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 (...)

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 Sunday 3 April 2005

Five Ethiopians sentenced to 14 years each for killing Sudanese refugees

ADDIS ABABA, April 2 (AFP) — Ethiopia's high court has sentenced five people to 14 years in prison each for killing 28 southern Sudanese in 2002 in ethnically-motivated unrest, state media (...)

Sudanese students demonstrate against UN Darfur resolution

KHARTOUM, April 2 (AFP) — Some 300 Sudanese students staged a demonstration in Khartoum to protest a UN resolution referring individuals accused of war crimes in Darfur to the International (...)

bullet Saturday 2 April 2005

Sudan stages angry protest to condemn US, France over UN resolution

By MOHAMED OSMAN KHARTOUM, Sudan, Apr 2, 2005 (AP) — Some 2,000 protesters staged an angry street demonstration in the Sudanese capital Saturday condemning a U.N. Security Council resolution (...)

Ethiopian court jails 5 for refugee massacre

ADDIS ABABA, April 2 (Reuters) - An Ethiopian court has sentenced three people to up to 14 years in prison for the ethnically-motivated murder of 28 people in western Gambella region, state media (...)

Sudan’s potential is starting to attract many oil majors

By Rebecca Bream, Financial Times LONDON, Apr 2, 2005 — Sudan is not the sort of place where cautious oil majors are happy to operate, but its potential as a significant crude producer means they (...)

Sudanese students march in protest against UN

KHARTOUM, April 2 (Reuters) - Hundreds of Sudanese students gathered on Saturday to denounce a U.N. decision to refer those accused of war crimes in Darfur region to the International Criminal (...)

Eastern Sudan rebels prepare for war with show of force

NEAR TELKOK, Sudan, April 2 (AFP) — A bewitching Arabic tune wafts through tents scattered around the desert plain here in rebel-held eastern Sudan when the mood shifts suddenly with the arrival (...)

Denmark welcomes UN resolution on Darfur

COPENHAGEN, April 1 (AFP) — Danish Foreign Minister Per Stig Moeller welcomed on Friday the UN agreement to try Darfur war criminals at the International Criminal Court. "It is a very significant (...)

Canada backs Darfur trials at ICC

OTTAWA, April 1 (AFP) — Canada on Friday expressed support for the trials of Darfur crimes before the International Criminal Court, as called for in a new UN Security Council resolution. Paul (...)

Germany welcomes UN resolution on Darfur war crimes

BERLIN, April 1 (AFP) — The German government on Friday welcomed the adoption of a UN resolution to try war criminals from the conflict in Sudan's violence-wracked western region of Darfur at the (...)

US opposition to ICC remains firm despite Sudan vote

By GEORGE GEDDA, Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON, Apr 1, 2005 (AP) — The United States remains firmly opposed to the International Criminal Court despite American acquiescence to ICC (...)

Court gathers proof on Sudan war crimes

By ANTHONY DEUTSCH, Associated Press Writer THE HAGUE, Netherlands, Apr 01, 2005 (AP) — The chief prosecutors of the International Criminal Court began gathering evidence Friday on war crimes in (...)

EU hails decision to send Sudan crimes to court

BRUSSELS, April 1 (Reuters) - The European Union on Friday hailed a United Nations decision to refer suspected war crimes in Sudan to a new International Criminal Court, calling the move a key (...)

Sudan raps France over Security Council resolution

KHARTOUM, Apr 1, 2005 (Sudan Tribune) — Text of report by Qatari Al-Jazeera satellite TV on telephone interview with Sudanese Information Minister Abd-al-Basit Sabadrat, in Khartoum, by Al-Jazeera (...)

Ethiopian election monitors say expulsion broke promise

WASHINGTON, Apr 1, 2005 (AP) — Three U.S. democracy organizations whose representatives had been expelled from Ethiopia for having the wrong visas said they had received assurances that their (...)

Sudan’s ruling party urges government to reject UN resolution

KHARTOUM, April 1 (AFP) — Sudan's ruling party called on the government to reject in its entirety a UN Security Council resolution referring individuals accused of war crimes in Darfur to the (...)

bullet Friday 1 April 2005

US claims ’precedent-setting’ victory on Darfur tribunal vote

WASHINGTON, April 1 (AFP) — The United States claimed a "precedent-setting" victory in a UN resolution to try war crimes from Sudan's Darfur region in the International Criminal Court opposed by (...)

INTERVIEW-Eritrea says border stalemate will lead to war

By Ed Harris ASMARA, April 1 (Reuters) - The stalemate between Ethiopia and Eritrea over their border is unsustainable and will lead to war, although peaceful options to end it remain open, a (...)

Ruling party, religious leaders say UN decision targets Islam

By MOHAMED OSMAN, Associated Press Writer KHARTOUM, Sudan, Apr 1, 2005 (AP) — Sudanese hard-liners vowed Friday to defy a U.N. Security Council resolution referring Darfur war crimes suspects to (...)

UN resolution brings hope over Sudan’s Darfur conflict

KHARTOUM, April 1 (AFP) — A UN agreement to prosecute Darfur war criminals at the International Criminal Court boosted hopes of a end to political stalemate in the Sudanese region where thousands (...)

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