Sudan (Darfur)

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Khartoum signs a peace deal with a Darfur breakaway faction (18.03.2013)

The Sudanese government signed an agreement with a breakaway faction from Sudan’s Liberation Movement of Abdel Wahid Nur (SLM-AW) called “Darfur Front for Injustice Rebuttal”.

UNAMID revamps strategy to protect Darfur civilians (17.03.2013)

The new measures include an increase in the number of daily patrols, the deployment of civilian staff to critical areas, closer cooperation with internally displaced people and their leaders, closer coordination at the grassroots level with state and federal government bodies, and the development...

UNSC extends mandate for Darfur panel on arms embargo and sanctions (14.02.2013)

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Thursday have renewed an initial one-year mandate for the panel of experts set up to oversee the arms embargo in Darfur and sanctions against those impeding peace in the region.

Sudan denies Mali Islamist fighters arrived in Darfur (13.02.2013)

Sudan's army said rebels had infiltrated into the troubled Darfur region from the Central African Republic but denied these were Islamist fighters fleeing a French advance in Mali, state news agency SUNA said on Wednesday.

Sudan and Darfur rebel group sign ceasefire under UN-African Union auspices (11.02.2013)

The Government of Sudan and one of the main rebel factions in Darfur have signed a ceasefire agreement to move the peace process forward, the United Nations-African Union mediator announced today.

Sudan, rebel group discuss ceasefire in Darfur (29.01.2013)

The Sudanese government and a splinter faction of the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) are negotiating a temporary ceasefire agreement in the Qatari capital, a rebel official confirmed on Monday.

Sudan says Darfur rebels willing to discuss peace, JEM denies (24.01.2013)

Rebel movements are willing to continue dialogue on ways to end the 10-year conflict in Darfur region, said the head of a committee aiming to persuade the non-signatories to join the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD).