South Sudan’s Lam Akol forms new rebel movement

September 25, 2016 (JUBA) - South Sudan’s former minister of agriculture minister, Lam Akol, has formed a new rebel faction after spending several weeks of consultations with different unarmed and armed opposition parties in the country. Lam (...)

Sudan’s dialogue committee to discuss creation of PM’s post

September 25, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan’s dialogue body known as 7+7 committee will meet on Monday to reach an agreement on pending issues such as the creation of Prime Minister's post and the term of the national consensus government. Members of (...)

South Sudanese army and rebels clash in oil-rich Unity state

September 25, 2016 (BENTIU) - Heavy fighting broke out on Sunday morning between South Sudanese government troops (SPLA) and armed opposition faction (SPLA-IO) in Rubkotna county of the country’s oil-rich Unity state. South Sudanese rebel troops (...)

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Darfur peace deal possible - rebel negotitator

May 4, 2006 (ABUJA) — Last-ditch proposals to salvage a peace agreement for Darfur help meet key rebel demands and could open the way to a deal, a rebel negotiator said Thursday, a day after (...)

Darfur rebels happy with Darfur concessions - Negotiator

May 4, 2006 (ABUJA) — The latest Darfur peace proposal drafted with U.S. help meets key rebel demands and could open the way to a deal, a rebel negotiator said Thursday. Abdel Wahid al-Nur (L) and (...)

Tensions rise in S. Sudan’s Jonglei after clashes

May 4, 2006 (NAIROBI) — Scores of people were killed and wounded in Poktap when fighting between forces of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) and armed civilians of the Lou community (...)

Sudan says no concessions but discussion on modalities of implementation

May 4, 2006 (ABUJA) — Sudanese government delegation at Abuja talks denied it had agreed to modify the proposed AU Darfur Peace Agreement. It further indicated that all the last-gasp diplomatic (...)

Darfur talks continue, deadline nears

May 04, 2006 (ABUJA) — Top envoys sent from Washington and London worked against a Thursday midnight deadline to persuade Darfur's warring parties in Darfur to sign a peace pact. Rebel SLA (...)

US pushes for Darfur deal before third deadline

May 4, 2006 (ABUJA) — The Sudanese government and rebels from the Darfur region face a third deadline to make peace on Thursday with uncertainty surrounding U.S. attempts to wrangle a few (...)

UN humanitarian chief heading to Darfur with appeal for money

May 3, 2006 (UNITED NATIONS) — The U.N. humanitarian chief, who was recently barred from visiting Darfur, said he is heading to Sudan this weekend to spotlight the desperate need for money to help (...)

Rising tensions in Chad could hinder relief operations

May 3, 2006 (N'DJAMENA) — Amid rising tensions and reported preparations for armed attacks in Chad, the United Nations World Food Programme warned today election day that food is becoming a (...)

Sudan, China agree to boost industrial investment

May 3, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudan and China agreed to boost fields of industrial investment between the two countries particularly in the sector of petrochemical and engineering industries. State (...)

US Senate passes amendment for funding UN Darfur mission

May 3, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Senate on Wednesday passed an amendment sponsored by Sen. Robert Menendez that provides $60 million to fund a United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Darfur (...)

Low voter turnout marks Chad’s presidential vote

May 3, 2006 (N'DJAMENA) — Low voter turnout Wednesday threatened to undermine the credibility of the third multiparty election in Chad, one of Africa's newest oil producers. Idriss Deby Itno with (...)

Harassment of politicians in Ethiopia concerns US

May 3, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — The State Department expressed concern on Wednesday over "increasing harassment and intimidation" of opposition politicians and their supporters in Ethiopia. (...)

Aid agencies find donors losing interest in Darfur’s plight

May 3, 2006 (LONDON) — The World Food Program is so strapped for funds, it has halved rations for Darfur refugees. Another U.N. agency in similar straits has stopped measles vaccinations for (...)

Sudanese army repulses Darfur rebels’s robbery attempt in the East

May 3, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudanese army today said have repulsed Darfur rebels' robbery attempt on eastern Sudan highway yesterday evening, the official SUNA reported. The office of spokesman (...)

Ugandan minister in Sudan for talks on LRA rebels

May 3, 2006 (KAMPALA) — Ugandan Defence Minister Amama Mbabazi and the chief of land forces, Lt-Gen Katumba Wamala, yesterday arrived to Khartoum to meet Sudanese officials and the UN Khartoum (...)

Ethiopian priests in Israel protest for fair treatment

May 3, 2006 (JERUSALEM) — On Sunday April 30, 2006, hundreds demonstrated in front of the Israeli Prime Minister's Office Ehud Olmert in Jerusalem so as to protest the inhumane conditions under (...)

Mediators battle to save AU Darfur peace plan

May 3, 2006 (ABUJA) — International mediators battled to save the African Union's make-or-break bid to end Darfur's bloody civil war after peace talks between government and rebels ran into (...)

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US proposals for Darfur peace not enough: rebels

May 3, 2006 (ABUJA) — US proposals to save the Darfur peace talks do not go far enough to meet the demands of the rebels who derailed an African Union settlement proposal, one of the region's (...)

Darfur peace talks deadlocked

May 3, 2006 (ABUJA) — International mediators battled to save the African Union's make-or-break bid to end Darfur's bloody civil war after peace talks between government and rebels ran into (...)

Mediators work hard to reach Darfur peace deal - Rice

May 3, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that international mediators were working hard to reach a Darfur peace accord at talks in Nigeria. Condoleezza Rice Rice (...)


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