Darfur

 
The mistakes donors make when funding African media
The mistakes donors make when funding African media
In April, famed South Sudanese journalist, Alfred Taban, passed away in Kampala, Uganda. A former BBC correspondent, Taban was among the first...
Sudan deal defuses threat of 'slide into chaos'
Sudan deal defuses threat of 'slide into chaos'
A hard-won deal between Sudan's ruling generals and protest leaders has averted a slide into chaos or even civil war but many questions remain...
Sudan denies more than 100 killed in protest crackdown
Sudan denies more than 100 killed in protest crackdown
Sudanese authorities admitted dozens of people were killed in a crackdown on protesters but denied doctors' claims the death toll has topped 100,...
Resource scarcity, climate change linked to conflict and displacement
Resource scarcity, climate change linked to conflict and displacement
Governments around the world are engaged in a series of talks that could fundamentally alter how the movement of people across borders is managed....
Sudanese student killed in protests against bread price rise
Sudanese student killed in protests against bread price rise
A student was killed in Sudan on Sunday during protests against soaring bread prices, officials and witnesses said.
UN cutback plan ‘betrays’ Darfur
UN cutback plan ‘betrays’ Darfur
After nearly a decade of trying to keep the peace in Darfur, the United Nations and the African Union believe they are seeing light at the end of...
SA peacekeeper killed in Sudan's Darfur
SA peacekeeper killed in Sudan's Darfur
The UN-African Union peacekeeping mission said on Monday that the attack took place on Sunday near Mellit, in North Darfur state, and resulted in...
SANDF deny SA troops held hostage over Bashir saga
SANDF deny SA troops held hostage over Bashir saga
“The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has noted with utter dismay the reports in various media alleging that SANDF troops are being...
Qatar to provide R88m for Darfur development plan
Qatar to provide R88m for Darfur development plan
Qatar confirmed on Monday it will provide $88-million to kick-start a strategy for lasting development of Sudan's Darfur, which this year saw...
Thousands displaced after unrest in Darfur
Thousands displaced after unrest in Darfur
Arson and looting by militia has displaced about 20 000 people in Sudan's Darfur, adding to the strain on agencies struggling to aid...
Seven peacekeepers killed in Darfur
Seven peacekeepers killed in Darfur
Law and order has collapsed in much of Darfur, where mainly African tribes took up arms in 2003 against the Arab-led government in Khartoum, which...
Search for 100 miners believed dead in Sudan comes to an end
Search for 100 miners believed dead in Sudan comes to an end
"Today the searching has stopped because it was too dangerous," the man said on Saturday from the scene of the tragedy in Jebel Amir...

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