Monthly Archives: september 2017
Over 140,000 S. Sudan refugees in Sudan’s White Nile state
25 drept i sammenstøt i Sør-Sudan
Trusler mot journalister er dagligdags i Sør-Sudan – har du rapportert negativt om landet, kommer du neppe inn
Sudan to participate in African Union summit on Libya
Sudan’s Vice President Hassabo Abdel-Rahman will travel next Friday to the Republic of Congo to participate in an African Union summit on the Libyan crisis.
Is Sudan about to withdraw troops from Yemen?
Sudanese presidential advisor: We will not attend Africa conference with Israel
Sudanese Vice President Ibrahim Al-Senoussi confirmed that his country would not be part of the African-Israeli conference which is scheduled to be held in late October in Togo.
Sudan’s opposition head launches new peace initiative
The secretary-general of one of Sudan’s leading opposition parties has launched an initiative aimed at ending the decade-long conflict in the western Darfur region including the Nuba Mountains and the Blue Nile areas, the official news agency SUNA has reported.
“I decide for myself”: South Sudanese woman shows the power of knowledge
Elizabeth Ayumpou Balang is a teacher at a nursery and primary school in Rumbek, a town in central South Sudan. It is her dream job, but it did not come easily. Like many girls in South Sudan, Ms. Balang was married, and became a mother, while just a teenager.
South Sudan: Words Matter – Hate Speech and South Sudan
“South Sudan terrorists need to be killed in order for peace to reign. Lawful killing has been practised by states since time immemorial.”