Ahmed Haroun

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Nov 12th, 2012
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By Anne Bartlett, opinion Einstein once quipped that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Given this point, one might suggest that recent agreements on borders, security and peace in Sudan have an element of the insane about them. Suc...
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Apr 16th, 2012
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Khartoum – Sudan on Sunday warned South Sudan against damaging oil facilities in the Heglig region it has occupied, after the South accused Khartoum’s air force of bombing the area. “If the South Sudanese army affects the oil infrastructure it means it is keen on taking the conflict...
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Dec 16th, 2011
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A group of senior Sudanese officials indicted by the International Criminal Court, including the president, continue to commit genocide in western Sudan, the court’s prosecutor said on Thursday. The ICC has issued arrest warrants against President Omar Hassan al-Bashir for genocide as well as f...
By benim
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Nov 9th, 2011
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The ruling National Congress Party (NCP) in Sudan has exuded rejection to a U.S. proposal aimed at resolving the conflict in the country’s oil-rich state of South Kordofan, saying Khartoum will never accept to cede any part of it. Al-Sahafah, a local Sudanese newspaper, last week reported that Washin...
By benim
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Aug 6th, 2011
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The Anglican bishop of Kadugli in Sudan’s Southern Kordofan state has appealed to the United Nations to send a fact-finding team to investigate credible reports of mass graves and other serious crimes against civilians allegedly committed by Sudanese forces there. Reverend Andudu Adam Elnail, the Ang...
By benim
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Jul 28th, 2011
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The Sudanese government on Wednesday acknowledged that authorities in South Kordofan collected dead bodies on trucks for burial during the course of fighting in the oil-rich state. The foreign ministry spokesperson Al- Obaid Marawih said that the scattered corpses were rained on prompting the local g...
By benim
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Jul 27th, 2011
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Sudan said on Tuesday it was ready to negotiate an end to fighting in its main oil state of South Kordofan but accused armed groups there of trying to prolong the violence by teaming up with rebels in neighbouring Darfur. Tens of thousands of civilians have fled since clashes flared in June between S...
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Jul 19th, 2011
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Acts committed by Sudan army and its allied militias during localized violence in South Kordofan State may amount to “war crimes and crimes against humanity”, a UN report has said, recommending a probe into the alleged atrocities by the International Criminal Court (ICC). JPEG – 8.1 kb Internat...
By benim
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Jul 7th, 2011
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Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir vowed to fight northern rebels and boycott future international peace talks on Thursday as he put up a bold front two days ahead of the secession of the south of his country. South Sudan is due to declare independence on Saturday — a long-awaited se...
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Jul 7th, 2011
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Juba – The number of people killed this year in south Sudan, which will become the world’s newest nation on Saturday, has reached 2 368, the United Nations said on Thursday, with some 500 deaths in the past month alone. The figures, collated by the United Nations, based on reports from lo...