Representatives of Sudan and Southern Sudan have signed an agreement calling for the immediate withdrawal of Sudanese troops from the disputed Abyei region.
The agreement, signed in Addis Ababa, Ethopia, also calls for the deployment of a brigade of that country's troops to serve as peacekeepers.
The agreement calls for joint adminstration of the area by Sudan and Southern Sudan, which is scheduled to become an independent country in three weeks.FULL STORY
This should be happening in places like Spain, Russia and Turkey. The Basques should gain their Indepencence from Spain, the Chechnyans from Russia and even more importantly, the Kurds from Turkey. Unfortunately, however, these things won't happen for a very long time, if ever!
I'm Dead! C'mon CNN!
They have troops? How do they pay them?
None of this really makes any sense. Ask yourself if it really makes a lot of sense.
It happened, Fakey.
It can happen other places, too.
Here's a 1,000 dollars. Now leave us alone.
I certainly hope that this is the beginning of a prospective peace agreement. It's time for the international community to step up it's efforts to help resolve this issue. – Jonathan Witerski