President Kiir Speaks with Presdent Obama
GoSS, 3 April 2012
The President of the Republic H.E Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit briefed President of the United States of America H.E Obama on the current political situation with Khartoum, recent… Read more »
Talks between Sudan and South Sudan have stalled as both sides accuse each other of being responsible for last week's violence on the border. see more »
UN Urges Khartoum, Juba to End Border Clashes
UN News, 2 April 2012
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today stressed his deep concern over the continued fighting along the border between Sudan and South Sudan and urged the two countries' leaders to… Read more »
Juba Pleads for Global Help to 'Tame' Khartoum
Capital FM, 2 April 2012
South Sudan is now urging the international community to urgently intervene and resolve a crisis between the new nation and its northern neighbour, which has been bombarding… Read more »
Nation Will Not Let Juba, Khartoum Row Worsen
Prime Minister Raila Odinga has said Kenya is deeply concerned about the heightening tension and escalating hostilities between South Sudan and Sudan. Read more »
Direct Aid to Kordofan Seen as Vital by the U.S.
State Department, 2 April 2012
President Obama expressed concern about growing tensions between Sudan and South Sudan when speaking April 2 to South Sudanese President Salva Kiir about the clashes in the border… Read more »
Obama Urges Kiir to Meet Bashir in Summit
White House, 2 April 2012
President Obama spoke today with President Kiir to urge him to build on the recent achievements of the nationality and citizenship agreements initialed by South Sudan and Sudan,… Read more »
Letter to President of the Republic of South Sudan Salva Kiir Mayardit From South Sudanese Civil Society Organizations Regarding the Government of South Sudan's Invitation to President Omar Al-Bashir to Attend the April 2012 Presidential Summit in Juba
HRW, 29 March 2012
Twelve South Sudanese civil society groups today sent a letter to President Salva Kiir Mayardi, expressing concern at the South Sudan government's invitation to President Omar… Read more »
War is brewing in the region. South Sudan has accused Sudan of violating its territorial integrity and bombing South Sudanese towns and villages in ... see more »
A woman from the Kawahla tribe, who are mainly herders in Sudan's North Kordofan.
The governor of South Kordofan state - already indicted for crimes against humanity at the ICC - has been filmed urging members of the Sudanese Armed Forces fighting Sudan People ... Read more »
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has cancelled his visit to Juba following fresh clashes between the two armies that is reported to be the most serious confrontation since the two ... Read more »
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