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Darfur: UNHCR warns of consequences

In Sudan, in less than ten days and according to a report by the UN refugee agency, inter-municipal clashes have left 144 victims and more than 200 injured in El-Geneina in the Darfur region. The flight for almost 2000 refugees in nearby Chad. .

Tribal conflicts in Sudan’s Darfur leave more than

Tribal violence in Sudan's western Darfur region has displaced more than 1,800 people who have fled across the border into the nearby Central African nation of Chad in the past week, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said. The majority of refugees are women, children and senior citizens who have fled villages near the border since the violence broke out on April 3, said Babar Baloch, a spokesman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Some refugees have been…

state of emergency declared in West Darfur

The latest violence between rival tribes in this troubled region of Sudan has left at least 50 dead and more than 120 injured since Saturday, according to the Sudanese Medical Association. These clashes began on Saturday in El-Geneina, the capital of this state. They would have started, according to the UN, when a man shot at…

safety and humanitarian scenario in Darfur

Despite the fall of the dictatorship, despite peace with several rebel groups in the province of Darfur in October 2020, the latter is experiencing an increase in violence, especially tribal violence. This outbreak is accompanied by the departure of UNAMID. The mission of the UN-African Union ended its mandate on 31 December. The Sudanese force to replace the peacekeepers is not yet ready.…

Darfur: despite the signed peace, the problem of

In Darfur, while a peace deal was signed in October between the central government and several armed groups, the pacification of the province promises to be thorny. In fact, hundreds of thousands of people live in displaced camps and no longer have access to their land, which is occupied by other populations. From our special…

Sudan: towards the end of the conflict in Darfur, 17 years later?

This October 3, a historic peace agreement between the Sudanese power and rebel groups, officially ending almost 17 years of war in the country, is to be signed in Juba, South Sudan. A prior agreement has already been signed by all parties at the end of August, with the negotiations taking place for more than a year. It will therefore be the official signature theoretically in the presence of several heads of state from the region, representatives of the African Union and the regional organization Igad (intergovernmental…

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