Sudan’s Military Council releases 235 prisoners

Following Sudan’s renewed peace talks on Friday, the military council has released a group of 235 prisoners who are fighters from the Sudan Liberation Army.

A rebel group active in the protest movements; fighting government forces in war-torn Darfur.

Deputy chairman of Sudan Liberation Movement, Atom said “This shows us clearly that we are partners and not our enemies. With cooperation and understanding, we will reach the demands of the people of sudan,”

The released prisoners could not hold back their gratitude.

The conflict in Darfur had erupted in 2003 after ethnic minority rebels took up arms against Bashir’s Arab-dominated government.

Bashir’s government was accused of economic instability and politically marginalizing the region.

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