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 (...)

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bullet Tuesday 7 March 2006
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Chadian ruling party endorses Deby’s bid for third term

Mar 6, 2006 (NDJAMENA) — The governing party has endorsed beleaguered President Idriss Deby to run for a third term in May elections in the face of increasing political turmoil in the central (...)

Security situation in Western Equatoria is stable - official

Mar 6, 2006 (NAIROBI) — The Deputy Governor of Western Equatoria, Joseph Ngere Pachiko, says that the security situation in his state has improved. But he further added that there is still (...)

Sudan continues to curtail fundamental freedoms - UN

Mar 6, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudanese security services continue to resort to arbitary detention and torture against opponents and critics, jeopardising basic freedoms, a UN human rights (...)

Sudan oil fuels rapid growth in telecoms and internet sectors - report

Mar 6, 2006 (LONDON) — Sudan is Africa's largest country but more than 70% of its population live in its small towns and scattered across rural areas. The country sits strategically between (...)

Nine shot dead by armed men in South Sudan’s Jonglei State

Mar 6, 2006 (YUAI) — Nine people were shot dead and eight others wounded, when a group of armed civilians, suspected to be cattle raiders, attacked the Yuai area of Jonglei State last week. (...)

Sudan’s NDA condemns religious decrees targeting Communist Party

By Mahgoub al-Tigani Mar 6, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) criticized a fatwa (religious decree) issued by the Red Sea Ulama following a political seminar by the (...)

Emirates to launch flight to Addis Ababa by end-March

Mar 6, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — The Dubai-based Emirates Airlines said it has finalized preparations to launch flight to Addis Ababa three days a week as of 27 March 2006. The airlines also announced (...)

Friendly spaces for Darfur displaced children

Mar 6, 2006 (NYALA) — The first time Micha De Winter walked into a child-friendly space in a camp for displaced people in Darfur in March 2005, he found 150 children crowded into 25 square metres, (...)

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Darfur peace talks threatened by rebel SLM’s split

Mar 6, 2006 (ABUJA) — Another leadership squabble has emerged within the main rebel group fighting in Sudan's Darfur region, and mediators in the conflict said Monday the new division threatens (...)

Food prices rise after Eritrea limits foreign aid

Mar 6, 2006 (ASMARA) — Food has become more expensive and shortages more likely in Eritrea since the government slashed free foreign food aid to more than a million people six months ago, a U.N. (...)

Sudan unable to try Darfur suspects - UN

Mar 6, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudan's special court for Darfur is not able to try Sudanese officials responsible for war crimes and authorities continue to abuse freedom of expression, a top U.N. (...)

Darfur rebels renounce their leader at peace talks

Mar 6, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Leaders from the main Darfur rebel group on Monday renounced their party president, saying he was acting unilaterally and endangering fragile peace talks. SLM leader (...)

Sudan’s Taha to hold talks over Darfur with EU official

Mar 5, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The Second Vice-President, Ali Osman Taha, will hold talks with seniors EU officials during his visit to the Belgian capital, Brussels next Wednesday. Ali O. Taha The (...)

FEARTURE- Sudan’s efforts to prevent UN takeover in Darfur

Mer 5, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudan's government is uneasily waiting for a judgement to be made by the African Union (AU) Peace and Security Council on the fate of the 7,800-strong African peacekeeping (...)

Helping reduce Darfur women’s vulnerability

Mar 3, 2006 (EL FASHER) — During a meeting on violence against women in Kabkabiya town, North Darfur, participants cannot agree whether a person who falls pregnant after being raped should be (...)

Sudan informs US of its opposition to UN force in Darfur

Mar 5, 2006 (NEW YORK) — The Sudanese government enlightened the US Administration about its opposition to the UN peacekeeping force taking over AU force in Darfur, the official SUNA reported. Lam (...)

New split looms against SLM’s Abdelwahid

Mar 5, 2006 (ABUJA) — A 19 members group from the leadership of rebel Sudan Liberation Movement announced freezing the president of movement while they called for the holding of a general (...)

China starts oil drilling in Ethiopia’s Gambella

Mar 4, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — The Chinese petroleum company, Zhonguan Petroleum Exploration Bureau (ZPEB), last week started drilling the first exploration well in the Gambella basin, west Ethiopia. (...)

127 dead in south Sudan cholera outbreak

Mar 5, 2006 (CAIRO) — The death toll from a suspected outbreak of cholera in southern Sudan has risen to 127, the World Heath Organisation said. UNICEF photo shows casualties of a Cholera outbreak (...)

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Sudan orders US aid agencies to withdraw from Beja area

March 5, 2006 (ASMARA) — A U.S.-based aid agency suspended operations Sunday in Sudan's troubled northeastern region after the government ordered the only two international charity groups to (...)


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