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Is the Juba Peace Agreement a Turning Point for Sudan? | Chatham House

Sudan is looking towards a brighter future after the initialling of the Juba peace agreement on August 31, an important first step towards bringing peace to the conflict zones and laying the foundation for democratic transition and economic reform throughout … Continue reading

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Sudan govt, SPLM-N El Hilu agreement in Addis Ababa – rebels to retain arms | Radio Dabanga

Sudan’s transitional government signed a joint agreement* with the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North faction under the leadership of Abdelaziz El Hilu (SPLM-N El Hilu) in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa yesterday, which stipulates that the movement will remain armed … Continue reading

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Sudan pledges $750 million a year for peace and development in Darfur | Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government and the armed movements have agreed to establish a Fund for Peace Support and Sustainable Development in Darfur within two months of the signing of the peace. Source: Sudan pledges $750 million a year for peace and … Continue reading

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Global call for holdout Sudan rebels to join peace talks | Radio Dabanga

Parties within Sudan and internationally have called on the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North faction under the leadership of Abdelaziz El Hilu (SPLM-N El Hilu) in South Kordofan and parts of Blue Nile state, and the mainstream Sudan Liberation Movement in … Continue reading

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‘Historic agreement’ signed by Sudan govt, armed groups in Juba | Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government and the Sudan Revolutionary Front rebel alliance initialled a comprehensive peace agreement in the South Sudan capital of Juba yesterday. The agreement includes eight protocols for the five tracks (Darfur, the Two Areas, central Sudan, eastern Sudan, … Continue reading

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Sudan peace talks: 7 protocols signed in Juba | Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government delegation and members of the Sudan Revolutionary Front rebel alliance on Friday evening signed the Darfur track file, consisting of seven protocols, in preparation for the final signing scheduled for Monday in the presence of Sudan’s Prime … Continue reading

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Sudan peace negotiations coming to a close – Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government delegation to the peace negotiations in the South Sudan capital of Juba and the Darfur rebel movements have agreed to unify their negotiating positions on the security arrangements file. Khartoum and the UN-AU Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) … Continue reading

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Seven Sudan sit-ins cease | Radio Dabanga

Seven sit-ins in Sudan calling for security and stability, justice, and better basic services have been lifted after the authorities promised to meet their demands. Protest vigils continue in North Darfur, South Kordofan, White Nile state, Red Sea state, El … Continue reading

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The Dictator Who Waged War on Darfur Is Gone, but the Killing Goes On – NY Times

The Dictator Who Waged War on Darfur Is Gone, but the Killing Goes On By Declan Walsh July 30, 2020 The ouster of Sudan’s longtime ruler last year stoked hopes for peace in brutalized Darfur. But violence has surged amid … Continue reading

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Civilian governors appointed for Sudan’s 18 states | Radio Dabanga

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok announced the names of the new civilian state governors. Two of them are women. In a televised press conference at the Council of Ministers in Khartoum on Wednesday evening, Hamdok described the appointment of … Continue reading

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