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 (...)

JEM rebels says ready for POWs swap

April 1, 2015 (KHARTOUM) - Darfur’s rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) on Wednesday has expressed readiness to release prisoners of war (POWs) within the framework of the Sa’ihoon initiative. Rebel fighters from the Justice and Equality (...)

Sudan says role in Yemen campaign aimed at defending the Two Holy Mosques

March 31, 2015 (KHARTOUM) – Sudan’s president Omer Hassan al-Bashir said they participated in the Saudi-led military campaign against Yemen’s Huthis in order to “repulse the aggression against the Two Holy Mosques”. Sudanese President Omer Hassan (...)


bullet Wednesday 9 March 2005

Sudan needs US$7.8 billion for emergency reconstruction

By RODRIQUE NGOWI, Associated Press Writer NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 9, 2005 (AP) — Sudan needs some US$7.8 billion (A?5.89 billion) over the next 2 1/2 years for emergency reconstruction now that a (...)

Sudan rebel group wants trials before peace talks

KHARTOUM, March 9 (Reuters) - A Sudanese rebel group will not take part in talks on peace in Darfur until war crimes suspects in the troubled region are referred to an international court for (...)

Oil causes first crack in Sudan peace deal but stability not endangered

CAIRO, March 9 (AFP) — An oil dispute between Khartoum and former southern rebels is proving to be the first challenge to the peace deal they reached in January, but analysts and officials say (...)

Committee seeks help to reintegrate SPLM/A ex-fighters

KHARTOUM, Sudan, Mar 9, 2005 (PANA) — A committee set up to disarm, demobilise and reintegrate combatants following last January's peace agreement between Khartoum and the Sudan Peoples Liberation (...)

US House committee votes to boost Sudan aid

WASHINGTON, March 8 (AFP) — The House of Representatives Appropriations Committee narrowly voted Tuesday to boost emergency US food aid to Sudan by 150 million dollars. Jesse Jackson Jr The (...)

Darfur rebels boycott ceasefire commission

KHARTOUM, March 9 (Reuters) - Rebels in Sudan's Darfur said on Tuesday they boycotted the activities of a ceasefire monitoring body because they are not consulted on decisions affecting African (...)

Nigeria president- AU wants to bring Darfur rights abusers to justice

By THOMPSON AKPOGO, Associated Press Writer ABUJA, Nigeria, Mar 8, 2005 (AP) — The African Union is studying how to bring human rights violators in Sudan's western Darfur region to justice, (...)

Sudan reiterates rejection to foreign intervention in Darfur

KHARTOUM, Mar 8, 2005 (Xinhua) — The Sudanese government on Tuesday reiterated its rejection to any foreign intervention in the troubled Darfur region. M. Ismail Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa (...)

INTERVIEW-Sudanese women struggle to survive childbirth-UNFPA

By Opheera McDoom KHARTOUM, March 8 (Reuters) - Sudanese women have one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world and desperately need medical help and education, the country head of (...)

AU chief slams slow response to Darfur crisis

ADDIS ABABA, March 8 (AFP) — African Union (AU) commission chairman Alpha Oumar Konare denounced the international community for its slow response to the humanitarian crisis in Sudan's troubled (...)

Britain backs UN sanctions after losing patience in Sudan crisis

Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian LONDON, March 8, 2005 — The British government is to back punitive measures against the Sudanese government after losing patience over the worsening humanitarian (...)

SPLM office in Khartoum seeks to boost ties with political parties

KHARTOUM, Mar 8, 2005 (Sudan Tribune) — Under directive of John Garang, a delegation from SPLM office in Khartoum lead by Agog Ma Kor, paid a visit to general political parties in Khartoum. Head (...)

Japan sends team to study UN peacekeeping role in Sudan

TOKYO, Mar 8, 2005 (Kyodo) — Japan will send a team of experts to Sudan to study the feasibility of taking part in a possible UN peacekeeping operation there, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroyuki (...)

Kenyan president due in Ethiopia for talks on Somalia, region

Mwai Kibaki NAIROBI, March 8 (AFP) — Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki is to visit Ethiopia this week for talks with top Ethiopian and African Union officials amid controversy over the AU-authorized (...)

Stigma drives Darfur women to risky abortions

By Nima Elbagir KHARTOUM, March 8 (Reuters) - Khadeeja came to Khartoum to avoid the stigma in her village that led other young women like her, pregnant after being raped by militiamen, to seek (...)

bullet Tuesday 8 March 2005

World remains paralysed over what to do next in Darfur: ICG

NAIROBI/BRUSSELS, 8 March 2005 (ICG) — The UN Security Council must overcome its divisions over Darfur and act immediately to halt the mounting atrocities and death toll there. Darfur: The (...)

Sudan calls on US to probe nuclear waste report

KHARTOUM, March 8 (AFP) — Sudan's Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail demanded Tuesday that the United States look into reports of nuclear waste it had allegedly buried in the country more than (...)

Aid agencies’ rape reports "political", Sudan says

KHARTOUM, March 8 (Reuters) - Sudan on Tuesday accused three international aid agencies of an orchestrated political campaign to play up the issue of rape in its troubled Darfur region to (...)

Sudanese southerners plan dialogue to achieve consensus, reconciliation

NAIROBI, Mar 8, 2005 (Xinhua) — Southern Sudanese political parties, militia and armed groups are expected to meet in Kenya this week to draw up an agenda for the long awaited conference aimed at (...)

Sudanese FM blames SPLM over Darfur, oil

KHARTOUM, Mar 8, 2005 (Sudan Tribune) — Sudanese Foreign affairs minister Mustafa Osman Ismail criticized yesterday Sudan People's Libration Movement (SPLM). He accused the former rebels of (...)

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