Machar’s faction calls for armed resistance against “regime” in Juba

September 25, 2016 (JUBA) – The armed opposition faction (SPLM-IO) led by South Sudan’s former First Vice President, Riek Machar, has for the first time come out with a statement declaring war on the “regime” in Juba under President Salva Kiir and (...)

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 (...)


bullet Monday 10 April 2006

AU’s Nguesso urges Sudanese parties to conclude Darfur peace deal

April 9, 2006 (ABUJA) — Dennis Sassou-Nguesso, Congo's president and current head of the African Union urged Sudanese parties in Darfur peace talks to make the necessary concessions to end the (...)

Sudan’s Kiir to inaugurate pumping of oil from blocks 3, 7

April 9, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudanese first Vice-President Salva Kiir Mayardit, and Minister of Energy and Mining, Awad Ahmed Al-Jazz, are to inaugurate Monday 10 April the pumping of oil (Dar (...)

Death toll from Djibouti boat accident rises to 109

April 9, 2006 (DJIBOUTI) — The death toll from last week's boat accident in Djibouti has risen to 109 after navy and coast guard crews recovered more bodies, the state-owned news agency reported. (...)

Darfur crisis deteriorates, global efforts stymied

April 9, 2006 (UNITED NATIONS) — Efforts to stop atrocities in Sudan's Darfur region are unraveling, with a new peacekeeping force uncertain, relief aid under attack and U.N. sanctions stymied, (...)

bullet Sunday 9 April 2006

African leaders fail to break Darfur impasse

April 9, 2006 (ABUJA) — Intensive talks involving two African heads of state who tried to bring the warring parties from Sudan's Darfur region closer to a peace agreement failed to produce any (...)

Darfur peace talks make "some progress" - official

April 9, 2006 (ABUJA) — African leaders emerged from their first attempt at brokering peace in Sudan's Darfur region without a major development Sunday, though Sudan's lead negotiator said the (...)

Chad says Sudan-backed rebels attack southern base

April 9, 2006 (N'DJAMENA) — Chad's government said insurgents backed by Sudan had attacked an army base in its southeastern border region on Sunday with the aim of derailing presidential elections (...)

AU Chairman in Nigeria for final push over Darfur peace talks

April 8, 2006 (LAGOS) — African Union (AU) Chairman and the Republic of the Congo's President Denis Sassou-Nguesso will on Saturday visit Nigeria to push for a breakthrough in the long-running (...)

Regional leader says peace deal killed the cause of Nuba Mountains

April 8, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The leader of the Sudanese National Party, Father Philip Abbas Ghabush, has strongly criticized the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) saying it had killed the cause of (...)

African presidents launch push for Darfur talks breakthrough

April 8, 2006 (ABUJA) — The presidents of Nigeria and Congo Republic launched a late-night diplomatic push to persuade the warring parties of Sudan's Darfur region to strike a peace deal. Denis (...)

UN humanitarian chief says Sudan invites him to visit Darfur

April 8, 2006 (RIYADH) — UN emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland said Saturday the Sudanese government had invited him to visit Darfur a few days after barring him from the war-torn region, (...)

Somalia seems to be preparing for another war

April 8, 2006 (NAIROBI) — The U.S. believes some of the world's most wanted al-Qaida leaders are being protected by Islamic extremists in Somalia, and may be backing local militants in their fight (...)

Ethiopia, Kenya ink security deal to halt rebels’ traffic

April 8, 2006 (ADAMA,) — Ethiopian and Kenyan governments signed a security agreement to prevent the movement of Oromo rebels through the border of the tow countries, the official ENA reported. A (...)

No avian influenza yet detected in Sudan - official

April 8, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudan is free of avian influenza announced Sudanese official on Saturday, April 8. This announce came while neighbouring Egypt confirmed cases of the H5N1 strain of bird (...)

Sudanese government says Darfur rebels attack school convoy

April 8, 2006 (ALFASHIR) — Sudanese authorities accused Darfur rebel forces of attacking a convoy of schools buses transporting students, who did their exams in Al-Fashir town, the headquarters of (...)

Vice president reiterates Sudan commitment to reach peace in Darfur

April 8, 2006 (ABUJA) — The second vice-president, Ali Osman Taha, has reiterated the government's commitment and seriousness to reach a peace agreement in Darfur which will satisfy all the (...)

Ethiopian officials apply for political asylum in Ireland

April 8, 2006 (DULIN) — Four Ethiopian regional officials applied for asylum in Ireland at the end of an official visit. They were on a visit to launch a partnership between their towns and Dublin (...)

Some African govts hinder aid - UN envoy

April 8, 2006 (NAIROBI) — Spurned on recent trips to Africa, the United Nations' top humanitarian official has said some African leaders are hindering the world body's work at the expense of their (...)

bullet Saturday 8 April 2006

African leaders meet Sudan parties to seek Darfur breakthrough

April 8, 2006 (ABUJA) — Top African Union leaders were due to meet Sudanese government and rebel delegations in the Nigerian capital Saturday to try to end more than three years of deadly conflict (...)

Sudan restricting access to Darfur - aid workers

April 7, 2006 (NAIROBI) — The difficult relationship between the Sudanese government and aid workers who are trying to help some 2 million refugees in Darfur worsened this week. Aid workers say (...)

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