-Shifa chemical factory in Khartoum in August 1998. President Clinton believed the factory was building weapons for al Qaeda. S. VIEW Sudan continued to serve as a meeting place, safe haven, and training hub for a number of international terrorist groups, particularly Osama Bin Laden’s al Qaeda organization.

They felt that the government was ignoring their needs. Two rebel groups, the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and the Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM), began protesting for the non-Arab people. Darfur refugees cross a dried-up stream into neighboring Chad to escape violence in their own villages. 36 37 COUNTRIES IN CRISIS BEYOND DARFUR DRIVEN OFF BY WAR Violence in Sudan has forced many Sudanese from their homes. As many as 350,000 Sudanese refugees are living in five neighboring countries. Another two million people had fled within Sudan itself.

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