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April, 2017

  • 25 April

    Sudan: Contractors Union Discusses With UK Ambassador Issues of Training and Capacity Building – AllAfrica.com

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    Middle East EyeSudan: Contractors Union Discusses With UK Ambassador Issues of Training and Capacity BuildingAllAfrica.comKhartoum — Chairman of the Sudanese Contractors Union, Engineer Al-Sir Awad Salih met, on Monday, with the British Ambassador to Sudan, Michel Aron. The meeting was attended by Director European Department at Foreign Ministry, Dr Yousif ...What the Saudi air force was doing in Khartoum: Sudan's tilt to the GulfMiddle East EyeWill Egypt - Sudan relations be restored?The New Arab (blog)Sudan says there are indicators for permanent lift of US sanctionsSudan TribuneThe Peninsula Qatar -Middle East Monitorall 11 news articles »

  • 25 April

    Smugglers become a lifeline for the starving in South Sudan – The Seattle Times

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    The Seattle TimesSmugglers become a lifeline for the starving in South SudanThe Seattle TimesIn this April 6, 2017, photo, Sudanese smuggler Sadiq Mohammed sits in his truck embarking on another cross-border journey. He's been illegally bringing food from Sudan to South Sudan, since the border was sealed off in... (AP Photo/Sam Mednick) More ...Education in South Sudan 'cannot wait,' says new reportChristian Science MonitorOnline fake news and hate speech are fueling tribal 'genocide' in South SudanPRISouth Sudan says secures $106M from donors

  • 25 April

    Sudan: ‘No Voluntary Return in Insecure Darfur’ – Displaced to US – AllAfrica.com

    Sudan: 'No Voluntary Return in Insecure Darfur' - Displaced to USAllAfrica.comA delegation from the office of the US Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, Paul Steven, arrived at Zamzam, south of El Fasher, to meet with Sheikhs, leaders and youth and women representatives. Zamzam is one of the largest camps in Darfur.and more »

  • 25 April

    South Sudan secures $106 mln from donors will buy food – Eyewitness News

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    Eyewitness NewsSouth Sudan secures $106 mln from donors will buy foodEyewitness NewsJUBA - South Sudan has secured $106 million from the World Bank and the African Development Bank, in part to pay for food imports as millions face starvation and to fund the construction of a road to trade partner Kenya, its finance minister said ...and more »

  • 25 April

    S Sudan hosting rebels to ‘extend war’ in Sudan: security – News24

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    defenceWebS Sudan hosting rebels to 'extend war' in Sudan: securityNews24Khartoum - Sudan's powerful security agency on Monday accused breakaway South Sudan of staging talks with rebels fighting Khartoum's forces in two southern states, with the goal of "extending the war" there. In a statement, the National Intelligence ...Sudanese intelligence accuses Kiir on chairing rebel meetingSudan TribuneSudan accuses South Sudan president of meeting rebelsdefenceWebSudan accuses Kiir of aiding rebelsDaily NationMiddle East Monitor -Human Rights Watch -AllAfrica.comall 45 news articles »

  • 25 April

    Vancouverite Catherine Shin talks ‘fight-or-flight’ role working for the UN

    When Catherine Shin, a Vancouverite, goes to work, her challenges include negotiating peace between rival forces, helping resettle refugees and staving off genocide. When Catherine Shin, a Vancouverite, goes to work, her challenges include negotiating peace between rival forces, helping resettle refugees and staving off genocide.

  • 25 April

    No one detained over South Sudan civilian killings, UN says

    The United Nations' top human rights official in South Sudan says no one has been detained in connection with recent killings of civilians in the western town of Wau. Eugene Nindorera in a statement Sunday says he was "shaken" to hear testimonies of victims of the government offensive that killed at least 16 people and displaced more than 23,000.

  • 25 April

    Sudan: ‘No Voluntary Return in Insecure Darfur’ – Displaced to U.S.

    People in Zamzam camp for displaced people in North Darfur complained that the security and humanitarian situation in the camp is very bad. They told a United States envoy that militiamen occupy their home farms; voluntary return is out of the question.

  • 25 April

    .com | S Sudan hosting rebels to ‘extend war’ in Sudan: security

    Sudan's powerful security agency on Monday accused breakaway South Sudan of staging talks with rebels fighting Khartoum's forces in two southern states, with the goal of "extending the war" there. In a statement, the National Intelligence and Security Service said South Sudanese President Salva Kiir, his deputy Taban Deng and top army commanders held meetings last week with the SPLM-N rebel group.

  • 25 April

    Minister of Culture Meets Al-Jazeera Delegation

    [SNA] Khartoum -Minister of Culture, Al-Tayeb Hassan Badawi met, Monday, the Director of Training of the Qatari Al-Jazeera Channel and the accompanied delegation in the presence of the Director of the Channel's Sudan Office and the Director of Information of the Ministry, Al-Tayeb Al-Mokabrabbi.

  • 25 April

    Australia Commends Sudan’s Cooperation in Facilitating Delivery of Humanitarian Assistance to Affected South Sudanese

    [SNA] Khartoum -The Government of Australia has commended the level of cooperation Sudan has shown with the UN in facilitating delivery of humanitarian assistance to affected civilian population in south Sudan and in opening up Sudanese borders to receive southerners fleeing the conflict in their home country

  • 25 April

    SPLM-N Requests Mbeki to Delay Peace Talks to Fix Friction

    [Radio Dabanga] Addis Ababa -The delegation of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) has asked the African mechanism mediating the talks with the Sudanese government to postpone negoations until next July, so the movement can deal with its internal friction.

  • 25 April

    ‘No Voluntary Return in Insecure Darfur’ – Displaced to U.S.

    [Radio Dabanga] El Fasher -People in Zamzam camp for displaced people in North Darfur complained that the security and humanitarian situation in the camp is very bad. They told a United States envoy that militiamen occupy their home farms; voluntary return is out of the question.

  • 25 April

    Sudanese-Egyptian Diplomacies in a More Frank Engagement

    [SudaNow] Wednesday and Thursday's visit to Khartoum by Egypt's Foreign Minister Samih Shoukri has seen a departure from the usual diplomatic and largely evasive language that had characterized the two sides previous meetings for sometime now, observers have noted.

  • 24 April

    Accountability for human rights abuses in South Sudan more important than ever – defenceWeb

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    defenceWebAccountability for human rights abuses in South Sudan more important than everdefenceWebUN wants accountability in South Sudan A lack of accountability for crimes perpetrated during ongoing conflict in South Sudan remains one of the country's “biggest challenges,” the Human Rights Director for the United Nations Mission (UNMISS) said when ...No one detained over South Sudan civilian killings, UN saysNews24No one detained over S. Sudan civilian killings: UNSudan TribuneBringing perpetrators of rights abuses to justice big challenge for S. Sudan: UN officialXinhuaall 8 news

  • 24 April

    UPDATE 1-South Sudan says talks over blocks B1 and B2 end … – Reuters Africa

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    Economic TimesUPDATE 1-South Sudan says talks over blocks B1 and B2 end ...Reuters AfricaCAPE TOWN, April 24 (Reuters) - South Sudan said that Blocks B1 and B2 were open for direct negotiation after talks with Total, Tullow Oil and the Kuwait ...Sudan won't extend ONGC's licence to operate oil blockEconomic TimesSouth Sudan Reopens Negotiations For B1 And B2 Oil BlocksOilPrice.comSouth Sudan says talks over blocks B1 and B2 end, seeks new partnersYahoo Finance UKall 4 news articles »

  • 24 April

    Sudan’s Agricultural Bank Signs Agreements With Us Companies – AllAfrica.com

    Sudan's Agricultural Bank Signs Agreements With Us CompaniesAllAfrica.comKhartoum — The Sudanese Agricultural Bank has signed four agreements with major American companies in the fields of axial irrigation, irrigation pumps, silos, solar energy, and water technology. "Sudan's regional and global openness is a great ...

  • 24 April

    Sudanese Columnist Deported From Egyptian Airport – allAfrica.com – AllAfrica.com

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    Middle East MonitorSudanese Columnist Deported From Egyptian Airport - allAfrica.comAllAfrica.comThe General Journalists' Union and the Sudanese Journalists' Network strongly condemn the detention of Sudanese journalist and writer El Tahir Sati for hours ...Sudan includes disputed territory in maritime border disposition at UNMiddle East MonitorSudanese security arrests head of doctors' committee - Sudan TribuneSudan TribuneSudan includes Halayeb as baseline for maritime borders at UN ...Daily News Egyptall 7 news articles »

  • 24 April

    Sudan accuses South Sudan president of meeting rebels – The Star Online

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    The Star OnlineSudan accuses South Sudan president of meeting rebelsThe Star OnlineKhartoum (Reuters) - Sudan on Monday warned South Sudan to cease its support of rebel groups at war with Khartoum, accusing its president of meeting with rebels last week in a rare public statement from Khartoum's intelligence agency. Sudan regularly ...S.Sudan hosting rebels to 'extend war' in Sudan: securityDaily MailRights body concerned over S. Sudan activists' disappearanceSudan TribuneSouth Sudan blocks open for direct negotiation, following collapse of talks with E&P companiesWorldOil (subscription)Human Rights Watch -AllAfrica.comall 34 news articles »

  • 24 April

    Photos Show Violence, Death in South Sudan Village

    This photo, taken on or about April 12, 2017, shows the remains of a man slain during a raid on the town of Parjok, South Sudan, but men wearing uniforms of the South Sudanese army. Up to 16 people were killed, many of them execution-style.