Monday 26 January 2004 By Wangui Kanina and Katie Nguyen
NAIVASHA, Kenya, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Sudan’s civil war foes began a three-week break in peace talks on Monday to allow a key negotiator to make a Muslim pilgrimage, hailing "substantial" progress on one (...)
Monday 26 January 2004 NAIROBI, Jan 26 (AFP) — The Sudanese government and the country’s main rebel group on Monday extended a ceasefire by a month and adjourned until February 17 talks aimed at ending two decades of civil war, the chief mediator said. (...)
Monday 26 January 2004 by London based Al-Hayat daily newspaper
ASMARA, Jan 26, 2004 — US officials have asked for the Sudanese peace talks to be moved from Kenya to Washington, so that extra pressure can be exerted to make negotiations succeed.
Monday 26 January 2004 J. Carter
ACCRA, Jan 26 (AFP) — Former US president Jimmy Carter will next week visit west Africa to help raise international awareness of Guinea worm disease, a statement released by the Carter Center said.
Carter and his wife (...)
Monday 26 January 2004 TINE, Chad, Jan 26, 2004 (AP) — Sudanese planes dropped bombs in western Sudan on Monday, sending hundreds of civilians across the border into Chad where aid workers scrambled to set up camps to provide them food and shelter in the (...)
Monday 26 January 2004 By Sudanese radio
KHARTOUM, Jan 26, 2004 — The Council of Ministers chaired by the president of the republic, Lt-Gen Umar al-Bashir, has approved agreement on four codes of freedom [of movement, residence, work and ownership of (...)
Monday 26 January 2004 NAIROBI, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Peace talks between the Sudanese government and southern rebels will adjourn later on Monday to allow Khartoum’s top negotiator to make the Muslim haj pilgrimage, delegates said.
"The talks will be adjourned (...)
Monday 26 January 2004 By Khaleej Times
KAMPALA, Jan 26, 2004 — A forum beginning today in the Ugandan capital will make an attempt to improve the conditions in Sudan as part of a peace agreement between the Sudanese government and Sudan People’s Liberation (...)
Monday 26 January 2004 KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 26, 2004 (AFX-ASIA) — PJI Holdings Bhd and Sumatec Resources Bhd were higher in the morning on talk they will win the 4.62 bln rgt railway construction job in Sudan, dealers said.
At 9.56 am, PJI was up 0.38 rgt at (...)
Monday 26 January 2004 By Abraham McLaughlin, The Christian Science Monitor
KHARTOUM, SUDAN, Jan 26, 2004 — Standing amid the ruins of the Al-Shifa pharmaceutical plant here, an avuncular man named Idris Babiker Eltayeb has every reason to detest America. (...)
Africa and the ICC: a dynamic relationship2013-05-24 09:19:39 By Tiina Intelmann
May 23, 2013 - The relationship between Africa and the International Criminal Court (ICC) is remarkable in its history, and dynamic.
Africa and the ICC share the fundamental (...)
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 (...)