Friday 18 June 2004 NAIROBI, June 18, 2004 (The Nation) — Sudanese churches yesterday condemned the humanitarian crisis in Darfur [western Sudan] and expressed fear that it might frustrate the recently signed peace agreement.
They called on the (...)
Friday 18 June 2004 ASMARA, June 17 (Reuters) - Eritrea’s government has snubbed a U.N special envoy trying to solve a bitter border dispute with neighbouring Ethiopia, diplomats said on Thursday.
Four years after a war over the frontier which killed (...)
Friday 18 June 2004 N’DJAMENA, Chad, June 18, 2004 (AP) — Soldiers killed 69 Sudanese Arab militiamen who had crossed the border from neighboring Sudan to raid a Chadian village near the border, the communications minister said Friday.
The attack in Birak, (...)
Friday 18 June 2004 KHARTOUM, June 17, 2004 (SUNA) — The French Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Renaud Muselier, heading a high-level delegation, is due to begin a 4-day official visit to Sudan Sunday.
SUNA learnt that the French Minister will meet (...)
Friday 18 June 2004 June 17, 2004 (LiquidAfrica) — Olympic Group Chairman, Dr. Saad Sallam, announced the finalization of a contract with Sudanese investors to establish a refrigerator factory in Sudan.
Total capital for the new establishment has not been (...)
Friday 18 June 2004 WASHINGTON, June 17, 2004 (dpa) — The U.S. military is considering sending a team to Chad to assess conditions for a possible humanitarian mission that would help refugees from Sudan’s strife-plagued Darfur region, a radio report said (...)
Friday 18 June 2004 NAIROBI, June 17, 2004 (IRIN) — After 21 years of civil war, southern Sudan
ranks worst in the world for many key indicators of the wellbeing of women
and children, including rates of chronic malnutrition, immunisation,
Friday 18 June 2004 By Michael Drudge
LONDON, June 17, 2004 (VOA) — Britain’s International Development Secretary Hilary Benn says the international community may have to intervene militarily in Sudan’s western Darfur region if the security situation does (...)
Thursday 17 June 2004 By EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press Writer
UNITED NATIONS, June 17, 2004 (AP) — Secretary-General Kofi Annan raised the possibility Thursday of international intervention to protect more than 1 million people threatened by fighting (...)
Thursday 17 June 2004 N’DJAMENA, June 17 (AFP) — Violent clashes in the Chad-Sudan border region, involving Chadian army troops and pro-Khartoum Arab militias, sparked fears the devastating conflict in Sudan’s western Darfur region could widen still further. (...)
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 (...)
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 (...)