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Sudan’s Continuing Campaign of African Extermination

There is hardly any meaningful international response to the horrible suffering of up to a million Sudanese now targeted in a military campaign by...

Sudan Air Force Bombs Civilian Market

Sudanese Air Forces (SAF), reportedly bombed Heiban's market in South Kordofan with Antonov planes, on Thursday morning September 27. The bombing resulted in the killing...

UN Drops Life-Saving Supplies to Refugees Driven South by Sudan’s Army

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) carried out the first in a series of airdrops to replenish rapidly diminishing food stocks for more...

Under Pressure Sudan to Hold Direct Talks With Rebels

Sudanese government and the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N) are expected to hold direct political talks in Addis Ababa on Thursday, said...

Sudanese Army and SPLM Rebels Clash in South Kordofan

Sudanese troops and Sudan People's Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N) rebels clashed last Wednesday in South Kordofan village of El-Fragil west of Dilling. Due to the...

Sudan Govt Rejects Security Council Resolution – Refuse to Negotiate

The leadership council of Sudan's ruling National Congress Party (NCP) chaired by president Omer Hassan al-Bashir announced late Wednesday that it does not agree...

Rebels Seize Two Villages in South Kordofan, Close in On Key...

Insurgents fighting Sudanese government forces in the border state of South Kordofan on Thursday attacked and seized control of two villages in the vicinity...

Sudan Accuses the South of Backing Rebels

Sudan’s demoralized army accused South Sudan of backing a rebel attack on the strategic town of Talodi, the eve of planned crisis talks between...

Uganda Rubbishes Sudan’s Claim of Rebel Support

The Ugandan government has denied claims by Khartoum that Kampala supports rebels fighting the Sudan government of suspected war criminal Omar al-Bashir. Bashir's advisor, Mustafa...

China in Africa – the Blowback Begins

If this isn't a sign of how far the USA has fallen, I don't know what is. Twenty years ago it would have been American workers targeted by rebel groups. But the times they are a-changing, and two kidnappings in the last week suggest China's increasingly dominant role in the world - and especially Africa - is being recognised. And not in a good way.

Conflict Risk Alert – Stopping the Spread of Sudan’s New Civil...

Khartoum's most recent military offensive -- this time in Blue Nile state -- adds to fresh fighting between government and opposition forces in Southern Kordofan and recent hostilities in Abyei. With hundreds of thousands of people displaced, at least 20,000 of whom have fled into Ethiopia from Blue Nile in recent days, the growing war on multiple fronts poses serious dangers for the country, for its future relationship with the Republic of South Sudan and for the stability of the region as a whole.

Half of Sudan's Blue Nile State Displaced by Arab Attacks

Half of Blue Nile state's residents have been displaced because of the recent clashes between the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) and the Arab government's forces, according to sources in the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N).

Arab North Prepares to Attack SPLM-N's in Blue Nile State

Washington-based Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) said today that the Sudanese army massing heavily equipped troops to attack rebel positions in Blue Nile state.
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