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Government Backed Militia Continue to Attack Civilians in Darfur

Despite Sudanese government false claims of peace in Darfur, this week once again saw massive violence against civilians, both from unofficial mil...

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Yet Another Week of Devastating Violence in Darfur

The past 10 days have seen yet another slew of violent assaults on civilians in Darfur, with displaced people and recent returnees remaining espec...

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Civilians in Darfur Remain Under Attack

This past week saw four major attacks reported in Darfur, with additional state violence throughout the entirety of Sudan. Violence in Darfur alon...

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United Nations General Assembly Vote on -New Partnership for Africa’s Development United Nations General Assembly Must hold Sudan accountable

The United Nations General Assembly voted today on “New Partnership for Africa’s Development: progress in implementation and international support...

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The Dangerous News of Russian Troops Present in South Darfur

On Tuesday morning, Radio Dabanga reported that Russian troops have been spotted in Um Dafug locality, South Darfur state. This report noted 500 Russi...

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Sudanese Government’s “Ceasefire” is Fundamentally Meaningless

Sudan Tribune reported last week that Sudanese President Al-Bashir has extended the government’s “unilateral ceasefire,” covering the Darfur reg...

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High Level Polish-Sudan Diplomacy is an Affront to Justice

Sudan Tribune reported earlier this week that the foreign ministers of Poland and Sudan met in Khartoum on July 21st, to discuss a number of issues o...

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