Saturday 17 July 2004 ADDIS ABABA, July 17 (AFP) — Two rebel movements in Sudan’s western Darfur region on Saturday refused direct political negotiations with the Khartoum government to end a conflict raging there unless their demands are met, officials said. (...)
Saturday 17 July 2004 By Tsegaye Tadesse
ADDIS ABABA, July 17 (Reuters) - Efforts to bring Darfur’s warring parties back to the negotiating table were deadlocked on Saturday as rebels insisted for a third day they would not talk to the Sudanese government (...)
Saturday 17 July 2004 July 16, 2004 (LiquidAfrica) — As of January 2004, Sudan’s estimated proven reserves of crude oil stood at 563 million barrels, more than twice the 262 million barrels estimated in 2001.
As of June 2004, crude oil production was (...)
Saturday 17 July 2004 ADDIS ABABA, July 16,2004 (Waltainfo) — The first Meeting of Ministers of Defence and Security of the Eastern Africa Region, which constitute the region forming the Eastern Africa Standby Brigade (EASBRIG) was convened at the AU (...)
Saturday 17 July 2004 July 16, 2004 (LiquidAfrica) — Sudan has been self-sufficient in producing petroleum products (except jet fuel) since the June 2000 opening of the 50,000-bbl/d Khartoum Oil Refinery in the Jayli area, 30 miles north of Khartoum.
Saturday 17 July 2004 Bill Graham
MONTREAL, July 16 (AFP) — Canadian Foreign Minister Bill Graham urged his counterpart Mustafa Ismail to halt Sudan’s humanitarian crisis, described by the United Nations as the world’s worst, Graham’s office said.
"I urged (...)
Saturday 17 July 2004 WASHINGTON, July 16 (Reuters) - U.S. experts will report next week on whether they believe the killing of African villagers by Arab militias in Sudan’s Darfur region constitutes genocide, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said on (...)
Saturday 17 July 2004 July 16, 2004 (LiquidAfrica) — Sudan’s electricity sector is plagued by poor infrastructure, frequent outages and a small customer base, problems that the Ministry of Energy and the state-owned National Electricity Corporation (NEC) have (...)
Saturday 17 July 2004 C. Powell
WASHINGTON, July 16 (AFP) — US Secretary of State Colin Powell called on Sudan to do more to ease the humanitarian crisis in its western Darfur region, and hailed Libya for its efforts to speed aid to the region.
Saturday 17 July 2004 By ERICA BULMAN, Associated Press Writer
GENEVA, July 16, 2004 (AP) — About 350 people could die daily in camps sheltering the 1 million people who have fled their homes in Sudan’s embattled western Darfur region unless camp conditions (...)
Taking stock of South Sudanese crisis2013-12-20 07:49:58 By Steve Paterno
December 19, 2013 - Finally, relative calm has returned to South Sudan's capital, Juba, after the city witnessed blaze of gunfires and blast of rockets, which lasted for several (...)
The “Coup” Attempt in South Sudan: What we know2013-12-18 08:21:52 By Eric Reeves
December 17, 2013 - It must be said first that there is a great deal that we don’t know about events that began in Juba Saturday, December 14. Indeed, it appears that there is more (...)
Sudan’s NCP: reshuffle and recharge2013-12-16 05:50:30 By Magdi El Gizouli
December 15, 2013 - After months of wrangling within the ruling National Congress Party (NCP), the government declared its greatest ‘makeover’ since the split with Hassan (...)
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 (...)