Tag Archives: Sudan

Machar appointed South Sudan’s Vice President

By Simon Alison South Sudan rebels welcome surprise move to reappoint leader as vice president.Decree gets cautious approval but analysts fe [...]

Al-Bashir, the SALC and Jonathan Moyo: When attack is the only defence

By Staff Reporter The Southern African Litigation Centre, another of those do-good civil society initiatives attempting to keep the governme [...]

South Africa policies drift towards Zimbabwe

South Africa’s government will review its membership in the International Criminal Court in the wake of a dispute with the court over [...]

Sudan President Al-Bashir Barred From Leaving South Africa

By Staff Reporter Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir casts his vote at a polling station in Khartoum on April 13. Photographer: Ashraf Shazly [...]

War criminal al Bashir wins by 94% and goes chances of peace in Darfur

By Staff Reporter Sudan‘s Bashir re-election condemns Darfur to more suffering In the hills and caves of Jebel Marra, a fifth term for [...]

Elusive asylum: African migrants in Israel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPxv4Aff3IA By Staff Reporter THE OBSERVERS DIRECT  24 journalists meet eyewitnesses (Observers) to discuss [...]

Sudan expels Iranian diplomats for spreading Shia Islam

By Staff Reporter Expulsions believed to be linked to government fears that Iranian officials were promoting Shia Islam in majority-Sunni co [...]

South Sudanese rebels in Kampala to mend ties, seek troop withdrawal

By Staff Reporter (Reuters) – A South Sudanese rebel delegation was due to hold talks with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni in Kampal [...]

BREAKING-Israel bombs Sudan weapons catch meant for Hamas

By Staff Reporter Hamas chief Khaled Mashaal meets with Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir in Khartoum, Sudan, August 2008 photo credit: AP/A [...]

Sudan editor brutally attacked for calling for better Israeli-Sudan relations #journalismisnotacrime

By Staff Reporter The editor in chief of Al-Tayyar Osman Mirghani at Khartoum hospital following a brutal assault by masked gunmen. (Photo c [...]

Has Kenya Destroyed the ICC?

By MICHELA WRONG The author is a trustee of Human Rights Watch’s Africa Division, serving in an independent, advisory capacity.   [...]

Prominent African Leaders write to Kiir and Machar on eve of Peace Agreement

By Staff Reporter Re: A Message of Peace from Eminent African Leaders  Your Excellency President Salva Kiir, Your Excellency Dr. Riek Macha [...]

Diluded US man recolonise Egypt-Sudan disputed land

Imagine an African man claiming a disputed land on North America? Jeremiah Heaton claims an 800-square-mile swath of African desert, and nam [...]

EU impose sanctions on South Sudan leaders

  By Staff Reporter The European Union on Thursday imposed travel bans and asset freezes on two South Sudanese military leaders it said [...]

South Sudan’s estimated 9,000 child soldiers

By Staff Reporter The national army has recommitted to the cause of sparing children from fighting, but it’s not totally up to them. E [...]

Sudan’s great survivor: Bashir’s 25 years in power

By Staff Reporter When Omar al-Bashir seized power in Sudan in a bloodless coup in June 1989, he was a relatively unknown army officer ̵ [...]

Sudan death row woman Meriam Ibrahim re-arrested

By Staff Reporter Ibrahim arrested with husband and two children at Khartoum airport one day after she was released on orders of appeal cour [...]

Sudan death sentence woman ‘freed’

By Staff Reporter Meriam Ibrahim gave birth to a baby daughter in prison A Sudanese woman sentenced to death for abandoning her Islamic fait [...]

ICC dismisses accusations of African bias

By Staff Reporter ICC has dismissed all “African bias” claims The International Criminal Court (ICC) has dismissed accusations o [...]

Sudanese woman is given death penalty for marrying a Christian

By Staff Reporter Amnesty International joins condemnation of death penalty for Sudanese doctor found guilty of ‘apostasy’ for m [...]

LRA’s Kony in Central African Republic?

By Staff Reporter African troops searching for Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony are concentrating on the Central African Republic [...]

South Sudan ceasefire is shacky

By Staff Reporter Kiir, left, and Machar met in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Friday and agreed to halt fighting [Reuters] South Suda [...]

Republic of Northern Central Africa – CAR Muslims want to breakaway

By Staff Reporter Muslims fleeing Christian mobs say new state needed as UN warns of ‘ethnic-religious cleansing’ but analysts d [...]

Al Bashir is sponsoring Joseph Kony’s LRA-Uganda

By Staff Reporter   A senior Ugandan government official on Wednesday accused Sudan of resuming its support for the Lord’s Resist [...]

South Sudan drops treason charges to promote peace

By Staff Reporter Pagan Amum was once a staunch ally of the president South Sudan strife South Sudan is withdrawing the case against four to [...]

‘They Just Stood Watching’ in Darfur.A failed UN mission.

By Staff Reporter SPECIAL REPORT After the Darfur genocide, the United Nations sent in 20,000 peacekeepers with a single mission — to [...]

Sudan youths protest at IMF

By Patrick Smith The protests are the country’s most serious in two  decades. Photo©Reuters The Sudanese government‘s quest for po [...]

Ceasefire in South Sudan?

By Staff Reporter Juba, South Sudan The ceasefire was agreed on Thursday after talks in Ethiopia A ceasefire agreement has come into effect [...]

The Nile Basin-Egypt and Ethiopia on the brink of war

Nile River Basin River Nile Basin has the potential of taking Egypt,Sudan,Ethiopia,Eritrea to war.Neighbours argue, Egypt has unfair advanta [...]

South Sudan Crisis-Blame Tribalism

Juba, South Sudan                   Off I go on holiday and suddenly there’s a civil war in S [...]
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