Tuesday 17 February 2004 OSLO, Feb 17, 2004 (norwaypost) — Norway has reportedly promised to provide further economic aid to Sudan when a peace treaty has been signed in the country.
The Norwegian newspaper Vaart Land reports that Norway’s development minister (...)
Tuesday 17 February 2004 KHARTOUM, Feb 17 (AFP) — The United States and European Union have offered food and funds to drill water wells in western Sudan’s conflict-hit Darfur region, a senior Sudanese official was Tuesday quoted as saying.
Minister of State for (...)
Tuesday 17 February 2004 KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 17, 2004 (Bernama) — Malaysia and Sudan Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will pave the way for Kuala Lumpur and Khartoum to forge defence cooperation.
Defence Ministry Secretary-General Datuk (...)
Tuesday 17 February 2004 By Eritrean Ministry of Information’s Shabaitweb site
ASMARA, Feb 16, 2004 — The meeting of the Leadership Council of the Sudanese National Democratic Alliance (NDA) concluded its deliberations in Asmara yesterday, 15 February 2004, (...)
Tuesday 17 February 2004 By Tom Perry
CAIRO, Feb 17 (Reuters) - U.S. pressure on Sudan to make peace with southern rebels has pushed the sides towards peace but is biased towards southern secession and is not enough to make a deal stick, a Sudanese opposition (...)
Tuesday 17 February 2004 By William Wallis, The Financial Times
Feb 17, 2004 — The pawprints of aleopard and trail of a snake were among the only signs of recent visitors to Ramciel - a stretch of sandy, Sudanese scrub that may one day host the capital of a (...)
Monday 16 February 2004 KHARTOUM, Feb 16 (AFP) — A Darfur students’ association urged the United Nations to launch an inquiry into what it called the "humanitarian disaster" unfolding in the troubled western region of Sudan.
"The humanitarian disaster goes on, (...)
Monday 16 February 2004 CAIRO, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Rebels in western Sudan said on Monday they had opened a new front in the southwest of the Darfur region in the last three days, capturing two government army garrisons and killing large numbers of troops. (...)
Monday 16 February 2004 KHARTOUM, Feb 16, 2004 (Sudan Tribune) — The Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Beshir briefed the Council of Ministers, yesterday on the outcome of his recent visit to the Sultanate of Oman, in response to an invitation by the Sultan of (...)
Monday 16 February 2004 NAIROBI, Feb 16, 2004 (IRIN) — Humanitarian access to western Sudan’s war-torn Darfur region remains limited despite government claims to have opened relief routes, say humanitarian sources.
"There is absolutely no access to any place, (...)
At the Mercy of the Sky, South Sudanese professionals2013-05-23 08:02:35 By Suzanne Jambo
May 22, 2013 - "I have nothing to hide and I walk away with my head high. There was absolutely no board meeting to discuss my issue. The reason given were unilateral spending (...)
Wau Dialogue W. Bahr el-Ghazal state 13-15 May 20132013-05-13 14:41:35 South Sudan Law Society
Citizen of Western Bhar el-Ghazal State calls for limitations of President Powers and the Independence of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary and (...)
Sudan: Stepped-Up Assault on Media Freedom2013-05-04 10:53:49 Human Rights Watch
Sudan: Stepped-Up Assault on Media Freedom
Newspapers, Other Media Censored, Confiscated, Shut Down
MAY 3, 2013
(Nairobi) – Sudan should immediately stop censoring (...)