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Monday, 03-30-15, 13:45Chief of Justice Pays Visit to South Darfur[Radio Dabanga] Nyala -The Sudanese Chief of Justice visited Nyala, capital of South Darfur, on Sunday, to attend the inauguration of a number of new courts, established in various parts of the city. read more...
Monday, 03-30-15, 13:45Ruling Party Refuses to Attend Addis Pre-Dialogue Meeting[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The ruling National Congress Party (NCP) will not participate in the preparatory National Dialogue meeting with the opposition forces in Addis Ababa that was supposed to begin on Sunday. read more...
Monday, 03-30-15, 11:46Equitable Utilization of Nile Waters - the Way Forward[Ethiopian Herald] The diplomatic turn around between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan on the issue of the Nile since the last couple of months seem to have reached now its zenith as the three countries are expected to sign a tripartite agreement - turning the GERD issue into cooperation, creating confidence among them. This is high time for Egypt to respect the development aspirations of the Ethiopian people, changing its decades of mistrust and finger pointing of Ethiopia whenever River Nile is raised. read more...
Monday, 03-30-15, 11:21How and Why Has the Ethiopian Strategy On the Renaissance Dam Succeeded?[SudaNow] As we have mentioned in the previous article "Limelight on the Declaration of Principles on the Renaissance Dam " on March 25, 2015, the three member states of the Eastern Nile Basin, Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt, signed on Monday, March 23,2015, an agreement on the Renaissance Dam. The agreement was signed by the leaders- Haile Meriam Desalegn, Omar al-Bashir, Abdul Fattah Sisi- themselves, nor by the Water or Foreign Ministers, emphasizing the importance the three countries attach to the deal. In the previo read more...
Saturday, 03-28-15, 20:39Communiqué of the 494th PSC Meeting On the Situation in the Abyei Area[African Union] The Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU), at its 494th meeting held on 24 March 2015, was briefed by the Commission on the prevailing situation in the Abyei Area and the evolution of the related international efforts. Council also listened to the statements made by the representatives of Sudan and South Sudan, as well as by the representative of Ethiopia as Troop Contributing Country (TCC) to the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA). read more...
Saturday, 03-28-15, 20:31State Security Bans Khartoum Symposium[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -A political symposium to be addressed by Mohamad Diaudin and an official of the Popular Congress Party (PCP) in Khartoum, was banned by the security apparatus. The move is not consistent with the desired political climate for the National Dialogue, the PCP said. read more...
Thursday, 03-26-15, 8:21Limelights On the Declaration of Principles On the Renaissance Dam[SudaNow] Khartoum -At last and after four years of heated disputes, statements and meetings, Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan reached a declaration of principles agreement on the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. The document was signed by the Heads of State and Government on Monday, 23 March 2015 in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. read more...
Thursday, 03-26-15, 4:52Nile River Should Be a Unifier, Not Divider[New Times] The leaders of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia on Monday signed a major deal that allows the latter to proceed with the works on its proposed $4.2 billion Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on the Nile River, a project that had caused regional tensions after Cairo fiercely opposed the move. read more...
Wednesday, 03-25-15, 11:36UN Seeks Govt's Help to Trace Sudanese Assets[The Star] The Central Bank has asked financial institutions to submit any details they may have relating to four Sudanese nationals linked to human rights abuse in Darfur by the UN Security Council. read more...
Tuesday, 03-24-15, 13:29African Press Review 24 March 2015[RFI] Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan on Monday signed an agreement on Ethiopian plans for a new Nile dam. The story is making front pages as far away as South Africa. read more...

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