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News Digest Sudan: Floods, Oil Transit Fees, Cholera, Sudan/South Sudan Borders, Nile Dam Talks,…

News Digest Sudan: Floods, Oil Transit Fees, Cholera, Sudan/South Sudan Borders, Nile Dam Talks,…

Published every Monday, and updated daily through the week, our News Digest Sudan is a selected compilation of recent stories on various topics to keep an eye on, from grassroots groups, major NGOs and international media sources around the world. Available in English and/or French. If...

Evan Atar Adaha, chirurgien au Soudan du Sud, lauréat du prix Nansen 2018

Nous célébrons régulièrement l’engagement d’hommes et de femmes, médecins d’exception, qui mettent leurs compétences au service des populations les plus démunies. Certains travaillent dans des conditions particulièrement difficiles et ils sauvent quotidiennement...

Interview Series: Sudan – Part 3: Interview with Esther Sprague (Sudan Unlimited)

It is hard for the Sudanese that I talk with to understand these polices of Europe and the U.S. In the past, both have been strong allies of the people of Sudan in their efforts to secure freedom, equal citizenship and a just peace. It does not make sense to Sudanese for the E.U. to...

South Sudan Peace Deal with armed opposition groups fails to address corruption at root of conflict

In June we posted a news about the peace deal signed in Khartoum: after almost five years of a deadly civil war, South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and South Sudan’s opposition leader Riek Machar met in Khartoum. Read our news: Salva Kiir and Riek Machar strike peace deal in Khartoum....

News Digest (Sep. 01, 2018): Amin Mekki Madani dies, Ahmed Al-Dai Bushara Joudah, Peter Biar Ajak, Darfur United, Bobi Wine…

News Digest (Sep. 01, 2018): Amin Mekki Madani dies, Ahmed Al-Dai Bushara Joudah, Peter Biar Ajak, Darfur United, Bobi Wine…

This is our last Weekly News Digest, a selected compilation of recent stories we publish each Saturday during Summertime. Today: Sudanese human rights defender Dr Amin Mekki Madani has died; Darfur United Men’s Team in Los Angeles; El Jareeda and El Tayyar newspapers confiscated;...

News Digest (Aug. 25, 2018): Kofi Annan has died, UK deporting people, The Sudan Call coalition, Aquarius…

News Digest (Aug. 25, 2018): Kofi Annan has died, UK deporting people, The Sudan Call coalition, Aquarius…

This is our fourth Weekly News Digest of August, it is a selected compilation of recent stories we publish each Saturday during Summertime. Today: Students and doctor died in Sudan; UK deporting people; The Sudan Call coalition of opposition parties; South Sudan’s forests; Former...

South Sudan: Sanctions and arms embargo to give peace a chance?

South Sudan: Sanctions and arms embargo to give peace a chance?

In June, Salva Kiir and Riek Machar striked peace deal in Khartoum. We were hoping this agreement would forge lasting peace in the devastated country, while many people are wondering if the involvement of Sudan is a good sign. Dr Remember Miamingi writes about the Implications of Khartoum...

Salva Kiir and Riek Machar strike peace deal in Khartoum

After almost five years of a deadly civil war, South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and South Sudan’s opposition leader Riek Machar meet in Khartoum on June 25, 2018, and it seems the two leaders reached compromises on a number of outstanding issues. Times Live wrote about this...

Sudan reinstates nationality to people of South Sudanese origin

Sudan reinstates nationality to people of South Sudanese origin

A couple of months ago, an article published on 7DNews explained that under a new proposed amendment to the Sudanese Nationality Act of 1994 the Sudanese government will withdraw Sudanese nationality from South Sudanese living in north Sudan unless they can prove residence since before...

Soudan du Sud : les femmes manifestent pour la paix et contre les violences

Depuis l’indépendance du Soudan du Sud en 2011, le pays a connu de nombreux conflits, des famines et des déplacements de population. Résultat d’une guerre civile sanglante entre partisans du président Salva Kiir et ceux du vice-président Riek Machar. Et au coeur de ces...




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