SPLA-IO in W. Equatoria rejects calls to assemble in cantonment areas

September 26, 2016 (JUBA) – Opposition forces in Western Equatoria region have rejected calls by the newly appointed controversial First Vice President, Taban Deng Gai, to assemble in cantonment areas the forces of the Sudan People’s Liberation (...)

S. Sudan seeks regional backing against Machar-led rebels

September 27, 2016 (JUBA) – South Sudan government has started soliciting for support from countries in the region not to host and provide military support to a rebel groups with ambitions to oust the Juba regime through unconstitutional means. (...)

Khartoum says won’t serve as launching pad for armed S. Sudanese opposition

September 26, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour on Monday has said that his country wouldn’t serve as a launching pad for any armed opposition activities against South Sudan. Ibrahim Ghandour (Photo Suna) In a press (...)

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Chad - Ex-Defence Minister joins rebels, opposition says vote illegitimate

May 6, 2006 (N'DJAMENA) — Chadian crisis has seen a new development Saturday with the defection of one of the former barons in President Deby's regime, while the political opposition said the (...)

US hails Sudan’s willingness to accept UN force in Darfur

May 6, 2006 (UNITED NATIONS) — US Ambassador John Bolton welcomed Khartoum's "new willingness" to accept a UN peacekeeping force to take over from cash-strapped African Union (AU) troops in (...)

AU mediators pledge to coninue Darfur peace efforts

May 6, 2006 (ABUJA) — The African Union (AU) has promised to continue international efforts to bring lasting peace to western Sudan's Darfur region despite the refusal of a rebel group and a (...)

Rebels signed peace deal under diplomatic, military pressures - analyst

May 6, 2006 (LONDON) — Sudan Liberation Movement/Army (SLM/A) - Minni Menawi faction signed the AU brokered Darfur Peace Agreement because of the diplomatic and military pressures, a Sudanese (...)

UN Sudan Mission welcomes Darfur peace deal

May 6, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) on Saturday welcomed the signing of a peace agreement between the Sudanese government and a main rebel faction over the (...)

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Sudan welcomes UN peacekeepers after Darfur deal

May 6, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — A Sudanese government spokesman said on Saturday that United Nations peacekeepers now would be welcome in Darfur after a peace agreement between Khartoum and one of the (...)

Bush thanks 2 African leaders for Sudan work

May 6, 2006 (ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE) — President Bush thanked two African leaders on Saturday for their role in helping negotiate a peace pact to end the violent conflict in Sudan's Darfur region. (...)

Ethiopia Airlines mulls plan to buy more Boeing airplanes

May 6, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — Ethiopian Airlines considers to buy more Boeing airplanes in order to increase its annual net profit by 2010, an official said. Tewolde Gebre Mariam, executive officer (...)

Darfur conflict seen continuing despite peace deal

May 6, 2006 (LAGOS) — A peace deal signed by the largest rebel faction in Darfur and the Sudanese government will not end the three-year-old conflict, but could bring more protection for millions (...)

Darfur refugees wary of peace deal, no rush home

May 6, 2006 (GAGA, Chad) — Darfuri refugees sheltering in crowded camps in arid eastern Chad might have been expected to celebrate a long-awaited peace deal but they say they are in no rush to (...)

Joy and concerns over Darfur peace accord

May 6, 2006 (ABUJA) — The shouts of joy could not drown out concerns that the latest pledge of peace in Sudan's impoverished Darfur region would fail as past accords have, despite unprecedented (...)

Dallaire calls on Canada to send soldiers to Darfur

May 5, 2006 (OTTAWA) — Senator Romeo Dallaire, ex-commander of the UN mission during genocide in Rwanda in 1994, beseeched Ottawa to commit Canadian troops to a UN peacekeeping mission in Sudan's (...)

Uganda says most LRA rebels relocated to DR Congo

May 5, 2006 (KAMPALA) — The Uganda People's Defence Force (UPDF) has said about 95 per cent of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels in southern Sudan have relocated to eastern Democratic (...)

World must protect Darfur civilians, using force if necessary - Annan

May 5, 2006 (UNITED NATIONS) — Secretary-General Kofi Annan says the international community has an obligation to protect civilians in conflict-wracked Darfur using force if necessary, and he (...)

Sudan’s Darfur to remain dangerous place - US’s Zoellick

May 5, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick, who helped spur negotiators to agree to stop the killing in Darfur, said Friday the embattled East African country is far from (...)

UK says Darfur peace deal is ’very significant’

May 5, 2006 (LONDON) — Britain hailed as "very significant" a peace deal between the Sudanese government and a rebel group to help the strife-torn Sudanese region of Darfur. Hilary Benn (...)

FACTBOX- Darfur peace process

Some Questions and Answers About Darfur May 5, 2006 — Two years of peace talks culminated Friday with a Darfur peace treaty accepted by the government and the main rebel group. Some questions and (...)

US welcomes Darfur peace, says more needed to end violence

May 5, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — The United States praised a peace accord between the Sudanese government and the main Darfur rebel group as a "significant step" but said more efforts were needed to end (...)

Chadian opposition contests turnout figures for Deby election

MAy 5, 2006 (N'DJAMENA) — Chad's President Idriss Deby appears set to win a new term, but his government and his opponents are contesting the turnout figures for the presidential election. Ibni (...)

Salva Kiir works hard to resolve tribal conflicts in South Sudan

May 5, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The State Minister at the presidency, Telar Ring Deng, has said that the First Vice-President, Lt-Gen Salva Kiir Mayardit, was delayed in the southern states because he (...)


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