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Troika countries dismiss credibility of Sudan elections
Sudan Tribune

Sudan: Troika Statement On Elections in Sudan

press release London — Troika members regret the Government of Sudan's failure to create a free and fair elections environment. The members of the Troika (Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States) regret the Government of Sudan's ..., 6 hours ago

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S. Sudan rebels say they repulsed an attack in Upper Nile

(KAMPALA) - South Sudanese rebels said they repulsed an imminent attack by pro-government forces in Khor-Athoy, located north of Upper Nile state on Friday. Captain Paul Malith Koang, a rebel spokesman, claimed pro-government forces renewed attacks ...
 Africa News Wire6 days ago Sudan rebels claim repulsing attack in Blue Nile  SudaneseOnline.com9 hours ago S. Sudan rebels repulse attack in Upper Nile  Sudan Tribune5 days ago
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S. Sudan rebels deny holding separate talks with government

(KAMPALA) - South Sudan rebels have dismissed claims that they initiated separate talks with a pro-government group, despite the ongoing peace talks mediated by regional leaders. Face-to-face talks between the South Sudanese government and rebels ...
 Sudan Tribune7 hours ago Governor's son defects to South Sudan rebels  Sudan Tribune1 week ago South Sudan rebels: President needs to make more concessions  Times of India1 month ago South Sudan bans journalists from interviewing rebels  Zee News2 months ago

SPLM-N fighters kill 18 government soldiers in Blue Nile : rebel spokesperson

(KHARTOUM) - The rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM-N) claimed that rebel fighters 18 government troops when they clashed with the assailing force in area Kulgu, Blue Nile state on Thursday. SPLM-N photo showing vehicles they claim to ...
 Sudan Tribune6 hours ago South Sudan: 130 rebels said to be killed in fresh fighting  Business Standard1 month ago South Sudan: 130 Rebels Killed  Rediff.com1 month ago Fresh fighting in South Sudan even as international diplomats tried unsuccessfully to secure a peace deal  News on Air1 month ago

South Sudan seeks political solution to Upper Nile clashes

(JUBA) - The South Sudanese government is due to send a high level delegation to contain clashes that occured in its Upper Nile state capital this week. Former rebel leader Johnson Olony speaks to the press upon arrival at Juba International ...
 Sudan Tribune6 hours ago S. Sudan rebels warn army against plans to attack in Upper Nile  Sudan Tribune21 hours ago South Sudan army kills 28 rebels in Upper Nile clashes days ago
Sudan Tribune

Sudan Elections 2015: Ruling National Congress Party Admits Low Voter Turnout After Government Dismissed Remarks About Poor Participation

Sudan's ruling National Congress Party (NCP) admitted Tuesday to a low voter turnout in the recent elections, less than a week after the Sudanese government dismissed remarks about poor participation at the polls due to voter apathy. The NCP's ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago Voter turnout in Sudan elections exceeds that of US, UK: official  Sudan Tribune1 day ago NCP triumph in Sudan  Al Ahram1 day ago Sudan: Voters boycott sham election  Green Left Weekly4 days ago

Fighting in South Sudan's Upper Nile drags into third day

JUBA, April 23 (Reuters) - Opposing groups of government soldiers in South Sudan's Upper Nile state fought for a third day on Thursday, a ruling party official said, adding that the defence minister will travel to the region in a bid to defuse the ...
 Reuters UK1 day ago Fighting in South Sudan's Upper …  Yahoo! India1 day ago REUTERS - Fighting in South Sudan's Upper Nile drags into third day  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago

Rival pro-govt troops clash in S Sudan's Malakal

Iran Press TV Wed Apr 22, 2015 4:44PM Rival pro-government troops in South Sudan have clashed in the war-ravaged country's northeastern city of Malakal. The South Sudanese army said on Wednesday that during the latest fighting in the capital of ...
 GlobalSecurity.org2 days ago Fighting in South Sudan Northern Town  Naharnet2 days ago Heavy fighting in South Sudan oil town  Lebanon Daily Star2 days ago South Sudan: On the brink of collapse?  Al Jazeera2 days ago

Bashir may attend S. Sudan independence celebrations

(JUBA) Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir is expected to be among several heads of state and governments who will attend celebrations for the fourth anniversary of South Sudan's independence in July. Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir ...
 Sudan Tribune1 day ago Bashir cancels Indonesia trip amid reports he was denied flight permission  Sudan Tribune1 day ago Al-Bashir Shelves Indonesia Trip days ago | Sudan's Bashir cancels trip to Indonesia  News243 days ago

Sudan president cancels conference visit to Indonesia

Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir has cancelled a trip to Indonesia at the last minute, a government official has said, in what would have been his first journey outside of Africa or the Middle East in nearly four years. Bashir's plan to ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 days ago
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