The members of the Security Council today in NY condemned in the strongest terms the attack by Misseriya elements on a convoy of the UN Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) and a delegation of Ngok Dinka on Saturday (May 4), which resulted in the death of Ngok Dinka Paramount Chief Kuol Deng Kuol, an [...]
The government of South Sudan strongly condemned the killing of paramount chief and an Ethiopian Peacekeeper in Abyei region on Saturday (May 4th 2013). UNMISS
Briefing the Security Council today in an open meeting, the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, Herve Ladsous, said that while there had been mildly encouraging developments regarding the peace process, a fully inclusive political settlement is yet to be reached. UNTV
Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon met today (26 April) with the foreign minister of Sudan, Ali Ahmed Karti, at the United Nations in New York. UNTV
The United Nations Refugee Agency says that around 50,000 Sudanese refugees fleeing inter-ethnic violence in the troubled Darfur region have crossed into Chadover the last week. CHUNTV
United States (US) Ambassador Susan Rice briefed journalists today (12 March) following a United Nations (UN) Security Council meeting on Sudan and South Sudan with the Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, Herve Ladsous.
Sudan and South Sudan signed today (12 March) a long-awaited cooperation agreements, paving the way for the resumption of oil exports, and giving their ailing economies a desperately needed lifeline.
The Sudanese government represented by First Vice-President Ali Osman Taha this week swore in council members to serve in the Darfur regional authority, as provided for in the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur. UNAMID
UN Humanitarian expert tells the Security Council that in the absence of strong action on its part, the international community will continue its failures to aid the needy in Sudan and South. UNTV
Humanitarian officials have warned that an influx of close to 110,000 Sudanese refugees to South Sudan's Upper Nile State could be a source of conflict due to pressure on local residents. UNMISS