Sudan (Darfur)

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African Union - United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UN-Mandatiert)
Beginn: 01/08

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Heavy fighting rages in Sudan's Darfur region (09.01.2013)

Rebels have seized two towns in Darfur, international peacekeepers quoted a local leader as saying, as fighting raged in at least two parts of the troubled region of western Sudan.

Sudanese opposition and rebel groups agree to topple Bashir’s regime (06.01.2013)

Representatives of the opposition National Consensus Forces (NCF) and the rebel Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) met during five days in the Ugandan capital Kampala to discuss ways to reunite their efforts to bring down the NCP regime.

Abducted UN peacekeepers freed (02.01.2013)

Two United Nations peacekeepers who had been abducted in Sudan’s Darfur region were released today, after 136 days in captivity.

Sudanese army bar UNAMID from investigating fresh clashes in North Darfur (21.12.2012)

The Sudanese army has prevented an investigation team from the joint peacekeeping mission from investigation recent fight that caused new wave of internal displacement in North Darfur.

Sudan to repartition South Kordofan into two states (21.12.2012)

Sudan First Vice President announced on Thursday that West Darfur state will be soon reestablished as a separate territorial administrative entity during the celebrations of the independence day in January.

UN and AU announce new head of joint peacekeeping mission in Darfur (20.12.2012)

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, today announced the appointment of Mohamed Ibn Chambas of Ghana as their Joint Special Representative for Darfur, and head of the joint UN-AU peacekeeping mission in the...

Security Council does too little on Darfur genocide suspects - ICC (13.12.2012)

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court accused the United Nations Security Council on Thursday of doing too little to bring Sudanese genocide suspects to justice.