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Authorities from South Sudan's Warrap state are seeking military intervention from the central government after armed elements believed to have come from neigbouring Unity state carried out an attack in which at least 8 people are reported killed.
Subcommittee on African affairs called on Donald Booth, the U.S. special envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, and John Prendergast, co-founder of advocacy group Enough Project, to testify Feb. 26 about the troubled region. The Sudanese government last
Malik Agar has downplayed statements made by the Sudanese defense minister Abdel-Rahim Mohamed Hussein in which he promised a decisive military victory against the rebel group. A Sudanese man displays damage in the aftermath of shelling by rebels in
A-in Opposition accused the leaders of South Sudan and Uganda on Wednesday of obstruction during the second round of peace talks in Ethiopia, aimed at securing a durable political settlement in the strife-torn nation. Peace talks aimed at resolving
which sought to end the two-and-half-year conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile have been suspended for ten days. The head of the Sudanese government negotiating team, Ibrahim Gandour (R), speaks at the opening session of peace talks aimed at
The Sudanese government was behind attacks by Janjaweed fighters who killed or wounded more than two dozen U.N. peacekeepers last year, a report charges...Security Council, said an investigation of the attacks concluded "it is highly probable"
South Sudan's oil minister said on Sunday that if the current conflict continues it could undermine oil production and its export to international markets through the territory of neighbouring Sudan. A worker walks at the power plant of an oil
An hour ride on a motorcycle from Nimule, a South Sudanese town bordering Uganda, is Melijo where around 2,000 people are sheltering under trees having been displaced by the two-month-old conflict in South Sudan. Samuel Deng Awuol, who has been
on Friday criticized the position paper presented by the Sudanese government during the first days of negotiations, saying Khartoum is only interested in partial solutions. South Kordofan and Blue Nile. "Today the two delegations exchanged
will present a road map to end the humanitarian crisis and achieve peace in Sudan, said the rebel chief negotiator Yasir Arman hours before the opening of talks on the conflict in the Two Areas brokered by the African Union. N meet Thursday to