AUHIP suspends Sudan’s pre-dialogue meeting in Ethiopia

April 1, 2015 (KHARTOUM) – The African Union High Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) announced that it has indefinitely suspended the pre-dialogue preparatory meeting that was scheduled to take place this week after the government and its (...)

Bashir announces that Sudanese planes are pounding Houthi targets in Yemen

April 1, 2015 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir announced today that the country's air force swung into action as part of the Saudi-led coalition against the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen. Undated Al-Arabiya TV (...)

US president declares South Sudan conflict a national security threat

April 1, 2015 (JUBA) - President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, on Tuesday signed executive order number13664 to deal with the ongoing crisis in South Sudan, saying the raging civil war poses a threat to US national security and (...)

S. Sudan minister claims joining ICC unnecessary

April 1, 2015 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s justice minister has maintained the country’s courts are competent to try war crimes and human rights abuses, saying joining the Hague-based International Criminal Court (ICC) was unnecessary. Photo shows the (...)


bullet Friday 25 March 2005

Eritrea orders army to "stay alert" - report

ABBDIS ABABA, Mar 25, 2005 (Sudan Tribune) — According to reports from Asmara, the Eritrean government has ordered its army to stay alert in order to resolve the border dispute with Ethiopia once (...)

Cambodia readies first peacekeepers to be cease-fire observers in Sudan

By KER MUNTHIT, Associated Press Writer PHNOM PENH, Cambodia, Marc 25, 2005 (AP) — Cambodia said Friday that it will send a small team of military officers to Sudan as part of a United Nations (...)

Former Sudan rebels welcome UN force, warn deployment still faces hurdles

KHARTOUM, March 25 (AFP) — Sudan's former southern rebels on Friday welcomed a UN decision to send 10,000 peacekeepers to secure the peace accord they signed in January with Khartoum but stressed (...)

Sudan government investiges attack on USAID worker

KHARTOUM, March 25 (AFP) — Sudanese authorities in cooperation with the US embassy have launched an investigation into an incident in which a USAID worker was shot and wounded in the troubled (...)

France postpones vote on Sudan accountability

By NICK WADHAMS, Associated Press Writer UNITED NATIONS, Mar 25, 2005 (AP) — France announced Wednesday it would delay submitting a draft resolution on prosecuting Sudanese war crimes suspects (...)

Japan welcomes UN resolution on Sudan, examines participation

TOKYO, Mar 25, 2005 (Kyodo) — Japan on Friday welcomed a unanimously passed resolution by the U.N. Security Council to send peacekeepers to southern Sudan and said it will examine the possibility (...)

United Nations votes to send peacekeepers to South Sudan

By NICK WADHAMS, Associated Press Writer UNITED NATIONS, Mar 25, 2005 (AP) — The U.N. Security Council voted to send 10,700 peacekeepers to Sudan to monitor a peace deal ending a 21-year-civil (...)

French Total opens talks with South Sudan govt over White Nile deal

By Stephen Foley, The Independent LONDON, Mar 24, 2005 — The French energy giant Total has opened talks with the government of South Sudan in the hope of getting the new authority to repudiate (...)

Uganadan rebel leader fleeing towards Ethiopia

KAMPALA, Mar 24, 2005 (New Vision) — Joseph Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels are now in Bor in Jonglei, moving towards the Sudan/ Ethiopia border. Intelligence sources said the (...)

Sudan rules out ties with Israel

Omer Al Beshir KHARTOUM, March 24 (AFP) — Sudan ruled out establishing diplomatic relations with Israel but said it would not oppose other Arab countries from doing so, the official news agency (...)

UN admits to 500,000-dollar peacekeeper telephone fraud in Eritrea

ASMARA, March 24 (AFP) — The UN Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE) acknowledged Thursday that some of its peacekeepers and civilian staff had defrauded the operation of more than 500,000 (...)

Sudan, Saudi sign deal on combating militant attacks

KHARTOUM, March 24 (AFP) — Sudan and Saudi Arabia signed two agreements on strengthening cooperation in the fight against terrorism and narcotics, the countries' respective interior ministers (...)

bullet Thursday 24 March 2005

US non-committal on French move for Darfur trials

WASHINGTON, March 24 (AFP) — The United States was non-committal Thursday on a French push to try war crimes from Sudan's Darfur region in an international tribunal rejected by Washington. UN (...)

Ethiopia, Eritrea risk starting new war - UN envoy

OTTAWA, March 24 (Reuters) - Ethiopia and Eritrea run the risk of starting a new war over a long-running border dispute, with tensions being fueled by irresponsible arms sales to both (...)

Chad accuses Sudan of harboring, arming opposition

NDJAMENA, Mar 24, 2005 (Sudan Tribune) — According to reliable sources, the Chadian president, Idris Déby, accused Sudan of harboring and arming the Chadian opposition in western Sudan to (...)

Sudan court indicts 72 for coup attempt

KHARTOUM, March 24 (Reuters) - A Sudanese court has indicted 72 men, including members of the opposition Islamist Popular Congress (PCP) party, for involvement in an attempted coup, party (...)

UPDATE-France delays UN vote on criminal court for Sudan

UNITED NATIONS, March 24 (Reuters) - France backed off from a confrontation with the United States on Thursday and said it would delay until next week a U.N. vote on a resolution referring (...)

TEXT- France draft resolution on Sudan to the UN Security Council

United Nations Security Council S/2005/199 (United Nations-new-york-2005-03-23) The Security Council, Taking note of the report of the International Commission of Inquiry on violations (...)

Sudan’s Darfur at risk of more violence thanks to UN rift

KHARTOUM, March 24 (AFP) — The rift between United Nations members over how to make Khartoum accountable for crimes committed in the war-torn Darfur region makes the prospect of further violence (...)

Ethiopian army accused of horrific rights abuses in Gambella

NAIROBI, March 24 (AFP) — Ethiopia's army has committed massive human rights abuses that may constitute crimes against humanity against the indigenous Anuak population in the country's (...)

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