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 (...)

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 (...)

Salva Kiir discusses Sudan’s security deal with SPLM-N rebels

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Darfur, a region mired in conflict

April 28, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Darfur, a vast arid region of Sudan the size of France, has been wracked by civil war since February 2003 causing one of the world's worst humanitarian catastrophes. (...)

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US Bush warns Sudan to respect human rights in Darfur

April 28, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — US President George W. Bush called on the government of Sudan to act in "full compliance" with international calls for peace in the troubled Darfur region of Sudan. (...)

Kenya closes border with Ethiopia over attacks

April 28, 2006 (NAIROBI) — Security officers have sealed off the Kenya-Ethiopia border at Moyale and Marsabit Districts, the Kenyan Standard reported. The move follows an incident on Wednesday 26 (...)

Sudan under pressure as Darfur peace deadline nears

April 27, 2006 (KHARTOUM) - Khartoum, facing a Sunday deadline to clinch a peace deal with Darfur rebels, is already under intense international pressure after being slapped with sanctions (...)

Darfur rebels dissatisfied as push for peace intensifies

April 28, 2006 (ABUJA) — Rebels from the Darfur region of Sudan are dissatisfied with a proposed peace settlement, rebel leaders said on Friday, as pressure built for them to strike a deal with (...)

US Congress members arrested at Sudan protest

April 28, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — Five Congress members were willingly arrested and led away from the Sudanese Embassy in plastic handcuffs Friday in protest of the Sudanese government's role in (...)

Repatriation of Sudanese refugees in Uganda to start next week

April 28, 2006 (KAMPALA) — The voluntary repatriation of southern Sudanese refugees who have lived in neighbouring Uganda for decades will begin next week, thanks to better security in the region, (...)

WFP halving Darfur rations on funds shortage

April 28, 2006 (GENEVA) — The U.N. food agency said Friday it is halving rations to more than 3 million people in Sudan's embattled Darfur region because of a shortage of funds. Teams of women (...)

Arms still pouring into Sudan’s Darfur - UN

April 28, 2006 (UNITED NATIONS) — Arms are still pouring into Sudan's embattled Darfur region in violation of a U.N. arms ban, U.N. experts said on Thursday. A rebel of the Justice and Equality (...)

Rwandan troops leave for peacekeeping mission in Sudan

April 27, 2006 (KIGALI) — A contingent of 67 Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) troops have been airlifted to Sudan's troubled region of Darfur on an AU peacekeeping mission. Rwandan soldiers belonging to (...)

Nigerian president, AU top mediator review Darfur talks progress

April 27, 2006 (ABUJA) — The African Union top mediator and the Nigerian president reviewed here latest development in Darfur peace talks. President Olusegun Obasanjo and Salim reviewed (...)

US Rice sees AU mission in Darfur not enough

April 27, 2006 (SOFIA) — The African Union (AU) mission in Sudan's Darfur region is not enough and should be taken over by the United Nations, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said (...)

World Bank agrees to reallocate oil revenue to Chadian government

April 27, 2006 (NDJAMENA) — The World Bank is close to ending a six month spat by agreeing a compromise deal that would allow President Idriss Deby to access more of the country's oil revenues, (...)

Two abducted in Ethiopian incursion into northern Kenya

April 27, 2006 (NAIROBI) — A soldier was injured during heavy fighting between Kenyan soldiers and Ethiopian forces in Moyale District, the police said yesterday. About 60 Ethiopian soldiers (...)

Oscar winner actor urges more aid, intervention in Darfur

April 27, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — Actor George Clooney, just back from Africa, said Thursday that Americans should not "turn our heads and look away" from genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan. (...)

Darfur official calls for better cooperation with UN

April 27, 2006 (AL-FASHIR) — Governor of North Darfur State Mohamed Yousif Kibir called for promoting cooperation between the Government and the United Nations for providing services to the people (...)

"Unidentified" planes drop Chadian rebels in Central Africa

April 27, 2006 (BANGUI) — Two aircraft each carrying around 50 armed men suspected of links to a rebellion in neighbouring Chad have landed illegally in Central African Republic's lawless north, a (...)

Ethiopia-Eritrea border talks postponed

April 27, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — Talks set for this week aimed at resolving border tensions between arch-rival Horn of Africa neighbors Ethiopia and Eritrea have been postponed, UN and diplomatic (...)

US Bush raises pressure as Darfur deadline nears

April 27, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — President George W. Bush announced new sanctions on Thursday against people suspected of aiding genocide in Sudan's Darfur region, as peace talks in Nigeria neared a (...)

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Amnesty urges Sudan to free detained Chadian opposition leader

April 27, 2006 (LONDON) — Amnesty International urged Sudanese authorities to free a Chadian opposition leader detained without charge since October last year in a Sudanese prison. Mohamat Sileck (...)


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