jeudi 30 décembre 2004 A peace "agreement" between Khartoum and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army :
Has the regime done anything but change the subject ?
By Eric Reeves
December 29, 2004
FRAMING THE QUESTION
What should we make of the various (...)
jeudi 30 décembre 2004 By Julie Flint, The Daily Star
LONDON, Dec 30, 2004 — It is exactly a year since Jan Egeland, the UN under-secretary for humanitarian affairs, first used the words "the world’s greatest humanitarian crisis" to describe the situation in (...)
mercredi 29 décembre 2004 Editorial, the Toledoblade
Dec 27, 2004 — Deterioration in two African conflicts, Darfur and the Democratic Republic of Congo, calls into question the claim that other African countries can be effective in dealing with such problems. (...)
lundi 27 décembre 2004 Editorial, The Washington Post
Dec 27, 2004 — The Bush administration signaled a new course on Sudan last week, and none too soon. A month ago it made the mistake of turning the diplomatic spotlight away from Darfur, where Sudan’s (...)
lundi 27 décembre 2004 The Wall Street Journal
Dec 23, 2004 — On this Christmas Eve like every other, there will not be peace on all the Earth. That’s especially true in a forgotten corner of East Africa, where thousands of children have been abducted into (...)
vendredi 24 décembre 2004 Editorial, The Independent
Dec 23, 2004 — The deliberate targeting of aid workers, seemingly by the Sudanese government, has plunged the situation in Darfur to a terrible new low.
Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) has (...)
jeudi 23 décembre 2004 By GETHIN CHAMBERLAIN, The Scotsman
Dec 23, 2004 — FOUR aid workers dead, two raped, all in the space of two months. Save the Children has given up. It is pulling out of the ravaged Sudanese region of Darfur.
Médicins Sans Frontières (...)
jeudi 23 décembre 2004 By Michael Orona
Dec 22, 2004 — The atrocities being committed by the Sudanese government and its Arab militia known as the Jinjaweed has led to a mass exodus of over 200,000 villagers from Darfur across the border into the neighboring (...)
jeudi 23 décembre 2004 Save the Children/UK withdraws from Darfur ;
MSF worker murdered by Khartoum’s forces in Labado (South Darfur) ;
African Union fired upon and forced to curtail monitoring activities
By Eric Reeves
Dec 22, 2004 — There should be no (...)
mercredi 22 décembre 2004 By Irish Times
Dec 22, 2004 — The humanitarian crisis in Darfur, western Sudan, got much worse yesterday when the British charity Save the Children announced it is to withdraw its 350 personnel after four of them were killed.
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, (...)