UN Chief Urges Sudan, South Sudan to Resume Negotiations

Posted: May 10, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan
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UN Chief Urges Sudan, South Sudan to Resume Negotiations
Voice of America (blog)
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called on Sudan and South Sudan to “disengage” and return to negotiations after recent reports of fighting along their border. Speaking to the UN General Assembly in New York Wednesday, Mr. Ban said another element 

TheReporter.com
By AP JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — Sudan resumed its aerial bombardment of South Sudan, violating international calls for a cessation of hostilities between the two countries, a South Sudanese military official said Wednesday. Col.

AU-UN says Sudan halts key mission flights
AFP
KHARTOUM — The African Union-United Nations peacekeeping mission in Darfur said Tuesday that Sudan has suspended flights to its support base in Uganda, a historic ally of South Sudan, but Khartoum denied the move. “The ministry of defence notified us 
African viewpoint: Last of the Nuba?
BBC News
In our series of viewpoints from African journalists, film-maker and columnist Farai Sevenzo considers level playing fields and what the crisis between Sudan and South Sudan means for the Nuba people who are caught up in the middle of the conflict.
South Sudan army continues border recruitment
Sudan Tribune
May 8, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s army (SPLA) on Tuesday said passed out 830 recruits who underwent intensive basic military training at a military base in Mapel, Western Bahr el Ghazal State, which borders Sudan, as mobilisation of young men into the 
Khartoum bombs Unity State, South Sudan alleges
Sudan Tribune
By Bonifacio Taban Kuich May 8, 2012 (BENTIU) – South Sudan’s army (SPLA) has accused the Sudanese government of bombing oil-rich Unity State on Friday and Saturday in violation of a UN Security Council on May 2 calling for a cessation of hostilities.
Official: Sudan warplanes bomb South Sudan
Daily Herald
South Sudanese military official says Sudan has resumed its aerial bombardment of southern territory, violating international calls for a cessation of hostilities between the two Sudans. Col. Kella Dual Kueth, deputy spokesman for the South Sudan 
Prominent Sudan Journalist Detained Over Comments On Border Fighting
AllAfrica.com
Khartoum — Faisal Mohamed Salih, a Sudanese journalist, was detained on Tuesday by agents of the National Security and Intelligence Services (NISS) after being harassed for weeks over comments he made on fighting in the country’s border state of South 
Fighting continues between Sudan and South Sudan, as economies collapse
Christian Science Monitor
At this time last year, South Sudan was preparing to become Africa’s newest nation. Now the dispute between South Sudan and Sudan may turn both into the latest failed states. By Scott Baldauf, Staff writer / May 9, 2012 A SPLA-N fighter holds up his 
Music video by South Sudanese singer Yaba Angelosi
Christian Science Monitor
The January 2011 referendum is symbolized in this music video by South Sudanese singer Yaba Angelosi. The January 2011 referendum is symbolized in this music video by South Sudanesesinger Yaba Angelosi. François Hollande’s victory may represent change 
Cecafa welcomes South Sudan
SuperSport.com (blog)
by Collins Okinyo 09 May 2012, 16:48 South Sudan has become the 13th member of the Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (Cecafa). Consequently, Africa’s newest state will be eligible to compete in all regional competitions 
South Sudan Accuses Sudan of More Airstrikes
Voice of America
May 09, 2012 South Sudan Accuses Sudan of More Airstrikes VOA News South Sudan says Sudan has carried out cross-border airstrikes in violation of a United Nations-backed cease-fire. Military spokesman Kella Dual Kueth on Wednesday accused Sudan of 
South Sudan accuses Khartoum of more border attacks
Arab News
By REUTERS JUBA: South Sudan accused Sudan yesterday of bombing and shelling seven areas on the southern side of their disputed border in the last 48 hours, calling the acts a violation of a UN-backed cease-fire which should have begun on Saturday.
India’s Karuturi eyes Ethiopia exports to S.Sudan, Kenya
Reuters
“Everything is for Ethiopia, but we will also export to South Sudan and Kenya,” Karuturi said. Official data shows annual land rental rates for foreign firms ranged from $12.8 per hectare to just $1.15, one of the cheapest in the world.
Sudan offers tribe in disputed region citizenship
KTAR.com
The offer comes amid an increasingly volatile conflict with the now independent South Sudan. On Wednesday, the South Sudanese military said Sudan resumed aerial bombardment of the south’s territory. In Khartoum, Interior Ministry official Salaheddin 
South Sudan may face fiscal collapse by July, leaked report says
Los Angeles Times
South Sudan could run out of reserves and possibly face “state collapse” as soon as July after shutting off its oil, according to a confidential report leaked to news media that appears to be from the World Bank. The March memo, first reported and 

La Crosse Tribune
Sudan resumed its aerial bombardment of South Sudan, violating international calls for a cessation of hostilities between the two countries, a South Sudanese military official said Wednesday. Col. Kella Dual Kueth, deputy spokesman for the South Sudan 

Region’s Refugee Nightmare
AllAfrica.com
An upsurge in violence in Somalia, fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), hostilities between Sudan and South Sudan has sent afresh wave of refugees fleeing their countries burdening economies in the East Africa region that can barely take 
S. Sudan launches conflict early warning and response unit
Sudan Tribune
By Julius N. Uma May 9, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudan has officially launched its long-awaited national Conflict Early Warning and Response Unit (CEWERU); a system earmarked to deepen the government’s ability to pro-actively respond to risks of violent Bombs and hunger haunt Sudan’s Nuba mountains
Reuters – ‎
* Rebels accuse Sudan of bombing civilians, Khartoum denies * South Kordofan is another hotspot in flickering border war * Hundreds hide from fighting in rocky caves in mountains By Hereward Holland NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan, May 10 (Reuters) – Leaning on 
New Vision – ‎‎
Colonel Felix Kulayigye said any intervention in the affairs of a neighboring country would be contrary to Uganda’s peacekeeping role in Somalia. According to Voice of America, Kulayigye said allegations Uganda is supporting Sudanese rebels are a ploy 
Independent Online – ‎
By Ian Timberlake Khartoum – Sudan’s army said it fought with South Sudan along the disputed border on Wednesday while the South alleged it came under Sudanese air attack, violating a four-day-old UN-imposed ceasefire. The army in Khartoum said it had 
Myjoyonline.com – ‎‎
South Sudan has accused Sudan of bombing within its territory, in violation of a UN Security Council resolution to end hostilities. Juba’s information minister told the BBC several areas had been targeted in air raids in the last 48 hours.
Bernama – ‎
KHARTOUM, May 10 (BERNAMA-NNN-SUNA) — Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Karti said Khartoum’s relations with the Arab world have surpassed the stage of political support to one of effective participation by Arab states in implementing economic development 
Reuters Africa – ‎‎
KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudanese army troops have pushed out rebels who had seized control of a town in the western Darfur region, a state-linked media website said on Wednesday, the latest violent incident in the troubled area.
News24 – ‎
The UN says bodies lay in the battle-damaged town of Girayda after a brief occupation by rebel troops in the war-plagued Darfur region of western Sudan. Khartoum – The United Nations said bodies lay in the battle-damaged town of Girayda on Wednesday, 
Voice of America (blog) -‎
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called on Sudan and South Sudan to “disengage” and return to negotiations after recent reports of fighting along their border. Speaking to the UN General Assembly in New York Wednesday, Mr. Ban said another element 
Chicago Tribune – ‎
JUBA (Reuters) – South Sudan accused Sudan on Wednesday of bombing and shelling seven areas on the southern side of their disputed border in the last 48 hours, calling the acts a violation of a UN-backed ceasefire which should have begun on Saturday.
Deutsche Welle – ‎‎
South Sudan has claimed that Sudan has resumed a campaign of aerial bombardment against it, violating a UN cease-fire. Meanwhile, Khartoum accuses its neighbor of supporting rebels in the region of Darfur. A military spokesman for South Sudan alleged 
Jakarta Post –
Sudan resumed its aerial bombardment of South Sudan, violating international calls for a cessation of hostilities between the two countries, a South Sudanese military official said Wednesday. Col. Kella Dual Kueth, deputy spokesman for the South Sudan 
Los Angeles Times – ‎
South Sudan could run out of reserves and possibly face “state collapse” as soon as July after shutting off its oil, according to a confidential report leaked to news media that appears to be from the World Bank. The March memo, first reported and 
Pakistan Daily Times – ‎
KHARTOUM: Sudan and South Sudan faced a United Nations deadline on Wednesday to pull troops back from their disputed border, as the South alleged violation of a ceasefire in effect since May 4. Both sides are to establish a “Safe Demilitarised Border 
Voice of America (blog) – ‎‎
A Sudanese news agency says government forces have regained control of the rebel-held town of Girayda in the violence-plagued Darfur region of western Sudan. The semiofficial Sudan Media Center quoted government officials as saying nine soldiers and an 
Ahram Online – ‎
The moment the besieged British king in Shakespeare’s ‘Cymbeline’ defies a far stronger Roman empire to declare his people’s independence is filled with tension in any production. For the South Sudanese troupe putting on the play one chilly spring 
Ahram Online – ‎
Following a short-lived occupation by rebel troops in the Darfur region of western Sudan on Wednesday, Sudan’s army was able to regain control of Girayda town and the surrounding area. The Sudanese Media Center (SMC), which is close to the country’s 
Boston.com – ‎
May 09, 2012|AP A Sudan news agency says Sudanese armed forces have repulsed an attack by Darfur rebels in a town in South Darfur. Nine soldiers and an unknown number of rebels were killed. The semiofficial Sudan Media Center quoted government 
The Australian – ‎
THE United Nations said bodies lie in the battle-damaged town of Girayda after a brief occupation by rebel troops in the war-plagued Darfur region of western Sudan. Sudan’s army regained control of Girayda town and the surrounding area but nine 
The Hindu – ‎
With reference to the editorial The Sudan challenge published in The Hindu on April 28, Omer Elamin Abdalla, Charge d’Affaires, Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in New Delhi, says: We agree with you totally that the escalation of conflicts between 
Chicago Tribune – ‎
WASHINGTON — In response to numerous requests, Sudan Tribune is making the report used for the story ‘EXCLUSIVE: South Sudan economy on the verge of collapse, World Bank warns’ available to our readers. Yesterday the World Bank issued a statement 
Independent Online – ‎‎
By SAPA Kampala – Uganda says fresh allegations by Sudan that Uganda supports anti-Sudan rebels is a tactic to divert attention from Uganda’s claim that Sudan is sheltering warlord Joseph Kony. James Mugume, permanent secretary at Uganda’s Foreign 
Voice of America –
May 09, 2012 South Sudan Accuses Sudan of More Airstrikes VOA News South Sudan says Sudan has carried out cross-border airstrikes in violation of a United Nations-backed cease-fire. Military spokesman Kella Dual Kueth on Wednesday accused Sudan of 
Aljazeera.com -‎
South Sudan military spokesman says bombing by northern forces amounts to violation of a UN-backed ceasefire. South Sudan has accused Sudan of bombing and shelling areas on the southern side of their disputed border, calling the acts a violation of a 
Washington Post – ‎
KAMPALA, Uganda — Ugandan officials said Wednesday that a fresh allegation by Sudan that Uganda supports anti-Sudan rebels is a tactic to divert attention from Uganda’s claim that Sudan is sheltering warlord Joseph Kony.
Christian Science Monitor – ‎‎
At this time last year, South Sudan was preparing to become Africa’s newest nation. Now the dispute between South Sudan and Sudan may turn both into the latest failed states. By Scott Baldauf, Staff writer / May 9, 2012 A SPLA-N fighter holds up his 
U.S. News & World Report – ‎
By MICHAEL ONYIEGO, AP JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — Sudan resumed its aerial bombardment of South Sudan, violating international calls for a cessation of hostilities between the two countries, a South Sudanese military official said Wednesday. Col.
Independent Online – ‎
By SAPA Juba – Sudanese war planes have launched renewed air strikes against South Sudan, violating a UN Security Council resolution to end weeks of a bitter border conflict, the South’s army said on Wednesday. “The Republic of Sudan has been randomly 
News24 – ‎May 9, 2012‎
The wide appeal of this first dedicated guide to Sudan will satisfy the needs of aid workers,… Was R236.95 Now R201.41 Khartoum – Sudan and South Sudan faced a United Nations deadline on Wednesday to pull troops back from their disputed border, 
Huffington Post – ‎May 9, 2012‎
By MICHAEL ONYIEGO 05/09/12 05:28 PM ET Sudanese soldiers walk in the oil town of Heglig on April 24, 2012. (EBRAHIM HAMID/AFP/GettyImages) JUBA, South Sudan — Sudan resumed its aerial bombardment of South Sudan, violating international calls for a 
Chicago Tribune – ‎May 9, 2012‎
* Rebels intend to topple the Khartoum govt * Attack comes after Sudan and S.Sudan border clashes KHARTOUM, May 8 (Reuters) – Rebels in Sudan’s western Darfur region said on Tuesday they had seized control of a town from Sudanese government troops, 

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