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Kenyan Court Issues Arrest Warrant For Sudan’s President Omar Bashir

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AFRICANGLOBE - A Kenyan judge has issued a warrant on Monday for Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, who is  wanted by an international court for genocide, after the government failed to arrest him during a visit last year. The high court ruling means Bashir's arrest "should be effected by the Attorney General and the Minister for Internal Security should he ever set foot in Kenya," Judge Nicolas Ombija said.

U.S. Urges End To Sudan Fighting As Northern Airstrikes Leaves 50,000...

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AFRICANGLOBE - The United States on Wednesday urged Sudan and armed opposition groups to end fighting in the Blue Nile border state and warned Khartoum the violence was hurting its chances of repairing relations with Washington.

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

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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.

Thousands More Africans Flee Arab Air Strikes in Blue Nile, Sudan

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A fresh wave of air strikes in Sudan's Blue Nile State since last Wednesday has sent increasing numbers of refugees fleeing into Ethiopia, with some 1,500 pouring through the Kurmuk border crossing last Friday alone. The latest bombs reportedly fell Monday.

Wikileaks: Govt of Sudan Seeking North Korean Missiles

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The Sudanese government has been secretly conducting negotiations with North Korea for the purchase of medium-range ballistic missiles, short-range missiles, and anti-tank missiles, according to a leaked US diplomatic note.

Thousands Flee Blue Nile Clashes Into Ethiopia

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Around 2500-3000 people have fled to Ethiopia to escape recent clashes in the north Sudanese state of Blue Nile, reports emerged on Sunday.

Over 200,000 Could Face Catastrophe as Sudan's Arab Minority Govt Bars...

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More than 200,000 people affected by recent fighting in Sudan's Southern Kordofan state face potentially catastrophic levels of malnutrition and mortality after the Arab minority Government's refusal to let aid agencies replenish stocks and deploy personnel

Sudan: Arab North Now Bombing Civilians in South Kordofan

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On Jun. 19, Angelo al-Sir, a subsistence farmer from a small village east of Kadugli, capital of the oil-rich South Kordofan state in Northern Sudan, saw his pregnant wife, two of his 10 children, his nephew and another relative killed in an Arab airstrike in broad daylight.

Amnesty International: Possible War Crimes in Sudan's South Kordofan State

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In a rare trip to the Nuba Mountains region of Southern Kordofan, researchers from two human rights groups found that an indiscriminate bombing campaign carried out by the Arab government in Sudan since early-June is killing and maiming men, women and children.

UN Reports Rights Abuses in South Kordofan

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The release of a UN report into war crimes and crimes against humanity in Sudan's South Kordofan state has been applauded by human rights activists but the delay in its publication has also caused frustration.

UN Urges Inquiry Into Alleged War Crimes in Sudan's South Kordofan

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The United Nations today called for a thorough investigation into violations of international law committed in Sudan's Southern Kordofan state in June which it said could, if substantiated, amount to crimes against humanity or war crimes.

Memories Of Utopia The Story Of The Arab Destruction Of Ancient...

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AFRICANGLOBE - Memories of Utopia the story of the Arab destruction of ancient Nubia told through the experience of Fikri el-Keshem a Nubian who along with tens of thousands of Egyptian Nubians were forcibly removed from their ancient home on the banks of the Nile in order to make way for the construction of the Aswan Dam which covered their ancient temples and flooded parts of the world's oldest civilization.
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