Sudan Threatens to Expel Foreign Aid Agencies
International aid agencies operating in Darfur could see themselves expelled if they are found to be involved in airlifting humanitarian goods to rebel controlled areas, the government has warned.
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Sudan Tribune, 17 September 2012
The Sudanese government has accused some international NGOs of being involved in an airlift operation delivering humanitarian assistance to rebel-controlled areas in the country's... read more »
Sudan Tribune, 12 September 2012
A long-awaited humanitarian operation in the zones held by the Sudanese rebels in South Kordofan, and Blue Nile will be launched during the next two weeks, the Arab League envoy... read more »
Sudan Tribune, 11 September 2012
A Sudanese official has accused the troika consisting of the United Nations (UN), the African Union (AU) and the Arab League (AL) of being responsible for the failure of a deal... read more »
Sudan Tribune, 4 September 2012
Sudanese government proposed Tuesday to deliver humanitarian assistance from the capitals of North Kordofan and Blue Nile states to the rebel controlled areas.read more »
South Sudan News Agency, 28 August 2012
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