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30 Jul 1997 description

A weekly report on major developments concerning relief operations in southern Sudan

30 Jul 1997 description

A weekly report on major developments concerning relief operations in southern Sudan

29 Jul 1997 description

RE-AFFIRMATION of their commitment to the liberation of the peoples of Southern Sudan and the marginalized areas was made last week at a week-long Dialogue between the New Sudan Council of Churches and the SPLM/A.

25 Jul 1997 description

Issued weekly by the United Nations World Food Programme

24 Jul 1997 description

This alert comes courtesy of South Sudan OnLine. South Sudan OnLine does not endorse the information, but does share it for informational purposes.
From: Cindy Browne <combonipn@igc.apc.org>
Subject: More trouble in Sudan
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22 Jul 1997 description

A weekly report on major developments
concerning relief operations in southern Sudan

17 Jul 1997 description
report Mail and Guardian

Investors are lining up to invest in Sudanese projects from oil exploration to shipping -- but all the projects require a lasting solution to the civil war.

NHIAL BOL in Khartoum

INVESTORS are lining up at Sudan's door, but many are saying that they will only enter if the government speeds up the negotiations for a peaceful settlement to the ongoing conflict in the South.

16 Jul 1997 description

A weekly report on major developments concerning relief operations in southern Sudan

15 Jul 1997 description
report Voice of America

DATE=7/15/97
TYPE=CORRESPONDENT REPORT
NUMBER=2-217175
TITLE=SUDAN FIGHTING (L)
BYLINE=SCOTT STEARNS
DATELINE=NAIROBI
CONTENT=
VOICED AT:

INTRO: IN SUDAN, THERE IS MORE FIGHTING BEING REPORTED AROUND
THE SOUTHERN CITY OF JUBA, WITH REBELS AND MILITIA GROUPS ALLIED
WITH THE GOVERNMENT BOTH CLAIMING SIGNIFICANT GAINS. A REGIONAL
MEETING IN KENYA LAST WEEK APPEARS TO HAVE DONE LITTLE TO RESTART
SUDANESE PEACE TALKS, AS VOA'S SCOTT STEARNS REPORTS.

TEXT: REBELS SAY THEY HAVE TAKEN TWO MORE TOWNS ON THEIR PUSH

15 Jul 1997 description
report World Vision

reported by Winnie Ogana
WV Africa Communications photojournalist

The parasitic guinea worm has caused food production to drop by as much as 90 percent in parts of southern Sudan, says World Vision agriculturalist Henry Muganga who works out of World Vision's base in the town of Ng'abagok in Tonj county, Bahr el Ghazal province. Although other factors such as drought, occasional flooding, elephants, and bird pests also take a toll, the long, threadlike worm immobilizes both young and old, preventing them from farming.

11 Jul 1997 description

Issued weekly by the United Nations World Food Programme
This report includes: A) East Africa: Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda B) Central Africa: Democratic Republic of Congo,
Republic of Congo C) Sudan D) Angola E) Mozambique F) Laos

From J.-M. Boucher, Chief, Programming Service. Available on the Internet at WFP Home Page http://www.wfp.org/ Contact

09 Jul 1997 description

NAIROBI, Kenya (Reuter) - Sudan's president said Wednesday that he considered a framework for talks to end Sudan's civil war not to be binding but merely a basis for discussion.

09 Jul 1997 description

A weekly report on major developments concerning relief operations in southern Sudan
JULY FLIGHT CLEARANCES RECEIVED...

The Government of Sudan has approved the July 1997 flight clearance lists for Lokichokio-based flights into southern Sudan with the following exceptions:

Yei, Tali, Maridi, Yirol, Rumbek, Tonj, Warrap and Kongor.

PSYCHOSOCIAL TRAINING IN AKOT...

09 Jul 1997 description

NAIROBI, Kenya (Reuter) - Sudan's president and other African leaders said Wednesday Sudan accepted a framework for negotiations to end the nation's 14-year civil war, clearing the way for a resumption of talks.

''The summit welcomed the acceptance by the government of Sudan of the declaration of principles as the basis for discussions and negotiations,'' the five leaders said in a statement at the end of their two-day regional summit on Sudan.

''The summit considered this development a major breakthrough in the peace initiative.

08 Jul 1997 description
report Mail and Guardian

The Sudanese government and the rebel movement under Johna Garang are expected to meet in Nairobi today (Tuesday) for their long-stalled peace talks.

MOYIGA NDURU

SUDAN'S belligerents are expected to meet in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi on Tuesday, July 8 to try to find a peaceful solution to their country's 14-year conflict.

The talks, if they happen, will end two months of speculation among exiled Sudanese that the warring sides planned to drag their feet on joining the peace process.

07 Jul 1997 description
report African Rights

Facing Genocide examines the war waged by the Sudan Government against the Nuba people of South Kordofan. This war of annihilation, ten years old this month, is the most closely-guarded secret in Sudan. The region has been sealed off for six years while government forces engage in an all-out assault on the rural Nuba. The appalling human suffering inflicted in this scorched earth policy, and the nightmare of life in "peace camps", where the population is forcibly concentrated, have never been exposed.

07 Jul 1997 description

NAIROBI, KENYA (PANA) - Leaders of the Inter-governmental Authority on Drought and Development begin a two-day meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, Tuesday, to discuss the conflicts in Somalia and Sudan.
Also high on the agenda of the forum of the leaders from Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda, is expected to be the fate of 114 Sudanese prisoners of war held by Uganda.

03 Jul 1997 description

A weekly report on major developments concerning relief operations in southern Sudan

01 Jul 1997 description
report Oxfam

June 1997



The Oxfam Emergencies Bulletin aims to give an overview of Oxfam's current
emergency work world-wide, for use in communications work. It appears
monthly.

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