Tuesday 6 January 2004 KHARTOUM, Jan 06, 2004 (dpa) — Sudan’s government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) agreed a deal Tuesday on equal redistribution of wealth for the north and south based on oil and non-oil revenues, reports said.
Tuesday 6 January 2004 KHARTOUM, Jan 06, 2004 (dpa) — A senior officer was killed along with other officers in rebel attacks in the Sorra area in Darfur region, a source at Sudan’s Darfur local government Tuesday.
The rebel group Sudan Liberation Movement has (...)
Tuesday 6 January 2004 By ANDREW ENGLAND Associated Press Writer
NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 06, 2004 (AP) — The Sudanese government and southern rebels took a major step toward ending their 20-year conflict after agreeing on the details of sharing the country’s (...)
Tuesday 6 January 2004 KHARTOUM, Jan 5, 2004 (Xinhua) — Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmed El-Bashir on Monday thanked China for its support and help during Sudan’s most difficult times.
The president expressed his thanks during a meeting with visiting (...)
Monday 5 January 2004 Text of statement in English read by Sudan People’s Liberation Movement spokesman Pagan Amum, broadcast live on Sudanese TV on 5 January.
Joint statement by the government of Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Sudan (...)
Monday 5 January 2004 UNITED NATIONS, Jan 05, 2004 (AP) — The United Nations has sent aid workers to Sudan to prepare for the hundreds of thousands of refugees expected to return home if the government signs a peace deal with southern rebels, a U.N. (...)
Monday 5 January 2004 NAIROBI, Jan 5 (AFP) — Sudan’s government and main southern rebel group finalised outstanding details of a wealth-sharing agreement, a key component of talks aimed at ending 20 years of civil war, officials from both sides said.
Monday 5 January 2004 By Wangui Kanina
NAIROBI, Jan 5 (Reuters) - Sudan’s government and its southern rebel foes agreed at peace talks on Monday how to share the oil-producing country’s wealth when their 20-year-old civil war ends, the two sides said in a (...)
Monday 5 January 2004 By Sudanese radio
KHARTOUM, Jan 05, 2004 — Bilateral talks between Vice-President Ustadh [honorific] Ali Uthman Muhammad Taha and Col John Garang Chairman of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement continued today after more than one day (...)
Monday 5 January 2004 KHARTOUM, Jan 05, 2004 (SUNA) — Foreign Minister Dr Mustafa Uthman Isma’il expressed hope that the Sudanese-German relations would see substantial progress, referring to the role of the parliamentary efforts in this regard.
This came (...)
The better approach to reconciliation2013-05-17 06:07:06 By Zechariah Manyok Biar
May 16, 2013 - Some of you who might have read my previous articles know that I promised some weeks ago to write separately on the topic of peace and reconciliation that (...)
OIL: is it a curse or a blessing in South Sudan?2013-05-17 06:04:54 By Jacob K. Lupai
May 16, 2013 - In the late 70s when for the first time oil was discovered in Southern Sudan there was euphoria that poverty would be a thing of the past, replaced by a high (...)
Wau Dialogue W. Bahr el-Ghazal state 13-15 May 20132013-05-13 14:41:35 South Sudan Law Society
Citizen of Western Bhar el-Ghazal State calls for limitations of President Powers and the Independence of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary and (...)
Sudan: Stepped-Up Assault on Media Freedom2013-05-04 10:53:49 Human Rights Watch
Sudan: Stepped-Up Assault on Media Freedom
Newspapers, Other Media Censored, Confiscated, Shut Down
MAY 3, 2013
(Nairobi) – Sudan should immediately stop censoring (...)
CPJ calls on African Union to uphold press freedom2013-05-03 03:23:16 Committee to Protect Journalists
CPJ calls on African Union to uphold press freedom
New York, May 2, 2013
The Committee to Protect Journalists asks Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, chairperson of the (...)