Former Murle Cobra leader meets President Kiir over new rebellion

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Five parties pull out of Sudan’s opposition NCF

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Diplomatic ties with Eritrea improving - Sudan’s FM

April 14, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The minister of foreign affairs, Lam Akol, has affirmed that Sudanese-Eritrean ties were improving. During a press conference at Khartoum Airport, yesterday, he said: (...)

AU envoy, Sudanese vice-president hold talks for the second time

April 14, 2006 (ABUJA) — The African Union special envoy and chief Mediator, Salim Ahmed Salim met today, the Sudanese second vice-president, Ali Osman Taha, at the venue of the Talks. Sudan's (...)

Sudan top negotiator predicts agreement on economic axis soon

April 14, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Chairman of the government negotiating team in Abuja peace talks, Majzoub Al-Khalifa, said he expects an agreement will be reached on the economic axis within two days (...)

Central African closes border with Sudan

April 14, 2006 (BANGUI) — Central African Republic closed its border with Sudan on Friday in protest at what it called Khartoum's "aggression" following rebel attacks on its neighbour Chad, its (...)

US urges Chad, Sudan to resolve differences through talks

April 14, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — The State Department criticized Chad's decision to suspend diplomatic relations with Sudan and urged the countries to settle their differences through dialogue. "Our (...)

Transitional recovery efforts in Sudan’s Bahr el Gazal deteriorating

By John Deng Ayok* April 14, 2006 (RUMBEK) — The comprehensive peace agreement brought along both positives and negatives, this was an expectation as every human activity has two sides of which (...)

Sudan to summon Chad envoy over diplomatic break

April 14, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudanese foreign ministry will ask the Chadian ambassador to explain his government's decision to severe diplomatic relations with Khartoum, a spokesman said (...)

Ethiopian raiders attack Kenyan border villages - report

April 14, 2006 (NAIROBI — Hundreds of Kenyan herders have been displaced following an attack by Ethiopian insurgents on villages near the Kenya-Ethiopia border, the Kenyan NTV reported. The (...)

US’s Rice: `World needs to act’ to protect Sudan’s Darfur

April 14, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called Thursday for speedy deployment of a U.N. peacekeeping force to western Sudan, charging that the Khartoum government (...)

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Chad breaks off diplomatic ties with Sudan

April 14, 2006 (N'DJAMENA — Chad broke off diplomatic relations with Sudan on Friday and threatened to expel 200,000 Sudanese refugees, blaming its neighbor for a rebel attack a Cabinet official (...)

Chad belligerents’ parties must not attack civilians, ethnic groups

April 13, 2006 (NEW YORK) — The Chadian government, rebel groups, and their backers in Khartoum must ensure that their forces do not attack civilians or target ethnic groups, Human Rights Watch (...)

Egypt expresses concern over Chad-Sudan tension

April 13, 2006 (CAIRO) — Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Abul-Gheit said on Thursday Egypt was deeply worried over the recent tensions between Sudan and Chad, noting that Cairo was involved in (...)

Sudan denies involvement in Chadian unrest

April 13, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The minister of foreign affairs, Lam Akol, has said that Sudan has no connection with the incidents taking place in Chad and said it was an internal affair. Lam Akol (...)

ICRC Bulletin No. 41 - Sudan

13 April 2006 — Precarious situation for the people of Jebel Marra Since the upsurge of violence in the Jebel Marra area of Western Darfur at the end of January 2006, the ICRC has been working (...)

Chad accuses Sudan of instigating coup attempt

April 13, 2006 (CAIRO) — Chad accused Sudan Thursday of engineering the ongoing military offensive by dissident forces to unseat President Idriss Deby, an allegation echoed in Sudan by the Darfur (...)

FACTBOX-Chad’s Deby, "cowboy of the sands"

Idriss Deby April 13, 2006 — Chad President Idriss Deby said N'Djamena was under government control on Thursday after rebels aiming to oust him attacked the capital. Here are some key facts (...)

Darfur rebels say Sudan engineered Chad unrest

April 13, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — Sudan's Darfur rebels on Thursday accused Khartoum of engineering the coup attempt in neighbouring Chad to crush their three-year-old uprising, charges vehemently (...)

Sudan’s SPLM call for the relocation of Juba University to South Sudan

April 13, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) has called for the relocation of Juba University back to southern Sudan, following the boycott of examinations by the (...)

Darfur breakthrough possible in Abuja talks - US

April 13, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — A senior U.S. State Department official said Thursday conditions may be ripe for a breakthrough in the long running Darfur peace talks in Nigeria. US Deputy Secretary (...)

Gail India shows interest to explore for gas in Ethiopia

April 13, 2006 (MUMBAI) — State-owned Gail India Ltd on Thursday said it has been shortlisted by Ministry of Mines and Energy, Ethiopia, to participate in the bidding process for exploration and (...)


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