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Sudan: About 55,500 South Sudanese Arrive in Sudan in Two Months
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -About 55,500 South Sudanese arrive in Sudan in two months. The influx of South Sudanese into East Darfur, South Darfur and West Kordofan continues, with an estimated 55,500 people having arrived in the country since the end of January 2016, according to aid organisations.....
S. Sudan rebels 'arrive in Juba' as part of peace deal
Rebel troops in South Sudan have completed their return to the capital Juba as part of a peace deal, days ahead of the expected arrival of their commander, ceasefire monitors said Monday. The 1,370-strong force of soldiers and police were flown to Juba to ensure security for rebel chief Riek Machar ....
Sudan votes in Darfur referendum as rebels boycott
El-Fashir (Sudan) (AFP) - Polls opened across Sudan's conflict-hit Darfur Monday in a referendum on whether to keep its five states or unite them into a single region despite rebels boycotting and international criticism. Ethnic minority rebels in Darfur have been battling forces loyal to Presi....
Sudan to Hold Darfur Referendum in Spite of US Concerns
A three-day referendum for Sudan's Darfur region begins Monday despite concerns from the United States that it would not be credible and would also undermine the current peace process.
The vote will determine whether the region will keep its five states or reunite as one entity with a semi-au....
South Sudan peace deal's first test as rebel forces enter capital
The rebels are finally entering the capital of South Sudan, the world's youngest nation - and three Australians are there to meet them.....
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El Ahly Shandi 0-0 Medeama: Yellow and Mauves claim a point in Sudan
The Ghanaians have put themselves in good position ahead of the second leg following Sunday's scoreless deadlock in Sudan....
Africa: Merreikh Held By Setif in Four-Goal Thriller
[CAF] Former winners, ES Setif of Algeria snatched a dramatic 2-2 draw away in Omdurman against El Merreikh of Sudan on Saturday.....
South Sudan Army Chief Sparks Controversy
South Sudan's opposition faction is calling recent comments by the country's army chief of staff, "anti-peace and anti-democracy."
Last week army chief of staff Paul Malong Awan said as long as he lives, former vice president and rebel leader Riek Machar will never become president of the world....
Taking Charge: The Beginning of a Peaceful and Sustainable Planet Lies in Us
South Sudan, the newest nation in the world, has urged its 12 million inhabitant to turn to agriculture instead of depending on declining oil revenues. The world changes. Are we ready to make changes within ourselves? Or do we remain entranced by the theatrics of people like Donald Trump, Cruz, ....
US Warns Darfur Referendum May Not Be 'Credible'
The U.S. State Department is expressing "serious concern" about a key referendum in Sudan next week to determine the political future of its war-torn Darfur region.
The April 11-13 vote was called to determine whether to unify the region's five states — a long-standing demand of rebels seekin....
Darfur Update: US State Department Expresses Reservations About Darfur Referendum
Next week's planned referendum in Sudan on the political future of Darfur "cannot be considered a credible expression of the will of the people" given the circumstances, according to a statement issued by the U.S. State Department on Saturday.
Rebels have sought a referendum on whether Darfur shou....
US expresses 'serious concern' over Darfur referendum
The US State Department on Saturday expressed "serious concern" over next week's referendum in Sudan on the future of Darfur, stating that the vote will not be credible under current rules and conditions. The April 11-13 referendum will determine whether to unify the five states in th....
Tanzania Opens Warm Diplomatic Relations with Rwanda
A new chapter of warm relations has opened between the governments of Tanzania and Rwanda after Tanzanian President John Magufuli officially participated in the 22-year remembrance of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, according to Tanzanian Foreign Minister Augustine Mahiga.
Rwandan President Paul K....
Uhuru says LAPSSET must proceed even without Uganda
NAIROBI, Kenya Apr 9 – President Uhuru Kenyatta now says the Lamu Port — Southern Sudan — Ethiopia Transport Corridor LAPSSET will go forward regardless of whether or not Uganda opts to have its oil piped through Kenya. President Kenyatta said the construction of the Lamu Port is a....
South Sudan: Security Council Renews Targeted Sanctions
[UN News] Determining that the situation in South Sudan poses a continuing threat to regional peace and security, the United Nations Security Council today renewed, until 1 June, its sanctions regime imposed last year against those blocking peace in the war-torn country, including a travel ban and a....
Sudan's Darfur votes in referendum boycotted by rebels
Sudan's conflict-hit Darfur region starts voting Monday on whether to unify its five states, a long-standing demand of rebels seeking greater autonomy, but ongoing instability means insurgents are boycotting the referendum. The three-day vote is expected to maintain the five-state system, which....
A US drone strike has killed a major al Qaeda member in Syria
BEIRUT (AP) — A senior Egyptian al-Qaida figure fighting in Syria was killed in a U.S. drone strike this week, the latest to be killed in such attacks in Syria, a Syrian opposition monitoring group and relatives said Friday.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Rifai A....
Strand commends Medeama's acclimatisation in Sudan
The Yellow and Mauve coach says his charges are responding favourably to hot weather in Sudan where the Ghanaians will face Al Shendi in Caf Confed on Sunday....
A day in photos
A day of joy for prisoners in Thailand and days of severe malnutrition in South Sudan are featured events on April 8, 2016.....
Intact bullet found at SDF base in South Sudan does not prove it was fired upon: government
A undamaged bullet found on the grounds of a U.N. peacekeeping base in South Sudan is not evidence that Japanese troops came under fire, the government said Friday. The bullet was found at the site in Juba on Dec. 16, 2013, and later went on display at a Ground Self-Defense Force camp at Fukuchiyama....
Export Development Bank live on Temenos T24 core banking system
Sudan-based Export Development Bank (EDB) has gone live with its new core banking system, Temenos' T24. The Islamic bank implemented R13 of T24 and has also got Temenos' Insight Financials tool. The project was initiated three years ago, with the contract signing in Q1 2013. National Data Consultant....
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