April 24, 2012

Bashir Directs Populist Anger at South Sudan

Pascal Fletcher, Reuters

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Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir likes to wave a stick when he speaks in public, and he does not speak softly.

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TAGGED: Sudan, Africa, Omar al-Bashir, South Sudan

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