|Sudan referendum timetable spells trouble|
afrol News, 7 October - Sudanese leaders have indicated it could e difficult to comply with the tight timetable to organise a referendum over the secession of South Sudan by 9 January. Now, the South threatens to go ahead with the vote alone, if necessary.
|Chad rebels fear for Sudan, CAR bases|
afrol News, 4 October - The UFR rebels, which came close to topple Chad's government in 2008, are negotiating the closure of their Darfur bases with Sudanese authorities. An intended transfer to the Central African Republic meanwhile is becoming complicated.
|Nile water resource dispute splits region|
afrol News, 14 May - Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda have signed a controversial deal to regulate and share the waters of River Nile, despite protests from downstream nations Sudan and Egypt. Ethiopia at the same time opened its first major dam on the Nile.
|Ugandan rebels increase terror in neighbour countries|
afrol News, 14 May - There is now "a dramatic rise in the frequency and brutality of attacks" by the Ugandan armed group known as the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) against civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and the Central Africa Republic. Uganda is asking neighbours to be allowed to take action.
|Population fears new clashes in Darfur|
afrol News, 13 May - Fears of a possible military battle in North Darfur are causing people already staying in camps for the internally displaced to flee again, the UN-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) reported today, adding that it is monitoring the situation.
|Sudan election results censored|
afrol News, 21 April - As election observers report large irregularities in Sudan's first multi-party polls in 24 years, civil society groups are being blocked away from their internet tool monitoring the elections and their result.
|What hope for Sudan...?|
afrol News, 16 April - After five days of polling in Sudan, in the first multi-party elections in twenty-four years, there is still very little hope for peace after the opposition cried foul of irregularities and alleged vote rigging.
|Sudan govt dismisses rights violation claims|
afrol News, 15 April - The Sudanese government has been irked by reports by researchers from some human rights groups to the effect that the government is violating rights and restricting freedoms critical to a fair poll, including freedoms of expression and assembly.
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» 10.02.2010 - Sudan-Chad agree to end wars
» 09.02.2010 - ICC drops charges against a Darfurian rebel
» 04.02.2010 - Additional genocide charge for al-Bashir
» 03.02.2010 - UN-AU mission rejects Darfur accusations
» 03.02.2010 - UN declares neutrality in Sudan’s referendum
» 27.01.2010 - Former Sudan PM to contest April poll
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» 20.01.2010 - Al Bashir to support 2011 referendum results
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