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Sudan: RSF Accused of Gruesome Civilian Slaughters

Sudan: RSF Under Scrutiny for Civilian Massacres SUDAN - Once again, the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) face allegations of civilian killings in Sudan, further straining relations with the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) and drawing global condemnation. The U.S. slammed the RSF for allegedly killing defenseless locals in Wad_al_Noura, Gezira state. Trustworthy sources confirm that the mayhem on June 5 led to over 100 fatalities and numerous injuries. The State Department has urged the…

South Sudan Cabinet Imposes Limits on Access to President Kiir

South Sudan Cabinet Restricts President Kiir's Access JUBBA, South Sudan - The South Sudanese cabinet has placed restrictions on access to President Salva Kiir. His health woes have made public appearances tough the past couple of years. Due to ongoing health issues, safety protocols must be tightened around President Salva Kiir. His public presence has been scarce for nearly two years. Joseph Bakosoro, Minister of the Presidency, mentioned that this move is to refine protocols in the president's…

South Sudan Accuses UAE of Not Disrupting Sudan Mediation Efforts

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is not undermining Sudan mediation talks, according to South Sudan. Recent conflicts between the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) prompted the allegations. Juba denies the claims against Abu Dhabi, calling for accountability on both sides. South Sudan has been leading the mediation talks, closely watched by the world. Mubarak Ardol accused a UAE official of visiting rebel areas in South Kordofan after Juba, trying to disrupt an agreement on delivering aid. Minister…

Breaking News: Historic Peace Negotiations Commence in Nairobi for South Sudan Conflict Resolution

South Sudan's leader, Salva Kiir, is optimistic about the outcome of the peace talks taking place in Nairobi. The negotiations involve the government and rebel factions not included in the 2018 peace agreement that ended a devastating civil war. Key provisions from the previous agreement, such as the establishment of a unified security force, remain unfulfilled. To ensure fair elections, the opposition party has pushed for renewed discussions before the upcoming polls. Several African heads of state at the meeting have…

Sudan Army General’s Son Killed in Tragic Road Accident as Reported by Turkish Media

He got moved to a medical facility and taken into intensive care. His passing occurred in the hospital, according to the private DHA news agency, on Friday. A vicious conflict involving the Sudanese military under Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the Rapid Support Forces led by his ex-deputy Mohamed Hamdan Daglo has ravaged the nation for over a year. The ongoing war has claimed the lives of tens of thousands and displaced millions, leading to the United Nations referring to it as the "most massive displacement crisis globally."…

Sudanese Oil Exports Set to Rebound as South Sudan Resumes Shipments via Port of Sudan

In a significant development, South Sudan is set to restart exporting crude oil through the Port of Sudan, as confirmed by officials. This move is expected to greatly impact the nation's economy, which has been grappling with internal issues. The transportation will take place via the Jabalyn pipeline at the Port of Sudan following the recent renewal of ties between the two countries. The resumption is scheduled to occur within the next couple of months as stated by various officials in interviews with the media. Malik Agar,…

Upcoming Mediation Talks Between Kenya and South Sudan

President Williams Ruto from Kenya greeted President Salva Kiir in Nairobi on August 19, 2023 (photo by SS presidency). Kenya is set to facilitate negotiations between the South Sudan government and rebel factions in the near future, according to an official statement. Retired army Gen. Lazaro Sumbeiywo, appointed by President William Ruto to oversee the talks with armed and unarmed dissident groups in South Sudan, expressed optimism about the peace process. "Our talks with President Salva Kiir were productive. Mediation is…

Kenya is set to facilitate a mediation between the conflicting parties in South Sudan in the near future.

President Williams Ruto of Kenya greeted President Salva Kiir in Nairobi on August 19, 2023 (photo from the SS presidency). Kenya plans to mediate between the South Sudan government and rebel groups soon, according to an official source. Gen. Lazaro Sumbeiywo, a retired Kenyan army officer chosen by President Ruto to lead the negotiations between South Sudan government and rebel groups, expressed optimism about the peace talks. "Our meeting with President Salva Kiir was productive, and mediation could begin soon. This is a…

Conflict in Sudan: the noose tightens around the city

In Sudan, where the army of General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan clashes with the paramilitaries (RSF) of General Hemedti, fighting continues, especially in the strategic city of El Fasher. A researcher highlights, "This is the final battle for Darfur," as aid workers and diplomats fear an imminent assault by the RSF.

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