Sudan Forces Linked to Ethnic Attacks?
Security forces are being linked to the ethnic clashes that killed scores and displaced thousands near a goldmine in Darfur, according to Amnesty International.
Sudan Tribune, 30 January 2013
Members of Sudan's security forces were reportedly involved in January attacks that left up to 200 people dead near a goldmine in Darfur, Amnesty International said on Wednesday,... read more »
Women and children in Jebel Marra (file photo).
Radio Dabanga, 27 January 2013
The Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) withdrew on Sunday from the gold mine area of Jebel 'Amer in North Darfur, where the tribal clashes between the Beni Hussein and Abbala tribes began... read more »
United Nations, 24 January 2013
Assistant Secretary General for Peacekeeping Edmond Mulet Briefs;read more »
United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur, 17 January 2013
The African Union - United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) is committed to engaging with all stakeholders to address the current humanitarian needs of thousands of civilians who... read more »