Tuesday 3 March 2015
March 2, 2015 (KHARTOUM) - The government of Denmark has contributed $2.3 million to the Sudan Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) for 2015 following its contribution of $22.7 million since 2008 to help address growing humanitarian needs in (...)
Friday 20 February 2015
February 19, 2015 (BOR) – A Danish aid group has paid at least $13,200 in compensation after 15 houses were accidently destroyed by a fire during a mine clearing exercise in Makol Cuei village in Jonglei state’s Bor. Jack Michael (...)
Thursday 24 July 2014
July 23, 2014 (NEW YORK) – The United Nations secretary-general, Ban Ki-Moon, on Wednesday announced the appointment of Ellen Margrethe Loj as the new head of its mission in South Sudan (UNMISS). The new head of the UN Mission in South (...)
Thursday 1 April 2004
HELSINKI, April 1, 2004 (KUNA) — Denmark announced Thursday that it has agreed to send army troops to Sudan as part of the United Nations (UN) SHIRBRIG group.
Speaking to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), the Danish Foreign Ministry in charge (...)
Friday 2 July 2004
COPENHAGEN, July 2 (AFP) — Denmark has agreed to give an additional 15 million kroner (2.0 million euros, 2.47 million dollars) in aid to Sudan’s strife-torn state of Darfur, bringing its total aid to the state to 45 million kroner since (...)
Saturday 28 September 2013
September 27, 2013 (ADDIS ABABA) – Ethiopia on Friday accused arch-rival Eritrea of continuing to destabilise the East African region by supporting armed groups and terrorists organisations such as Al-Qaida allied Al-Shabaab.
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Open letter to UN secretary-general2015-09-01 09:11:28
To Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
Secretary-General of the United Nations
Dear Mr. Ban,
Tuesday, 1st September 2015
To the military parade in Beijing on September 3rd you have been invited as (...)
The perilous change in Darfur’s demography2015-08-28 08:10:36
By Eric Reeves
The debate about whether or not Darfur was the site of genocide long ago flamed out, largely because the issue became excessively politicized and the world—in general—no longer (...)