sudanese news

By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 15th, 2013
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By JON MARK BEILUE jon.beilue@amarillo.com Lual Lual is nearing his second year as a correctional officer at the Clements Unit, the 3,400-inmate prison facility on the northeast edge of Amarillo. Prisons across the state are facing shortages in guards because of salary and tough work conditions. Lual...
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Jan 14th, 2013
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By Justin Maker Bol, opinion During the civil wars, many South Sudanese people fled their country to neighboring countries looking for a refuge and better life for their families . They stayed at the UN camps as refugees and eventually got resettled to USA, Europe, Australia and few African countries...
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Jan 13th, 2013
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By David L. Phillips and Ahmed Hussain Adam Israeli warplanes attacked Sudan’s military-industrial complex at al-Yarmouk on October 23, 2012. While the raid set-back Sudan’s weapons production – including delivery by Sudan of Iranian Fajr-5 missiles to Hamas in Gaza — additional measures are needed t...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 13th, 2013
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(Nairobi) – Sudan should immediately rescind its decision to shut down four civil society organizations in Khartoum in December 2012. The government should allow independent groups to operate freely and conduct peaceful protests. International donors, diplomats, and organizations involved in Sudan, i...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Jan 1st, 2013
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Israel’s Interior Minister has requested for legal approval to allow authorities to carryout the mass deportation of tens and thousands of Eritrean and Sudanese asylum-seekers and migrants. According to Israeli news outlets, interior minister, Eli Yishai, has called on the justice and foreign ministr...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 10th, 2012
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By Steve Paterno The cold blooded murder of Isaiah Abraham is a shock, but it never came as a surprise to observers of South Sudan events, including this writer. South Sudan, a newly independent country is experiencing a cruel evolution, characterized with weak institutions, lack of capacity, incompe...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 10th, 2012
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Political and Military Implications, International Obligations By Eric Reeves Recent commentary on the purported “coup attempt” in Khartoum has been quite various, sometimes even fanciful, with little in the way of consensus about how serious the “coup” was or precisely who wa...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 22nd, 2012
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(IRIN) – Refugee crises appear to come and go. In 2011, all eyes were on the Dadaab refugee complex in northern Kenya as it received hundreds of thousands of Somalis fleeing famine and conflict. This year, attention has shifted to the refugee exodus from Syria, even though the majority of Somal...
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Nov 14th, 2012
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By Emily Cooper,independent (GETTY IMAGES)           Darfur and the DRC are two of the most dangerous places on earth, with armed factions fighting for control of territory and regular violent clashes. But far more dangerous than bullets is the silent killer of disease and ma...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 13th, 2012
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By Eric Reeves For well over a year, the world has known fully—from a wide range of sources—about military efforts by Khartoum to starve more than one million civilians in South Kordofan, and subsequently Blue Nile—overwhelmingly people of the African tribal groups in these two regions. These people ...