vendredi 13 août 2004 By JILL LAWLESS, Associated Press Writer
LONDON, Aug 12, 2004 (AP) — The British Museum is scrapping the admission charge for a major exhibition of Sudanese artifacts to encourage people to help finance humanitarian efforts in the (...)
vendredi 13 août 2004 By MARK MacKINNON, The Globe and Mail
MOSCOW, Aug 12, 2004 — The Russian government is under fire from aid groups for its policy of continuing to sell advanced weapons to Sudan even as international condemnation of the mass murder of (...)
vendredi 13 août 2004 WASHINGTON, Aug 12 (AFP) — The United States on Thursday flatly denied accusations by Sudan’s president that its interest in the strife-torn western Sudanese region of Darfur was motivated by its desire to exploit his country’s natural (...)
vendredi 13 août 2004 Jan Pronk
KHARTOUM, Aug 12 (AFP) — The UN envoy to Sudan has tried to ease the pressure on Khartoum after a flurry of indictments of the government’s failure to end the crisis in Darfur drew irate reactions from President Omar (...)
jeudi 12 août 2004 (Adds U.S. comment, paragraphs 1,7,8)
By Nima Elbagir
KHARTOUM, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Sudan’s president on Thursday accused the West of exploiting the Darfur conflict in the hope of seizing the country’s gold and oil, but Washington (...)
jeudi 12 août 2004 NDJAMENA, Aug 12 (AFP) — The parties to the conflict in Darfur in western Sudan and African mediators have begun informal peace talks in Libya, a diplomatic source in the Chadian capital Ndjamena said on Thursday.
"A reconciliation (...)
jeudi 12 août 2004 LAGOS, Aug 12 (AFP) — Nigeria warned Sudan on Thursday that if it does not allow African Union peacekeepers and diplomats to resolve the Darfur crisis it will end up facing less friendly pressure from outside the continent. Olusegun (...)
jeudi 12 août 2004 CAIRO, Aug 12 (AFP) — Libya has offered to host a conference aimed at ending the crisis in Sudan’s Darfur region and including all the parties involved, Foreign Minister Abdelrahman Shalgham told an Egyptian daily published Thursday.
jeudi 12 août 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 12 (AFP) — The United Nations’ envoy to Sudan tried to ease the pressure on Khartoum after a flurry of indictments of of the government’s failure to end the crisis in Darfur drew irate reactions from President Omar (...)
jeudi 12 août 2004 By Helen Nyambura
DAR ES SALAAM, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Tanzania is considering a request by the African Union (AU) to send troops to Sudan’s Darfur region, Tanzania’s defence minister said on Thursday.
"I have been requested (for troops) (...)
Al-Bashir’s decree fell short of Sudan’s demands2014-04-17 09:57:38 By Mahmoud A. Suleiman
Ampril 16, 2014 - This article comes against the backdrop of the Decree number 158 of 2014 passed by the National Congress Party (NCP) president Marshal Omer Hassan Ahmed (...)
Why hiring a lawyer if you can buy a judge2014-04-17 09:11:43 By Dong Samuel Luak
April 16, 2014 - Many people in South Sudan are asking, how long did it take President Salva Kiir to plan all this tragedy befalling our young country now ? Recruitment, (...)