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China to help Sudan in oil dispute with the South

China to help Sudan in oil dispute with the South

Sudan’s government said on Tuesday that it has appealed to diplomatic partner and investor China for help in resolving a protracted dispute over oil revenues with newly independent South Sudan.

Egypt, Sudan Look at Nile Water Strategy

Egypt, Sudan Look at Nile Water Strategy

Egypt and Sudan are both concerned over the historical agreements that deliver them the lion’s share of water from the Nile River. On Sunday, the two countries’ water officials met in the Egyptian capital, looking to continue their hegemonic status atop Nile water.

Sudan, South Sudan to settle disputes peacefully

Sudan, South Sudan to settle disputes peacefully

KHARTOUM — Sudan and South Sudan will resolve their disagreements through dialogue, Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and southern counterpart Salva Kiir said, but gave no hint of any progress after several meetings on Saturday.

Sudan’s embattled opposition vows resistance

Sudan’s embattled opposition vows resistance

(InformAfrica) — Sudan’s embattled main opposition party vowed Saturday to fight for regime change through armed struggle and mass protests, and called for international support, after clashes erupted in Blue Nile state.

Sudan: Building collapse in Darfur kills 20 soldiers

Sudan: Building collapse in Darfur kills 20 soldiers

(Breaking News) — A heavy rain storm in West Darfur caused two buildings housing Sudanese soldiers to collapse, killing 20 and injuring another 30, the UN peacekeeping mission said on Wednesday.

Sudan Says Open to Negotiations in Southern Kordofan

Sudan Says Open to Negotiations in Southern Kordofan

(“InformAfrica”) — The governor of Sudan’s embattled Southern Kordofan region says his government is willing to find a negotiated end to fighting in the oil-rich area.

Sudan jails second journalist for reporting rape

Sudan jails second journalist for reporting rape

(“InformAfrica”) — Sudan on Monday jailed a journalist for reporting the alleged rape of a female opposition activist by security forces, her lawyer said, in a trial that has already seen one reporter imprisoned.

Sudan: UN reports ‘extremely worrying’ attacks on civilians in Southern Kordofan

Sudan: UN reports ‘extremely worrying’ attacks on civilians in Southern Kordofan

The United Nations human rights office today said it had received “extremely worrying” reports of civilian casualties and massive displacement of people, amid deteriorating humanitarian conditions in the Sudanese state of Southern Kordofan, where forces of the northern and southern governments are engaged in fighting. “We call on all parties to the conflict to immediately […]

Pregnant with Possibility

Pregnant with Possibility

The news of a pregnancy should ideally be met with joy – but all too often there is justifiable fear. The African Union Summit this week, set to focus on the health of mothers and children, has a chance to transform this fear into hope.

When you invest in mothers, whole societies benefit, and when you care for children, you raise a new generation of leaders.

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