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Two dead, 24 injured as security forces fire on demonstrators in Central Darfur (17.02.2014)

Two men were killed and 24 injured when security forces fired live bullets at a demonstration of displaced people in Zalingei in Central Darfur on Monday morning.

UN report points finger at Sudan over UNAMID attacks (16.02.2014)

A United Nations committee that is tasked with monitoring compliance with Sudan-related sanctions has pointed fingers at Khartoum for attacks that took place on African Union-United Nations peacekeepers in Darfur (UNAMID) in the towns of Muhajiriya and Khor Abeche last year.

The Limits of Darfur’s Peace Process – new ICG report (27.01.2014)

In The Limits of Darfur’s Peace Process, the third report in its Sudan’s Spreading Conflict series on the violence besetting the country’s peripheries, the International Crisis Group analyses Darfur and the contradiction between the piecemeal and comprehensive approaches to the decade-old war.

Amid deteriorating conditions in Darfur, UN official urges all parties to join peace effort (23.01.2014)

The security situation in Darfur deteriorated over the course of 2013 and remains volatile, a senior United Nations official told the Security Council today, while calling on all sides to join negotiations aimed at achieving a permanent ceasefire and comprehensive peace for the people of the...

Deadly attack against Darfur peacekeepers draws Security Council condemnation (30.12.2013)

The Security Council has condemned “in the strongest terms” the attack on a United Nations-African Union convoy in Sudan’s Darfur region that resulted in the deaths of two peacekeepers, one from Jordan and the other from Senegal.

Sudan’s Bashir vows end of rebellion in South Kordofan and Darfur in 2014 (26.12.2013)

The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir, vowed to end Sudan’s rebellions in 2014 saying that military campaign carried out in South Kordofan will be followed by another one in Darfur region.

Security Council hears criticism over ‘inaction and paralysis’ in Darfur crisis (11.12.2013)

It is “an understatement” to say the victims of Sudan’s Darfur conflict have lost all hope, the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) said today, reiterating her “frustration and despair” at the United Nations Security Council's “inaction and paralysis”, and urged it to take...