Latest in Tag: Darfur Highlight
Latest in Tag: Darfur
‘We aim to arrest those involved in clashes, collect weapons,’ says South Darfur Governor
African Union-United Nations Hybrid Mission in Darfur will continue to focus on its protection mandate, humanitarian partners to provide emergency relief
We fought alongside with Egypt in its wars against Israel, says Al-Bashir
Independent researchers estimate the number of deaths in Darfur totals around 300,000, with more than 2 million displaced persons.
As the Sudanese polling stations are about to close, a leaked paper by the AU sees the standards for free and fair elections as “not been satisfied”
No military solution for conflict in the area, says EU Head of Delegation to Sudan
Shoukry underlines efforts made to enable Libyan government restore stability
A medical source said the bodies of four people were brought to hospital in the town. Three of the dead were “soldiers” but it was not clear from which force.
The African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) has reported a series of attacks on villages in the region this month, but the Khor Abeche camp in South Darfur, assaulted on Saturday, was an unusual target.
AFP – South Sudan’s government and rebels are taking a more than two-week break from key peace talks having seemingly made little to no progress in three weeks, mediators said Tuesday. The IGAD regional bloc, which is brokering the peace talks being held in Ethiopia, said both sides were halting the talks until 20 March …
Envoy presents US administration’s strategy to achieve a lasting peace between Sudan and South Sudan
Foreign minister confirms Egypt’s continued support for reconstruction and development of the Darfur region
President Mohamed Morsi announces the opening of the land bridge connecting Sudan to Egypt
Morsi expresses support for Darfur reconstruction and strengthening of bilateral relations with Sudan
UNAMID has expressed “grave concern” about an upsurge of violence in parts of Darfur
Sudanese in Cairo show solidarity with activists in Sudan who are uniting to decry the government
Ethnic rebels from JEM and the Sudan Liberation Army began their uprising against the Arab-dominated Khartoum government in 2003
Tensions escalated when tribal militia aligned to the government became involved, along with anti-regime rebels
The ambush occurred while a UNAMID convoy of military, police and civilian personnel was on its way to the Hashaba area.
13 Sudanese military personnel died, nine injured in a plane crash
The two sides fight on many fronts while their spokesmen give conflicting statements