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Khartoum Orders Aid Agencies to Leave Northern Sudan

By Howard Lesser
Washington, DC
05 March 2009

The fortunes of at least 2.5 million Sudanese may be at added risk due to yesterday’s expulsion order by the Khartoum government of major foreign-based aid agencies.   UN spokeswoman Marie Okabe said that between six and ten nongovernmental groups (NGOs), who conduct some of their rescue operations in the western Darfur region, received notice just hours after an arrest warrant was issued by the International Criminal Court against President Omar Hassan al-Bashir.

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