Thursday 15 July 2004 TRIPOLI, July 15, 2004 (dpa) — Libya will allow the safe passage of food aid and other humanitarian supplies from the United States and other countries destined to Sudan and Chad, the World Food Program (WFP) announced Thursday.
Thursday 15 July 2004 ADDIS ABABA, July 15 (AFP) — Sudanese government and rebel officials were Thursday due to start political talks aimed at ending a devastating conflict in the western region of Darfur, according to the African Union (AU), which is (...)
Thursday 15 July 2004 KAMPALA, July 15, 2004 (dpa) — The Ugandan military has captured a man believed to be the chief advisor to rebel leader Joseph Kony, an army spokesman said Thursday.
The self-styled brigadier, Kenneth Banya, said to be in his early (...)
Thursday 15 July 2004 ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, July 15, 2004 (AP) — Sudanese government officials and rebels fighting a 17-month war in western Sudan are expected to begin talks in Ethiopia.
They will be trying to end a conflict in which has killed tens of (...)
Thursday 15 July 2004 By EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press writer
UNITED NATIONS, July 15, 2004 (AP) — The U.N. humanitarian chief expressed serious concern that Sudanese who fled their homes because of attacks by Arab militias are being forced to return (...)
Thursday 15 July 2004 ASMARA, July 15 (AFP) — Sudanese opposition leaders began talks here as part of a long-running series of negotiations aimed at ending Africa’s longest civil war.
The executive of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), the main (...)
Thursday 15 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 14, 2004 (SUNA) — Iranian Foreign Minister Dr. Kamal Kharazi, who is due to arrive in Sudan Thursday evening, would conduct talks with Foreign Minister Dr. Mustsfa Osman Ismail.
The talks are to review the developed (...)
Thursday 15 July 2004 DAKAR, July 14, 2004 (IRIN) — More than a quarter of the Sudanese refugees in
eastern Chad suffer from acute malnutrition, but lack of access to clean
drinking water rather than a shortage of food is the main cause of this
Wednesday 14 July 2004 By Evelyn Leopold
UNITED NATIONS, July 14 (Reuters) - Sudan has opened its doors to aid groups seeking to help more than a million uprooted people in Darfur, but militia are still terrorizing villagers, a U.N. relief official said on (...)
Wednesday 14 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 14 (AFP) — The Sudanese government confirmed it would participate in African Union-sponsored negotiations with the two main rebel movements in the western region of Darfur due to open in the Ethiopian capital.
President Bashir: a historian at large2013-12-08 04:09:55 By Magdi El Gizouli
A confident President Bashir addressed a jovial crowd on Saturday in Garri, just north of Khartoum to celebrate what state media described as the 500th anniversary of Sudan’s (...)
Journeying together for reconciliation2013-12-11 10:36:06 PRESS RELEASE
Holy Trinity Peace Village, Kuron, Eastern Equatoria State, South Sudan
December 06, 2013
The Committee for National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation held a retreat and workshop (...)
Sudan: Dozens Held Without Charge2013-12-03 05:05:33 African Commission Should Investigate Alleged Torture and Ill-Treatment
(Nairobi, November 28, 2013) – Sudan is still detaining dozens of people without charge in connection with September 2013 (...)
Wulu county MPs condemn governor’s defamatory speech2013-11-30 06:31:51 PRESS RELEASE
Wulu County Members of Parliament Condemn the Caretaker Governor’s Defamatory Speech
On Monday the 25th of November, 2013, the caretaker Governor of Lakes state Gen. Matur Chut (...)