South Sudan’s FVP set to meet top U.S. officials

September 24, 2016 (JUBA)- The new South Sudanese First Vice President Taban Deng Gai will be holding series of meetings with top officials in the United States to explain circumstances under which he replaced Machar and his vision in (...)

Salva Kiir discusses Sudan’s security deal with SPLM-N rebels

September 24, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - South Sudanese President Salva Kiir discussed with the Sudan People's Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N) the implementation of security agreement signed between the two countries. A photo extended to Sudan Tribune (...)

JEM criticizes UN for welcoming release of child soldiers allegedly arrested in Darfur

September 24, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - The rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) has criticized the United Nations for welcoming the release by the sudanese government of child soldiers allegedly recruited by Darfur rebel groups saying the (...)

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Darfur rebel confident other factions will join peace deal

May 12, 2006 (CAIRO) — The chief of Darfur's main insurgent faction, who signed a peace agreement last week with the Sudanese government, said Friday he was confident the two other rebel factions (...)

Four killed, dozens wounded in Ethiopia blasts

May 12, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — At least four people were killed and 41 injured Friday as a wave of apparently coordinated blasts rocked the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, spewing blood and shattered (...)

Darfur rebel Nur’s SLM says breakthrough possible

May 12, 2006 (ABUJA) — A rebel faction from Sudan's Darfur region, under intense pressure to join a peace agreement, said on Friday its overture to the government had received a positive response (...)

Sudan’s Darfur peace crucial for Africa - AU Chairman

May 12, 2006 (OSLO) — Peace in Sudan and its troubled Darfur province is crucial to the future of the entire African continent, the chairman of the African Union commission said Friday during a (...)

South Sudan to increase military budget to $536 million

May 12, 2006 (JUBA) — The Southern parliament has dramatically increased its budget for military expenses for the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA). Around 40 per cent (536 million dollars) of (...)

S. Sudan Yambio police foils attempted bank robbery

May 11, 2006 (NAIROBI) — Southern Sudan Police in Yambio in Western Equatoria state on Monday 8 May night say they have foiled an attempted bank robbery. Police say several robbers attempted to (...)

Kenya Commercial Bank starts operations in South Sudan

May 12, 2006 (NAIROBI) — Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) has commenced operations at its Juba branch in Southern Sudan after receiving a licence from the deputy governor of the Bank of Sudan, Elija (...)

UN considers international force for Chad

May 11, 2006 (N'DJAMENA) — The United Nations is looking to create an international force to help protect civilians and refugees in Chad from attacks by armed groups spilling over from Sudan's (...)

US suggests to start preparation for UN force takeover in Darfur

May 11, 2006 (UNITED NATIONS) — The United States circulated a draft UN resolution that sets a May 30 deadline for deploying an assessment team to Sudan's war-torn region to prepare a UN takeover (...)

SLM’s delegation arrives to Darfur to popularize peace accord

May 11, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — A delegation from the Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM) of Minni Minawi faction arrived Thursday evening in Al-Fashir, capital of Northern Darfur State. The delegation will (...)

Sudan’s Salva Kiir to attend Museveni swearing-in

May 11, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudan's First Vice-President Salvia Kiir Mayardit has left Khartoum for Kampala. He was seen off at Khartoum International Airport by the Second vice-president Ali Osman (...)

China to undertake seismic survey in East Ethiopia

May 11, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — The Chinese oil firm, Zhongyuan Petroleum Exploration Bureau (ZPEB), is to start undertaking seismic survey in east Ethiopia's Ogaden basin next month, the management (...)

Rwanda ready to deploy more troops in Sudan’s Darfur

May 11, 2006 (KIGALI) — A highly-placed source at the Ministry of Defense has said that the Rwanda Defense Forces (RDF) is ready to deploy more troops for a peacekeeping mission in the troubled (...)

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Darfur rebel Nur’s faction makes peace overture

May 11, 2006 (ABUJA) — A factional rebel leader from Sudan's Darfur region, under intense pressure to join a peace deal, has made a tentative overture to the Sudanese government that has prompted (...)

UN rights chief urges ICC to act on Darfur

May 11, 2006 (GENEVA) — The International Criminal Court must act more decisively to bring to trial those guilty of war crimes in Darfur because Sudanese officials have so far proved incapable of (...)

African Union says Nur’s SLM faction may join Darfur deal

May 11, 2006 (COPENHAGEN) — African Union Commission Chairman Alpha Oumar Konare said Thursday that a Darfur rebel faction is reconsidering its rejection of a peace agreement signed by the (...)

AU says shocked by violence of Darfur’s Kalma camp

May 10, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission in the Sudan, Ambassador Baba Gana Kingibe said deeply "shock and sadness over the lynching (...)

Dallaire says Canada can send 1,500 troops to Darfur

By Brian Adeba Senator Roméo Dallaire muses on the new peace deal in Sudan's Darfur region, what Canada and the UN should do, and on the future of peacekeeping—if there is one. Lt. Gen Roméo (...)

Japan reaffirms financial support to Sudan’s Darfur

May 10, 2006 (NEW YORK) — Japan's Senior Vice Foreign Minister Yasuhisa Shiozaki reaffirmed Tokyo's commitment to providing financial support for resolving the Darfur conflict in western Sudan in (...)

Darfur peace deal "big step forward" for Africa - EU

May 10, 2006 (VIENNA) — The signing of a peace agreement last week between Sudanese authorities and Darfur's main rebel group was a big step forward for Darfur, Sudan and all of Africa, the (...)


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