Saturday 7 February 2004 Colin Powell
WASHINGTON, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Sudan may need up to 10,000 peace-keepers if the government and the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army reach a peace deal to end their 20-year civil war, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (...)
Friday 6 February 2004 KHARTOUM, Feb 06, 2004 (Sudan Tribune) — The Sudanese vice-president Ali Osman Mohamed Taha has said that the ruling National Congress (NC) and the National Salvation Revolution establishment would have a particular weight in setting up (...)
Friday 6 February 2004 By Moyiga Nduru
PRETORIA, Feb 6, 2004 (IPS) — Sudan’s peace process will collapse if Khartoum and the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army refuse to involve others in the talks that are underway in Kenya, political commentators have (...)
Friday 6 February 2004 CAIRO, Feb 06, 2004 (Sudan Tribune) — Leaders from the opposition National Democratic Alliance (NDA) left for the Eritrean capital, Asmara yesterday, to meet the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) leader, John Garang and hold (...)
Friday 6 February 2004 KHARTOUM, Feb 5, 2004 (KUNA) — Sudanese President Omar Hasan Al-Bashir will head on Saturday to Oman for an official one-day visit.
A source in the Presidential Palace told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that during his visit to Oman, (...)
Friday 6 February 2004 By Sonny Inbaraj
ADDIS ABABA, Feb 6, 2004 (IPS) — As the United Nations’ new envoy to Ethiopia and Eritrea settles into his post, relations between the two countries appear as inflexible as ever.
The appointment of Lloyd Axworthy, a (...)
Friday 6 February 2004 Bill Graham
MONTREAL, Feb 6 (AFP) — Canadian foreign minister Bill Graham urged fighters in Sudan’s western Darfur region to end a year-long uprising that has left 100,000 people as refugees.
"I join acting UN High Commissioner for (...)
Friday 6 February 2004 WASHINGTON, Feb 4, 2004 (IPS) — The Sudanese Army and allied militias have forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee villages and towns in the country’s western Darfur province in the past year and are now blocking humanitarian aid (...)
Thursday 5 February 2004 NAIROBI, Feb 04, 2004 (Sudan Tribune) — The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement has expressed its concern over the Sudanese government’s procrastination in achieving a comprehensive peace.
The SPLM official spokesman, Yasir Arman, (...)
The better approach to reconciliation2013-05-17 06:07:06 By Zechariah Manyok Biar
May 16, 2013 - Some of you who might have read my previous articles know that I promised some weeks ago to write separately on the topic of peace and reconciliation that (...)
OIL: is it a curse or a blessing in South Sudan?2013-05-17 06:04:54 By Jacob K. Lupai
May 16, 2013 - In the late 70s when for the first time oil was discovered in Southern Sudan there was euphoria that poverty would be a thing of the past, replaced by a high (...)
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 (...)
CPJ calls on African Union to uphold press freedom2013-05-03 03:23:16 Committee to Protect Journalists
CPJ calls on African Union to uphold press freedom
New York, May 2, 2013
The Committee to Protect Journalists asks Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, chairperson of the (...)