Sudan (Darfur)

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African Union - United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UN-Mandatiert)
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UN deputy chief says Sudan’s request for UNAMID’s departure “understandable” (02.01.2015)

Sudan said the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Jan Eliasson, has expressed his understanding of Khartoum’s demand that the hybrid peacekeeping mission in Darfur (UNAMID) prepare an exit strategy from the country.

ICC’s decision to freeze Darfur investigations raises fears of further bloodshed (14.12.2014)

The decision of the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, to suspend new investigations into the Darfur situation has raised concerns among Darfurians who expressed disappointment and anger, saying it would generate more violence and chaos in the region.

Sudan's Bashir slams UN peacekeepers, demands they leave (30.11.2014)

A peacekeeping force in Darfur had become a security burden and should leave, Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said on Sunday, escalating a row that has already led to the closure a joint United Nations-African Union office in Khartoum.

Sudan says shuts UN peacekeepers' Darfur rights office in Khartoum (26.11.2014)

Sudan has shut the human rights office of the joint United Nations-African Union (UNAMID) peacekeeping mission in Darfur, the foreign ministry said, amid tension over allegations of mass rape by Sudanese troops in the troubled region.

Sudan says Darfur talks limited to ceasefire (24.11.2014)

Sudan’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) on Monday rejected the demand of Darfur rebel groups for talks on a comprehensive peace process, stressing that the process aims only to reach a ceasefire in Darfur to allow them to take part in the national dialogue.

War-weary Darfuris see grim future with or without UN peacekeepers (24.11.2014)

Caught in a forgotten war between rebels and government forces and beset by bandits who roam the lawless roads, villagers in Darfur say their lives can scarcely get any worse if Sudan insists on international peacekeepers leaving their region.