S. Sudan rebels repulse government’s attempt to retake Bentiu: spokesperson

October 30, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) - South Sudan’s rebel faction of the Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement (SPLM-in-Opposition) led by former vice-president, Riek Machar, said they repulsed a counter-attack by government troops loyal to president (...)

Sudan’s Bashir orders army to launch decisive attack to end rebellion

October 29, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir has said that the Sudanese army (SAF) has won more than 40 battles in South Kordofan, Blue Nile and Darfur, recently ordering it to launch a decisive summer attack against (...)

South Sudan’s president to visit Khartoum on Saturday

October 29, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir Mayardit, will arrive in Khartoum on Saturday to discuss outstanding issues between the two countries and the ongoing conflict in South Sudan. South Sudan's president, Salva Kiir, (...)


bullet Friday 17 December 2004

Sudan government troops poised for renewed offensive in Darfur: AU general

ABUJA, Dec 17 (AFP) — The Sudanese government has carried out an offensive in the western region of Darfur and appears to be preparing further military action despite promises to respect a truce, (...)

Sudan government preparing new offensive in Darfur: AU commander

ABUJA, Dec 17 (AFP) — The Sudanese government has launched an offensive in the western region of Darfur and appears to be preparing further military action despite promises to respect a truce, the (...)

Sudanese govt signs ceasefire with small Darfur rebel group

N'DJAMENA, Chad, Dec 17, 2004 (AP) — The Sudanese government signed a cease-fire deal with a small rebel faction from the Darfur region Friday, with Sudanese authorities pledging to disarm (...)

Sudan’s Darfur inquiry threatens fresh controversy over international court

By Mark Turner, The Financial Times NEW YORK, Dec 17, 2004 — European and US United Nations ambassadors are struggling to head off what could be their most pointed battle yet over the (...)

Sudan’s Darfur displaced camp rife with violence

By Opheera McDoom KALMA CAMP, Sudan, Dec 17 (Reuters) - Zeinab Daoud went out to fetch firewood with five other girls as usual but this day was different. Two men on camels charged the group, (...)

Darfur war breeds ’dirty babies’

By Ishbel Matheson, BBC News DARFUR, Dec 15, 2004 — Fatma gently unwraps the bright, pink folds of her shawl, to reveal her baby girl. A young girl listens to women talking in a counselling tent (...)

Child’s-eye view of a hellish place

By Kristen A. Graham, The Philadelphia Inquirer Dec 16, 2004 — Jerry Ehrlich gave the children of Darfur shots and medicine. He cradled the dying ones when there was nothing more he could do for (...)

Canadian PM to join stream of leaders heading for Libya

Paul Martin OTTAWA, Dec 16 (AFP) — Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin will Sunday join the parade of leaders who have met Libya's Moamer Kadhafi this year, as the once pariah nation cements its (...)

AU to boost ceasefire observers in Darfur

KHARTOUM, Dec 16, 2004 (Xinhua) — An African Union (AU) official said here Thursday that AU would boost its ceasefire observers from the current 1,000 to 3,320 in the troubled western Darfur (...)

Former Sudanese VP dismisses alliance with Southern militia

KHARTOUM, Dec 14, 2004 (Sudan Radio Service) — Former Vice-President of Sudan Joseph Lagu says the formation of an alliance with a southern Sudanese militia group to fight the Sudan People's (...)

UN weighs up stopping aid work in Sudan’s Darfur

By Mark Turner, Financial Times UNITED NATIONS, Dec 16, 2004 — The United Nations may have to withdraw from humanitarian operations in Sudan's Darfur region if attacks on its workers continue, a (...)

Ethiopian ruling party to present candidates for national elections

ADDIS ABABA, Dec 16, 2004 (ENA) — The Ethiopian Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) — Ruling coalition — has announced that it is presenting 1,806 candidates representing member parties (...)

Stalled Sudan’s Darfur talks may resume Friday - AU

ABUJA, Nigeria, Dec 16, 2004 (PANA) — Stalled Darfur peace talks being held in the Nigerian capital of Abuja may resume Friday after Sudan assured the mediators it would withdraw its troops from (...)

Darfuris fleeing villages, report govt attacks

By Opheera McDoom KALMA CAMP, Sudan, Dec 16 (Reuters) - Darfuri Dowsa Ahmed Hassan said he was standing in the market place when he heard the Antonov plane's drone and watched it drop three (...)

bullet Thursday 16 December 2004

Sudan will stop attacks if Darfur rebels do-official

Ibrahim A. Omar KHARTOUM, Dec 16 (Reuters) - The Sudanese government will stop its military operations in the Darfur conflict zone in west Sudan if rebels in the area stop violating a ceasefire (...)

Clashes force suspension of South Darfur relief operations

NAIROBI, Dec 16, 2004 (IRIN) — The UN has suspended its relief operations in parts of the Sudanese state of South Darfur due to fighting between government and rebel forces, and a reported (...)

Mediators call key meeting on security in Darfur

By Camillus Eboh ABUJA, Dec 16 (Reuters) - The African Union could pave the way on Thursday for a restart of the Darfur peace talks in Nigeria if it confirms the government has stopped fighting (...)

Israelis held in Jordan on arms-smuggling to Darfur rebels: report

By Yossi Melman, Haaretz Dec 16, 2004 — Two Israelis have been arrested in Jordan on suspicion of smuggling arms to Sudanese rebels, a London-based Arabic-language newspaper reported Thursday (...)

Sudan starts trial of 78 suspected coup plotters

KHARTOUM, Dec 16 (Reuters) - Trial began in Sudan on Thursday for 78 men, including members of the leading Islamist opposition Popular Congress party and former military officers, accused of (...)

UN calls on Ethiopia, Eritrea to ease tension

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, Dec 16, 2004 (AP) — The U.N. Thursday urged Ethiopia and Eritrea to ease tensions and curb their tough talk over the simmering and unresolved border dispute that triggered a (...)

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