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Second Darfur rebel group joins peace talks with Sudan

(Reuters) – A second Sudanese rebel group in the western region of Darfur has agreed to start Qatar-sponsored peace talks with the government in Khartoum, officials said on Tuesday, in the first attempt by mediators to revive a stalled peace process.

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Sudan: A Return to All Out War?

Sudan: A Return to All Out War?

At Sudan-Reach we are following the developments in Sudan closely, hoping the disputes between Sudan and S. Sudan will be resolved swiftly and amicably to avoid a return to all out war. The current territorial disputes threaten to plunge the country into the state of chaos from

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Revisiting the Constitution – the status of women’s rights

The Sudanese interim constitutional framework, adopted in 2005, guarantees many rights for Women and is recognized and accepted by government bodies and institutions. However, the implementation of rights on the ground is quite a different story. It is often hindered by a number of factors—systemic  inaction on

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Sudan: Feeling the Pinch

A very engaging article from AllAfrica.com …………………………………………………………………………………………………. Khartoum — Hamed, 19, has a captive market for his goods, but only for frenetic 90-second bursts: once the traffic lights change on Khartoum’s Nile Avenue, potential customers for his packs of tissues drive on, sending Hamed and the rest

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Our Africa

Our Africa

For our first blog post, we thought we’d highlight a pretty phenomenal effort on the part of Our-Africa.org to capture the spirit and essence of the African continent. The website offers a country-by-country profile built upon the voices and perspectives of everyday people. We think the Sudan page is

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