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Clashes in Sudan kill 58, raise tension on border

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Clashes between south Sudan's army and Darfuri Arab tribes killed 58 people, raising tension along the border with the north of the...

UN missions in some countries broke rules: watchdog

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UN missions in several world trouble spots neglected proper security procedures and financial controls, exposing the world body to unnecessary risks, according...

France invites Sudan, not Bashir, to summit

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy has asked Sudan to take part in a Franco-African summit in May, but has made clear that Sudanese...

Sudan signs deal with second Darfur rebel group

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Sudan signed a ceasefire agreement with a second Darfur rebel group on Thursday, part of a government campaign to resolve the conflict...

Murder in Sudan

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South Sudanese police say they suspect a political motive in the murder of a member of parliament in the southern capital Juba,...

Sudan rebukes UN-AU force over Darfur ambush

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Sudan summoned the acting head of international peacekeepers in Darfur to express concern over a rebel ambush last week in which vehicles...

Sudan to offer govt posts to Darfur rebels-documents

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Sudan will offer Darfur's rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) government positions as part of a peace deal, according to documents setting...

Ukraine arms shipment to Sudan exposed

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A Russian newspaper, Vremya Novostei, said that the Sudanese government is to receive its February's supply of 100 T-72M tanks from Ukrspetsexport...

Darfur peacekeepers get helicopters after long wait

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International peacekeepers in Sudan's Darfur region received their first five military helicopters today, ending a more than two-year wait for air support...

Sudan should lift Darfur security constraints: UN

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Sudan should amend security legislation to protect freedom of speech and assembly in its conflict-torn Darfur region ahead of a nationwide election...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...