Sudan (Darfur)

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Sudan restricts movement of aid workers in Darfur, UN reports (17.05.2011)

Sudanese authorities have announced that they are immediately restricting the movement of humanitarian workers operating in the south of the war-torn Darfur region because of ongoing military operations and security threats, the United Nations reported today.

Sudan’s government endorses Darfur’s division into five states (05.05.2011)

The national government approved today a draft law to create two new states in Darfur making five the total number of states in the restive region of western Sudan.

New UN-African Union project aims to boost humanitarian access in Darfur (02.05.2011)

The joint United Nations-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur has announced a new initiative to help aid agencies access hard-to-reach communities in parts of the strife-torn Sudanese region.

JEM rebels reject the proposed peace deal (01.05.2011)

The rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) rejected a draft peace agreement to end the eight year conflict in western Sudan region of Darfur saying it remains far from the legitimate aspirations of Darfurians.

Darfurians continue to protest against Sudanese government (28.04.2011)

Thousands of Darfurians protested on Thursday in three towns against the Sudanese government accused of perpetrating war crimes in the restive region since 2003.

Darfur mediators hand draft peace agreement, urge Sudan and JEM to make progress (27.04.2011)

Darfur mediators handed today as scheduled a draft peace agreement to the three Sudanese parties participating in the Doha talks to end the eight year conflict in Darfur region. They further called on the Sudanese government and Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) make progress in the direct talks.

Sudan says to hold Darfur referendum on July 1 (24.04.2011)

Sudan's National Election Commission announced on Sunday that a planned referendum on how the war-torn Darfur region should be governed will take place no later than July 1.