South Sudan army chief reconciles with rebel commander

September 29, 2016 (JUBA) - General Dau Aturjong, a high ranking military officer who abandoned government at the height of the civil war in 2014 and joined rebellion, has returned to the South Sudanese army (SPLA). General Dau Aturjong (ST) (...)

Sudan denies as rebels endorse Amnesty report on use of chemical weapons in Darfur

September 29, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese diplomat and military Thursday denied the use of chemical weapons in Darfur region following a report by Amnesty accusing the army of using it in the mountainous area of Jebel Marra in Darfur. In this (...)

Juba makes formal protest to Khartoum over Machar’s presence in Sudan

September 29, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - South Sudan made a formal protest to Khartoum for hosting the former First Vice President Riek Machar, a diplomat said on Thursday. South Sudan’s rebel leader Riek Machar addresses a press conference in his private (...)

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Rebel group says Ethiopia deploying troops in gas-rich Ogaden

May 14, 2006 (NAIROBI) — An Ethiopian rebel group on Sunday claimed the federal government is deploying troops in the country's southeastern Ogaden region ahead of a planned seismic survey by (...)

Six killed in protests against Darfur peace deal

May 14, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Six people were killed when demonstrators opposed to a peace deal the Sudanese government signed with Darfur rebels clashed with police in the war-torn region. An African (...)

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Demonstrations and angry against Darfur peace deal

May 14, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Violent demonstrations and angry proclamations against a Darfur peace deal have marred the agreement hailed by the international community as a first step to end the (...)

Darfur’s main rebel faction says Abuja accord still incomplete

May 13, 2006 (PARIS) — The Darfur's largest rebel faction, who signed a peace agreement with the Sudanese government, said Abuja accord still incomplete. The group demands that Khartoum responds (...)

Darfur rebel SLM’s Nur resists pressure to join peace deal

May 14, 2006 (ABUJA) — A rebel leader from Sudan's Darfur region has rebuffed the latest proposals from African Union (AU) mediators for him to join a peace deal despite intense pressure by (...)

Truce s talk, agony is real in Sudan’s Darfur

By Lydia Polgreen May 12, 2006 (MENAWASHIE, Darfur) — It took three months for Fatouma Moussa to collect enough firewood to justify a trip to sell it in the market town of Shangil Tobayi, half a (...)

Sudan’s Turabi disapproves Darfur peace deal

May 13, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The leader of the opposition Popular National Congress party (PNC), Hassan Abdellah al-Turabi, has condemned the Abuja peace accord on Darfur. Hassan al-Turabi In an (...)

Rift Valley Institute organizes Sudan course in Rumbek

By Manyang Mayom May 13, 2006 (RUMBEK) — The London based non-profit research and training organization, the Rift Vally Institute organized its third Sudan course here from 7 to 12 May. Some (...)

Sudanese official is a no-show in Washington

By Glenn Kessler May 13, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — Assistant Secretary of State Jendayi E. Frazer planned to meet yesterday at the State Department with a top Sudanese official linked by human rights (...)

Egypt urges reluctant rebel groups to join Darfur accord

May 13, 2006 (CAIRO) — Egypt has intensified contacts with the African Union (AU), the faction of Abdelwahid Nour of the Sudan Liberation Movement and the Movement for Justice and Equality for the (...)

Salva kiir stresses Sudan’s commitement to Abuja deal

May 13, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — First Vice-President Salva Kiir Mayardit has stressed the government's total commitment to the Abuja peace deal which it signed with the armed movement in Darfur adding (...)

Oromo rebels deny planting bombs in Ethiopian capital

May 13, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — The Oromo rebel movement denied any involvement in the nine bombs attacks across Ethiopian capital, the Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) is instead accusing the (...)

Sudan’s Darfur Uneasy Peace

May 13, 2006 (CAIRO) — It took six months of wrangling and a last-minute push by a top U.S. diplomat to negotiate a Darfur peace agreement - and it was signed only by Sudan's government and the (...)

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Ethiopia probes blasts in capital

May 13, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — Ethiopian authorities were on Saturday investigating the cause of a series of unclaimed explosions that hit different parts of the capital Addis Ababa and killed four (...)

Sudan-divestment draws attacks from business groups

May 3, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — A campaign to persuade universities and public pension funds to shed investments in companies doing business in Sudan is generating a backlash from fund managers and (...)

Analysts are skeptical about Darfur Peace Agreement

May 12, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — Despite the widely hailed peace agreement signed between the Sudanese government and the largest faction of Darfur's main rebel group, the Sudan Liberation Army, (...)

Chadians sheltering in Darfur forced to move again

May 12, 2006 (DAKAR) — At least 13,000 people have fled from fighting in Chad into the volatile Darfur region of Sudan in recent weeks, and because of abductions and attacks some are being (...)

Security Council pushes Sudan over UN Darfur force

May 12, 2006 (UNITED NATIONS) — The Security Council was expected to adopt a resolution next week increasing pressure on Sudan's government to allow a U.N. peacekeeping force into Darfur later (...)

EU to up pressure on Sudan for UN Darfur mission

May 12, 2006 (BRUSSELS) — The European Union will press Sudan on Monday to drop what diplomats see as growing resistance from Khartoum to a U.N. peace mission in Darfur, EU officials said on (...)

Pan African Parliament to assess women abuse in Darfur

May 11, 2006 (JOHANNESBURG) — The Pan African Parliament (PAP) is to send a mission to Sudan's strife-hit Darfur region to assess the abuse of women and children, it said Friday, and called for (...)


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