Saturday 22 November 2003 KHARTOUM, Nov 22 (AFP) — Sudan’s chief public prosecutor Emad Eddin Mahjub Mohamad overturned Saturday a six-day suspension of the country’s independent Al-Ayam newspaper.
"The Sudanese judicial authorities announce that the suspension (...)
Saturday 22 November 2003 KHARTOUM, Nov. 22, 2003 (KUNA) — Some Sudanese militant groups are planning to attack some areas in Darfur, Western Sudan, the Sudanese News Agency said on Saturday.
The Agency quoted some sources, which it did not name, as saying that (...)
Saturday 22 November 2003 By Sudanese Media Centre
KHARTOUM, Nov. 22, 2003 — Informed sources have described the meeting between the leader of the people’s movement [Sudan People’s Liberation Movement SPLM], Dr John Garang, and the leaders of the [National (...)
Saturday 22 November 2003 By Sudanese radio
KHARTOUM, Nov.22, 2003 — The first vice-president of the republic, Al-Ustadh [honorific] Ali Uthman Muhammad Taha, met today with newspapers chief editors and briefed them on various issues related to current (...)
Saturday 22 November 2003 KHARTOUM, Nov. 22 (Reuters) - Rebels in western Sudan accused the government on Saturday of violating a truce with air strikes and militia raids that killed 30 people, mostly civilians
The government said it knew nothing of the (...)
Saturday 22 November 2003 By Sudanese TV
KHARTOUM, Nov. 22, 2003 — The president of the republic, Staff Lt-Gen Umar al-Bashir, has reiterated government’s commitment to unifying ranks and establishing consensus of the people of the homeland, in the framework of (...)
Saturday 22 November 2003 By Al-Khartoum daily newspaper
KHARTOUM, Nov. 22, 2003 — The [rebel] JEM [Justice and Equality Movement, which is fighting to end Darfur region’s economic neglect by Khartoum] has said it will hand over five abducted aid workers (...)
Saturday 22 November 2003 WASHINGTON, Nov 21 (AFP) — Sudanese rebel leader John Garang said Friday a peace accord to end Sudan’s 20-year civil war would probably be reached within weeks.
"We hope that we will reach a final, just and comprehensive agreement (...)
Friday 21 November 2003 WASHINGTON, Nov 21, 2003 (UPI) — Secretary of State Colin Powell Friday turned his attention toward restoring peace in Sudan, meeting with Sudanese opposition leader John Garang.
Garang assured Powell he backs a U.S. negotiated (...)
Friday 21 November 2003 CAIRO, Nov 21 (AFP) — At least 10 civilians were killed during a bombing raid by Sudanese government forces on villages and rebel positions in the country’s troubled western Darfur region, a rebel official said.
The official from the (...)
The Invasion of Abyei: two years of more agony 2013-05-20 05:39:13 By Luka Biong Deng
May 19, 2013 - On 21st May 2013, the people of Abyei have spent two years of more agony and they will remember again the sad memories of how their lives and livelihoods were (...)
The better approach to reconciliation2013-05-17 06:07:06 By Zechariah Manyok Biar
May 16, 2013 - Some of you who might have read my previous articles know that I promised some weeks ago to write separately on the topic of peace and reconciliation that (...)
OIL: is it a curse or a blessing in South Sudan?2013-05-17 06:04:54 By Jacob K. Lupai
May 16, 2013 - In the late 70s when for the first time oil was discovered in Southern Sudan there was euphoria that poverty would be a thing of the past, replaced by a high (...)
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 (...)
Sudan: Stepped-Up Assault on Media Freedom2013-05-04 10:53:49 Human Rights Watch
Sudan: Stepped-Up Assault on Media Freedom
Newspapers, Other Media Censored, Confiscated, Shut Down
MAY 3, 2013
(Nairobi) – Sudan should immediately stop censoring (...)
CPJ calls on African Union to uphold press freedom2013-05-03 03:23:16 Committee to Protect Journalists
CPJ calls on African Union to uphold press freedom
New York, May 2, 2013
The Committee to Protect Journalists asks Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, chairperson of the (...)