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South Sudan president solicits global support against sanctions

September 30, 2016 (JUBA) - South Sudanese President, Salva Kiir, has pleaded with foreign diplomats to influence their governments and citizens to help him and his administration secure assurances of the global community that the country would (...)

South Sudan army denies armed clashes in Morobo

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Sudan opens oil pipeline able to pump 500,000 bpd

April 10, 2006 (FALLOUJ) — Sudan's oil minister on Monday inaugurated its newest pipeline, which will raise oil production to 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) and provide a structure to potentially (...)

Sudanese parties resume direct negotiations over Darfur conflict

April 10, 2006 (ABUJA) — Parties to Sudan's Darfur conflict have resumed direct negotiations following a weekend meeting with African Union leaders, officials said Monday. Salih Bashirtya, a (...)

Sudan’s Kiir affirms seriousness to develop partnership with the ruling NCP

April 10, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Before the South Sudan parliament, the Sudanese first vice-president asserted the seriousness of his movement to develop partnership with the ruling party on how to (...)

Ethiopian embassy accuses asylum seekers in Ireland

April 10, 2006 (DUBLIN) — The Ethiopian embassy in Dublin has said it believed that four local government officials who sought asylum while on an official visit here last month did so for economic (...)

No decision made on sending NATO advisers to Darfur - US

April 10, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — The United States said no decision had been made on sending hundreds of NATO advisers to Sudan's troubled Darfur region, despite a report that Washington was pushing (...)

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NATO officials cautious on support for Darfur peacekeepers

April 10, 2006 (BRUSSELS) — NATO officials gave a cautious response Monday to a report that the United States will propose sending several hundred alliance advisers to beef up an African (...)

UN’s Egeland unbowed by Khartoum row

April 10, 2006 (DUBAI) — Senior UN official Jan Egeland warned Today that he would not hold his punches if the Sudanese government made good on its promise to allow him into the restive western (...)

US backs move to send NATO advisers to AU force in Darfur - WP

By Bradley Graham and Colum Lynch, The Washington Post April 11, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — The Bush administration has settled on the idea of sending up to several hundred NATO advisers to help bolster (...)

Fears over sectarian violence in south Sudan

April 9, 2006 (JUBA) — The situation in Mirmir in Unity State south Sudan was still calm despite the burning down of a Mosque and a Church in two separate incidents last week. Al-Khartoum daily (...)

African observers start deployment on Sudan-Chad border

April 9, 2006 (TRIPOLI) — The deployment of military monitors through the Sudan Chad border has started today. African observers departed from Tripoli, Libya, to monitor the common border from (...)

200 Kenyan teachers to Sudan soon

April 9, 2006 (NAIROBI) — Kenya is to send 200 primary school teachers to Sudan soon, acting Education minister Dr Noah Wekesa has announced. According to Nairobi based The Standard, the minister (...)

Uganda seeks arrests of LRA rebels hiding in Congo

By Joyce Mulama April 9, 2006 (NAIROBI) — Uganda has appealed to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to disarm and arrest rebels hiding in the vast central African country. The government of (...)

Rebels launch assault in southern Chad

April 9, 2006 (N'DJAMENA) — Insurgents sworn to ousting Chad's President Idriss Deby attacked an army base in the remote southeast on Sunday and said they had taken two other towns in what the (...)

Salva Kiir to address South Sudan parliament

April 9, 2006 (JUBA) — The first vice-president and president of Southern Sudan government, Lt-Gen Salva Kiir Mayardit, will address the opening session of the second round of the transitional (...)

AU’s Nguesso urges Sudanese parties to conclude Darfur peace deal

April 9, 2006 (ABUJA) — Dennis Sassou-Nguesso, Congo's president and current head of the African Union urged Sudanese parties in Darfur peace talks to make the necessary concessions to end the (...)

Sudan’s Kiir to inaugurate pumping of oil from blocks 3, 7

April 9, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudanese first Vice-President Salva Kiir Mayardit, and Minister of Energy and Mining, Awad Ahmed Al-Jazz, are to inaugurate Monday 10 April the pumping of oil (Dar (...)

Death toll from Djibouti boat accident rises to 109

April 9, 2006 (DJIBOUTI) — The death toll from last week's boat accident in Djibouti has risen to 109 after navy and coast guard crews recovered more bodies, the state-owned news agency reported. (...)

Darfur crisis deteriorates, global efforts stymied

April 9, 2006 (UNITED NATIONS) — Efforts to stop atrocities in Sudan's Darfur region are unraveling, with a new peacekeeping force uncertain, relief aid under attack and U.N. sanctions stymied, (...)

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African leaders fail to break Darfur impasse

April 9, 2006 (ABUJA) — Intensive talks involving two African heads of state who tried to bring the warring parties from Sudan's Darfur region closer to a peace agreement failed to produce any (...)

Darfur peace talks make "some progress" - official

April 9, 2006 (ABUJA) — African leaders emerged from their first attempt at brokering peace in Sudan's Darfur region without a major development Sunday, though Sudan's lead negotiator said the (...)


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