Thursday 27 May 2004 NAIROBI, May 27 (AFP) — The African Union (AU) on Thursday welcomed the signing of key peace accords by the Sudan government and the country’s main rebel group.
Khartoum and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army on Wednesday signed (...)
Thursday 27 May 2004 CAIRO, May 27, 2004 (MENA) — Arab League Secretary-General Amr Musa congratulated on Thursday the Sudanese people in the south and the north over the signing of a peace agreement.
Khartoum government and the Sudan People’s Liberation (...)
Thursday 27 May 2004 NAIROBI, May 27, 2004 (AP) — The Sudanese government and southern rebels have agreed to hold talks late June to put the finishing touches to the peace treaty ending 21 years of bloodshed, said a spokesman of the Sudan People’s Liberation (...)
Thursday 27 May 2004 (Adds details, Eritrean and Ethiopian comment, revises toll)
NAIROBI, May 27 (Reuters) - Five people were killed and 88 wounded when a bomb exploded in a western town in the tiny Red Sea state of Eritrea, U.N. sources said on (...)
Thursday 27 May 2004 A Sudanese man waves the flag of the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) in Khartoum, Thursday, May 27, 2004, shortly after the signing of protocols in Naivasha, Kenya, that pave the way to a peace deal. By Abd Raouf/AP Photo (...)
Thursday 27 May 2004 By Wangui Kanina
NAIVASHA, Kenya, May 27 (Reuters) - Sudan’s government and southern rebels woke on Thursday to the task of selling a key peace accord to their own factions to try to end Africa’s longest-running civil war.
Thursday 27 May 2004 Sudanese from both north and southern Sudan in Khartoum, Thursday, May 27, 2004. in the early hours of Thursday, shortly after the signing of protocols in Naivasha, Kenya, that pave the way for a peace deal. By Abd Raouf/AP Photo
Thursday 27 May 2004 By Katie Nguyen
NAIVASHA, Kenya, May 27 (Reuters) - Amid whoops of joy and thanksgiving prayers, Sudan’s government and southern rebels signed key accords on Wednesday paving the way to a comprehensive end to Africa’s longest-running (...)
Thursday 27 May 2004 NAIROBI, May 27, 2004 (AP) — Mediators consulted with the Sudanese government and southern rebels Thursday to plan the final phase of talks to end Africa’s longest-running war, hours after the adversaries signed key agreements that pave (...)
Thursday 27 May 2004 ASMARA, May 26 (AFP) — Eritrea Wednesday charged the governments of Sudan and Ethiopia with responsibility for a bomb blast that killed three people in the west of the country, accusing its fellow Horn of Africa states of sponsoring (...)
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Wulu county MPs condemn governor’s defamatory speech2013-11-30 06:31:51 PRESS RELEASE
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