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A number of Darfur rebel factions joined today the Liberation and Justice Movement (LJM) led by Tijani El-Sissi, as part of the ongoing efforts to reunite the armed groups in the restive region. LJM leader (C) with his supporter today during the
Sudan (AP) — The election posters and slogan-filled T-shirts blanketing this town underscore a new excitement in Southern Sudan, which will cast ballots in a national election for the first time in more than two decades, when a three-day election
Pagan Amum told reporters. "There are continuous violations to the law and the customs of the elections." Amum said the party will still contest local and national parliamentary elections in Sudan's southern provinces and two
Vice President of the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) Dr. Machar who led a high level party team for the last four days in Khartoum, on his return from the national capital today, said he discussed with the parties concerned issues that were
Egypt's Deputy Foreign Minister Mohammed Qassim said the conference seeks pledges of USD 2 billion for long-term development projects in housing, agriculture, cement production, road infrastructure development, women's empowerment, and agricultural
Gauthier Lefevre, 35, who works for the International Committee of the Red Cross, was the last foreign hostage being held in Darfur. He had spent longer in captivity than any other aid worker in the region. Two other French hostages were freed in
Who Needs Fur? To the Editor: With imports of fur apparel into the United States at their lowest point in years, it is unlikely that handing out pelts to a few designers will save the industry. (“Fashion Feels Fur’s Warm Embrace,” March 11).
Sudanese army and rebel SLA led by Abdel Wahid Al-Nur in the mountainous area of Jebel Marra that displaced thousands of civilians. Friday March 5 by a big number of unknown armed men and released on Saturday. The assailants robbed the vehicles,
My aunt Joyar, for example, was a famous warrior who dressed like a man, fought camel theives and Arab armies, wrestled men for sport -- and always won...This is a wicked portrait of an atypical woman of Darfur that speaks volumes.
A rally is being held Saturday for the troops at Canadian Forces Base Trenton, just a day after the military appointed a new commander to replace Col. Russell Williams. The 64 survivors of the Canadian sailing vessel Concordia began to arrive at a