According to Darfuri refugees residing in eastern Chad camps, there can be no peace without security or justice.
“First, we need security. Without security, there can be no voluntary return, justice, nor compensation,” Sheikh Mohamed Dafallah, coordinator of the Darfuri … Read more
Prominent leaders of camps for displaced people in Darfur have reiterated their demands for justice as a cornerstone for any sustainable peace process in the region. They also emphasised the necessity of transferring those indicted by the International Criminal Court … Read more
The Episcopal Church on Wednesday inaugurated a computer center in Renk County of Upper Nile State.
Samuel Yuot Nyok, the Secretary-General of the Episcopal Diocese of Renk, told Radio Tamazuj on Thursday that the computer training center will build capacities … Read more
Three teenagers accused of robbery in Bor town were found guilty by a High Court on Friday.
John Yel Aleu, the president of the Jonglei High Court, told Radio Tamazuj on Monday that three teenagers aged between 17 and 19 … Read more
KHARTOUM– Sudan’s Prime Minister, Abdalla Hamdok, on Monday (yesterday), survived failed assassination attempt, in the capital Khartoum, Sudan’s official TV reported.
Hamdok said, he was in “good shape” and that what had happened would be “an additional push to the … Read more
The United States condemns in the strongest possible terms today’s attack on Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok’s convoy in Khartoum and offers our condolences to the loved ones of victims killed or injured in the attack. We continue to monitor … Read more