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Bashir’s Darfur Referendum is fundamentally flawed

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

Omar al-Bashir government’s justification for an administrative referendum for the Darfur region is void because peace agreements in Abuja and Doha under which decided the referendum failed by a pick demolition of the ruling regime in Khartoum who failed to fulfill the peace agreements it signed with the rebel movements in Darfur. The (NCP) regime’s linking of the alleged Administrative Referendum for the region of Darfur to the abjectly failed conventions of Abuja in Nigeria, the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD) is a cracked invalid argument that refuted by the results of those agreements that did not meet any of the items, particularly with respect to compensation of civilians affected by the scourge of war in Darfur and the survivors of the horrors of genocide. Moreover, no one of the millions of Internally Displaced Person

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Sudanese human rights defenders prevented from travel to Geneva UPR meeting

Sudanese human rights defenders prevented from travel to Geneva UPR meeting
(28 March 2016) Sudan’s security agency has prevented three members of a civil society coalition from travelling to Geneva, Switzerland, to take part in meetings in preparation for the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Sudan in May. The three were stopped by plain-clothed security agents after checking in, told they were banned from travel, and their passports were confiscated.

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Important Statement

Date; 29/3/2016

Important Statement

By this released statement, SPLM/N would like to assure that, the fighting is still continuing up to now, between SPLM/N forces and NCP invaders forces in Karkraia, Agab and other front lines, SPLA/N in full control of the

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The campaign against Omar al-Bashir racked up an impressive win this week


Thursday, March 17, 2016 - 14:40

By Mark Kersten*

The campaign against Omar al-Bashir racked up an impressive win this week. In the latest development in an ongoing legal tug-of-war, the South African Supreme Court of Appeal ruled that the government of South Africa had acted unlawfully when it refused to detain and surrender Bashir to the International Criminal Court (ICC) during a visit to the country last June. The landmark ruling

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Unmanned drawn shot down in nuba mountains


Date; 16/3/2016
Unmanned drawn shot down in nuba mountains
SPLA/N air defence unit of Hieban sector under command of Brg.
Gen/ Nimeri Murad, in Nuba mountains/South Kordofan region on 15/3/016 at 5;00 pm shot down Unmanned drawn, it was surveying and mapping civilians institutions being schools, hospital, water sources and markets

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the AUHIP to separate the humanitarian process from the political process

On the Eve of the Addis Ababa Meeting on 18 March 2016, the SPLM-N calls for:

·         the AUHIP to separate the humanitarian process from the political process

·         an agreement between the parties on humanitarian access

·         the UN to implement the agreement reached by the two parties

·         the Sudan government to halt aerial bombardment against civilian populations

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Important statement


Date; 14/3/2016
Important statement
In the battle that last for more than Four hours, from 9;30 am to 2;00 pm on 13/3/016, SPLM/N forces 2nd division Blue Nile/Sinar  under command of mjr.
Gen/ Ahmed Alomda Bade, and direct

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Important statement

Date; 11/3/2016
Today 11/3/016 at 9;00 am NCP military convoy launched their offensive against SPLM/N controlled areas of Kau Nyaro, with intensive artillery shelling supported by aerial bombardment, ten barrel bombs dropped into the area cause wide bushfire, while SPLA/N forces kau/werne sector under command of Berg. Gen/ Salih Adlan Kori preparing to respond, they were surprised by the enemy fleeing the battlefield before engaging in the fight, our forces remain in high alert to confront any attempt to attack the area.

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SPLM/N forces repulsed for 20th times attack on kilgu

Date; 11/3/2016
SPLM/N forces repulsed for 20th times attack on kilgu
Repeatedly NCP forces and militias repulsed from kilgu mountain in Bau County of Blue Nile region, on 8/3/2016 at 8:30 pm NCP forces attacked Kilgu for the 20th times since 2015, the fight continued up to early morning of 9/3/2016 SPLA/N under direct command of lt. col/ Farid Alfahal Musa and overall

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Ambush on Dilling -Dibebat highway


Date; 26/2/016

Ambush on Dilling -Dibebat highway

SPLM/N forces in South kordofan/Nuba mountains region on Salara sector under command of brg.Gen/ Daud Ashaiya on 25/2//016 ambushed NCP logistical reenforcement to Khorsana reseve bergade which moved to kadugli in order to launch their operation, the following are completely destroyed and burned to ashes, Four tanks T-55 onboard two lowbeds truck, six fuel tankers, Four of desel and two petrol, one vehicle full of weapons, 23 enemy bodies left on the ground, in our side two comrades slightly wounded, SPLA/N continue moniter and closely follow NCP forces movement to

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To: All Human Rights Organizations, Amnesty International and Civil Rights Organizations

To: All Human Rights Organizations, Amnesty International and Civil Rights Organizations
My name is Hamid ELdood Mahdi, associate professor, Alneelain University, Sudan. I am from South Kordofan State which is considered as one of the war affected areas. Most of my people have been displaced for many years just because of their stance. Many have fallen victims to the brutality practised by the current regime.
What I have mentioned is very little to cover what is supposed to be said about the plight. My personal story with this merciless regime has started since I was a university student fighting for the rights and privileges of the marginalized people from the whole Sudan and in particular those who suffer from the war orchestrated by the NCP.
According to my continuous resistence against the aggressive attitude of the so called Khartoum regime, I have always been harrassed and arrested  by the NCP militia who nicknamed themselves "The National Sudanese Security and Intelligence".

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Sudanese opposition forces call to boycott Darfur referendum

February 13 2016 (KHARTOUM) - The opposition "Sudan Call" alliance denounced the policies of the government of President Omer al-Bashir and called on the population of Darfur region to boycott an administrative referendum scheduled to be held next April.

statement issued Saturday, the coalition of opposition parties and armed groups in Blue Nile and South Kordofan states and Darfur region said the regime failed though its internal process to produce genuine political solutions to end war and restore freedoms in Sudan.

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What Makes Sudan Shift towards Israeli Regime?

AhlulBayt News Agency - Sudan, since the rise of the Islamic Salvation Front to power in 1989, has established very strong ties with Iran and the resistant Palestinian groups and hosted such movements as Hamas and Islamic Jihad on its soil. Due to its Islamic and honorable stances, Sudan has undergone a great deal of difficulties. Despite the economic problems and domestic crises the nation has been suffering from, the country's support for Palestine is considered to be the main drive for the Sudanese to back the government of President Omar al-Bashir.

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African leaders’ atrocities – we need more ICC involvement, not less

On a daily basis, the world is encountered with shocking and disturbing reports of atrocities in countries such as, Burundi, Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), to name just but a few.

These atrocities have resulted in the cruel deaths of millions of innocent defenceless people.

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How do the new U.S. visa rules work?

BY Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press  January 22, 2016 at 8:50 AM EST

PBS

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is tightening travel restrictions on Europeans and others who have visited Iran, Iraq, Syria or Sudan in the last five years. At the same time, officials say the new rules might not apply to travelers in certain occupations whose travels were for business.

Questions and answers about the visa-free travel program and the new rules:

How can people come to the U.S. without a visa?

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