U.S. condemns South Sudan rebel leader’s call for renewed war

September 28, 2016 (JUBA)- The State Department has strongly condemned South Sudan's armed opposition leader’s call for armed resistance against the government, describing it as "inexcusable". South Sudan's rebel leader Riek Machar addresses a (...)

Sudan Sanctions: U.S. encourages non-commercial remittances and humanitarian transactions

September 28, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - U. S. officials Wednesday said that U.S. sanctions on Sudan do not include private and remittance humanitarian aid to the eastern African country and encouraged transactions with Khartoum within the framework of (...)

Former Murle Cobra leader meets President Kiir over new rebellion

September 28, 2016 (JUBA) – Deputy Minister of Defence and Veterans Affairs and former leader of Murle armed Cobra Faction, David Yau Yau, has met President Salva Kiir in Juba on Wednesday, a day after his deputy declared resumption of armed (...)


bullet Wednesday 16 July 2003

Sudan in search of funds to rebuild southern part of the country

ABUJA, July 16, 2003 (dpa) — The Sudanese government plans to mobilize funds for the rebuilding of the war-torn southern part of the country, Sudanese Second Vice President Moses Machar announced (...)

Egypt’s Maher, U.S. envoy Danforth discuss peace efforts in Sudan

CAIRO, July 16, 2003 (dpa) — Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher met Wednesday with the visiting United States envoy John Danforth for discussions on ongoing efforts to mediate an end to the (...)

US envoy visits Sudan amid peace talks deadlock

KHARTOUM, July 16 (AFP) — US peace envoy John Danforth held talks here Wednesday following the Sudanese government's rejection of US-backed proposals to end the country's 20-year-old civil war. (...)

Congress condemns slavery in Sudan, asks White House to push for sanctions

By LOLITA C. BALDOR Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON, Jul 16, 2003 (AP) — The House has passed a resolution condemning slavery in Sudan and asking the Bush administration to push for sanctions (...)

bullet Tuesday 15 July 2003

Heavy fighting in western Sudan

KHARTOUM, July 15 (AFP) — The Sudanese army said its troops were still fighting Tuesday in and around a western border garrison town that a separatist movement said it had captured the day before. (...)

bullet Monday 14 July 2003

Sudanese government sees "setback" at peace talks in Kenya

by Mohamed Ali Saeed KHARTOUM, July 13 (AFP) — The failure of the latest negotiations in Kenya to produce a draft peace deal between the Sudanese government and the southern rebels is a (...)

Sudan peace talks end without agreement

NAIROBI, July 12 (AFP) — A sixth round of talks aimed at ending a 20-year war between Sudan's government and southern-based rebels ended Saturday with the two sides failing to agree on a draft (...)

Beshir warns mediators to "go to hell" if they insist on Sudan peace draft

KHARTOUM, July 14 (AFP) — Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir defended Islamic law and told Kenyan-based mediators they can "go to hell" if they insist on pushing a draft peace settlement rejected (...)

Rebels launch fresh attacks in west Sudan

KHARTOUM, Sudan, Jul 14, 2003 (AP) — Armed rebels launched fresh attacks on a small town in western Sudan Monday, two days after 30 of their fighters were killed by government soldiers in the same (...)

Darfur rebels report 250 Sudanese soldiers dead in capture of garrison town

CAIRO, July 14 (AFP) — The Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM), a separatist rebel movement in the Darfur regions of western Sudan, said Monday it seized the garrison town of Al-Teinah in fighting (...)

bullet Sunday 13 July 2003

Sudanese government sees "setback" at peace talks in Kenya

by Mohamed Ali Saeed KHARTOUM, July 13 (AFP) — The failure of the latest negotiations in Kenya to produce a draft peace deal between the Sudanese government and the southern rebels is a (...)

bullet Saturday 12 July 2003

Clashes in west Sudan kill 30 rebels, undisclosed number of soldiers

Clashes in west Sudan kill 30 rebels, undisclosed number of soldiers KHARTOUM, Sudan, Jul 12, 2003 (AP) — About 30 rebels and an undisclosed number of government troops were killed during (...)

Sudan opposition call on Beshir to expand peace process

KHARTOUM, July 12 (AFP) — Sudan's northern opposition parties called on President Omar al-Beshir on Saturday to carry forward the peace process with the southern rebels, and expand it to include (...)

bullet Friday 11 July 2003

115 killed in Sudanese plane crash, child only survivor: official

By Mohamed Ali Saeed KHARTOUM, July 8 (AFP) — A total of 115 people were killed when a Sudanese airliner crashed in eastern Sudan Tuesday after reporting technical problems, leaving a (...)

bullet Sunday 6 July 2003

Sudan denies aiding Ugandan rebels, calls them terrorists, outlaws

KHARTOUM, July 5, 2003 (SUNA) — Sudan has affirmed its regard to the rebel Ugandan Lord Resistance Army (LRA) as a terrorist and outlaw organization, besides its commitment to the agreement which (...)

bullet Monday 30 June 2003

Sudan president marks coup anniversary with promise of peace

JUBA, Sudan, June 30 (AFP) — Sudanese President Omar el-Beshir on Monday marked the 14th anniversary of the military coup that brought him to power by saying Sudan's 20-year civil war was nearing (...)

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South Sudan president to address legislators of transitional parliament

August 11, 2016 (JUBA) - South Sudanese President, Salva Kiir, will on Monday next week address a transitional parliament of the new government formed per the August 2015 peace agreement with his (...)

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