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Tuesday, 10-28-14, 12:45SAF Denies Border Guards' Defection in North Darfur[Radio Dabanga]El Fasher -The defection of a group of paramilitary forces from the Sudan Armed Forces in North Darfur one week ago was an attempt to escape military service, rather than a dissidence, the army spokesman claimed. read more...
Tuesday, 10-28-14, 12:45ICC Prosecutor Attends Darfur Women Symposium in U.S. Capital[Radio Dabanga]Washington -The American-based Darfur Women's Action Group convened a symposium in Washington, last weekend, entitled Women and Genocide in the 21st Century: The Case of Darfur. read more...
Tuesday, 10-28-14, 8:15Sudanese Journalists Protest Against Detention of Colleague in Khartoum[Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -Dozens of Sudanese journalists have protested on Monday in front of the National Council for Press and Publications' (NCPP) headquarters in Khartoum in solidarity with journalist al-Nour Ahmed al-Nour, who was arrested by National Intelligence and Security Forces (NISS) on Thursday. read more...
Monday, 10-27-14, 13:39Rebels, International Muslim Scholars Tell Al Bashir to Leave[Radio Dabanga]Addis Ababa / Doha / Cairo -The re-nomination of President Omar Al Bashir as presidential candidate for the upcoming April 2015 elections was criticised by the Sudanese rebels, as well as by the International Union of Muslim Scholars. The leader of the National Umma Party denounced the candidacy in a letter to the ruling National Congress Party (NCP). read more...
Monday, 10-27-14, 8:53'Positive Developments in Sudan Dialogue' - Al Bashir[Radio Dabanga]Khartoum -President Omar Al Bashir claimed that the country's National Dialogue will see important developments, during a conference of the ruling party on Thursday. Opposition leader Hassan El Turabi attended the conference, a move that surprised the National Congress Party members and triggered calls for the unification of Sudanese Islamists. read more...
Monday, 10-27-14, 8:06U.S. Sanctions On Sudan Extended for a Year[Radio Dabanga]Washington -US president Barack Obama extended sanctions on Sudan for another year last week, saying that Khartoum continues to pose an "unusual and extraordinary threat" to the national security and foreign policy of his country. read more...
Saturday, 10-25-14, 18:18Rebels Asked Beijing Not to Sell Weapons to Juba[Sudan Tribune]Nairobi -The opposition faction of the Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement (SPLM) led by former vice-president, Riek Machar, revealed they had asked the Chinese government to stop selling weapons to president Salva Kiir's government, Machar's spokesperson has disclosed. read more...
Saturday, 10-25-14, 18:01Govt Dismisses Rebel Claims On President Kiir's Legitimacy[Sudan Tribune]Nairobi -South Sudan government the recent document signed by its various factions in Arusha, under the auspices of Tanzania's ruling party (CCM) confirms president Salva Kiir as the country's democratically-elected and legitimate leader. read more...
Friday, 10-24-14, 11:57Dialogue Will Witness Positive Developments - Bashir[Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -Addressing the 4th convention of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) on Thursday, president Omer al-Bashir said the national dialogue initiative will witness important developments in the coming period, while the presence of the opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi created a surprise and triggered calls for unity of Sudanese Islamists. read more...
Friday, 10-24-14, 9:03Farm Business Helps Environmentalist Realise Potential[Sudan Tribune]Bor -Bor farmer Paul Alim Amol can often be seen pushing a wheelbarrow laden with guava fruits in the Jonglei state capital to reach his buyers. Depending on the season, Amol's wheelbarrow will also contain lemon, mango or orange fruits harvested from his one-hectare farm on the banks of the River Nile River in Bor. read more...

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