Monday 22 December 2003 By Sudanese TV
KHARTOUM, Dec 21, 2003 — Talks between the government and the [Sudan] People’s [Liberation] Movement [SPLM] continue in Naivasha [in Kenya]. The two parties completed the final document concerning the file of wealth in (...)
Sunday 21 December 2003 By Bogonko Bosire
NAIVASHA, Kenya, Dec 21 (AFP) — Sudan’s government and main southern rebel group were still fine-tuning a deal on a 50-50 split of oil revenue Sunday, when officials admitted that a deadline to sign a comprehensive (...)
Sunday 21 December 2003 KHARTOUM, Dec 21 (Reuters) - The Sudanese authorities have imposed a curfew in the western border town of Al Geneina after the collapse of talks on an end to conflict in the Darfur region, a Sudanese newspaper reported on Sunday.
Sunday 21 December 2003 NAIROBI, Dec 21, 2003 (dpa) — The Sudanese government and the country’s main rebel group have agreed that north and south Sudan will receive an equal share of the country’s oil revenues, a source close to the talks told Deutsche (...)
Sunday 21 December 2003 ADDIS ABABA, Dec 21, 2003 (dpa) — Police in Gambella western Ethiopia arrested 50 people in connection with ethnic clashes late last week in which 30 people were said to have been killed, the official Ethiopian News Agency (ENA) (...)
Sunday 21 December 2003 NAIVASHA, KENYA, Dec 21, 2003 (Xinhua) — The Sudan peace talks continued here on Sunday as both parties have resolved the deadlock on oil revenue shares, according to the Kenyan chief mediator.
Lazaro Sumbeiywo, Kenya special envoy for (...)
Sunday 21 December 2003 Kenyan Foreign Minister Kalonzo Musyoka revealed that Sudan’s government and main southern rebel group are unlikely to sign a comprehensive peace deal to end 20 years of civil war by the end of the year.AFP/File/Salah Omar
Sunday 21 December 2003 NAIROBI, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Sudan’s government and rebels have agreed in principle on how to share oil revenues after their war is over but have yet to seal a full accord on dividing up the country’s riches, the chief mediator said on (...)
Sunday 21 December 2003 By Wangui Kanina
NAIVASHA, Kenya, Dec 21 (Reuters) - Sudan’s government reported progress in talks with rebel foes on sharing oil wealth on Sunday but said it was difficult to gauge when an agreement on the topic would be signed.
Sunday 21 December 2003 KHARTOUM, Sudan, Dec 21, 2003 (AP) — Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir said his government has agreed with southern rebels to a 50-50 split of the African nation’s oil revenues, according to a news report published Sunday.
Alex de Waal: the rebirth of a principled activist?2013-06-20 03:33:50 By Monim El-Jak
June 19, 2013 - Whenever Alex de Waal publishes analysis or reflections, Sudanese intellectuals and activists, and the concerned international institutions and individuals, give (...)
On Abyei enough is enough2013-06-18 05:01:47 By Deng Vanang
June 17, 2013 - No one whether locally or internationally can still argue there is more hope to resolve Abyei stalemate peacefully. It has been everybody’s wish that dialogue could (...)