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    Sudan: Hope and Skepticism as New Humanitarian Deal Aimed at Ending Violence in Darfur is Signed

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    Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – Sudanese residents have expressed mixed reactions to the new humanitarian deal announced by the government and rebel groups. The deal was signed to end violence in Sudan’s Darfur region, which has been ongoing for years.

    According to sources, the deal aims to improve the humanitarian situation in the area, including providing aid to those in need and ensuring the return of displaced people to their homes. Both sides also agreed to refrain from attacks that are likely to harm civilians. The violence has already killed over 600 people, including civilians, according to the U.N. health agency.

    The new deal has brought some hope to the residents of Darfur, who have been caught in the crossfire for years. “This is a positive step towards lasting peace in our region. We have been living in fear for too long, and it is time for things to change,” said Mariam Ahmed, a resident of the region.

    However, some residents remain skeptical, saying that they have seen similar agreements in the past that did not lead to any real change. “I am cautiously optimistic about this deal. We have been disappointed before, and it is hard to trust that things will be different this time,” said Abdalla Ibrahim, another resident.

    In addition to skepticism, some residents are also urging the government to do more to improve the situation in the region. “The government needs to do more than just sign a piece of paper. They need to take real action and help us rebuild our communities,” said Salah Hassan, a Darfur resident.

    The new deal has also received praise from international organizations, including the United Nations and the African Union. “This is a significant step towards lasting peace in Darfur. We urge both sides to honor their commitments and work towards a better future for all the people of Sudan,” said UN Secretary-General António Guterres.

    In conclusion, while the new humanitarian deal has brought hope to many residents of Darfur, there is still a long road ahead. It is important for both the government and rebel groups to honor their commitments and work together towards a better future for the region. Only then can we truly say that lasting peace has been achieved.

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