Two Sudans to Resume Crisis Talks
In a bid for peace between Sudan and South Sudan, the two countries are expected to resume crisis talks to end outstanding issues under the supervision of the African Union.
The fighting between the two countries has led to the displacement of thousands of people.
Sudan Tribune, 28 June 2012
South Sudan has asked neighbouring Eritrea to play a diplomatic role in pushing Sudan to commit itself for a genuine negotiations with South Sudan on the existing outstanding ... read more »
UN News Service, 19 June 2012
Noting a reduction in violence in the shared border area between Sudan and South Sudan, the United Nations Security Council has welcomed the resumption of negotiations between the ... read more »
South Sudan News Agency, 20 June 2012
We have been made to hope for nothing! The African Union which has been slaying our efforts is a substandard organization with no single record of achievement in its history. Is ... read more »