Will Sudan’s New Peace Initiative Finally Bring Peace?

September 15, 2017 Khalil Charles @khalilcharles September 15, 2017 at 12:07 am 32 SHARES Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to RedditShare to EmailShare to More As Dr Ali Al-Hajj, the leader of the opposition Popular Congress Party, sat in the presidential office this week to discuss a new peace initiative with the President of the

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Sudan – Italy’s Commitment to Reintegrating Ex-combatants in Sudan

(Press Release) A ceremony was held in Khartoum at the headquarters of the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Program (“DDR”) to mark the occasion for putting into operation the computer equipment recently donated to Sudan organisations by Cooperation Italy, through the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (“AICS”) in Khartoum. Attendees at the ceremony included the General

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Australia Boosts Foreign Aid for Yemen, South Sudan and Somalia to Combat “devastating” Famine

Ellen Whinnett in London, News Corp Australia Network September 15, 2017 Ads by Kiosked AUSTRALIA has substantially boosted its financial commitment to tackling the looming famine in Yemen and Africa, approving another $30 million in foreign aid. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said the Government would provide the money to South Sudan, Yemen and Somalia is

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UN withdraws 30 Aid Workers from South Sudan’s Aburoc over Fighting

Agencies The UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) said Thursday they have withdrawn 30 humanitarian aid workers in the wake of recent renewed fighting in Aburoc area of Upper Nile region. The head of UNMISS David Shearer said that they were forced to withdraw 30 aid workers following outbreak of fighting on Wednesday which has

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Interview: South Sudan’s Ongoing Civil War Tests Ethiopia’s Foreign Policy

The Editors Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 For years, Ethiopia has been actively engaged in the civil war in neighboring South Sudan, providing troops and diplomatic support to help stabilize the ravaged country. But Ethiopia’s relations with Sudan, which South Sudan broke away from in 2011, go far deeper and have not always been amicable. In

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