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Une attaque de nomades arabes contre un convoi de Sud-Soudanais a fait dix morts à la frontière Nord-Sud, ont annoncé les autorités mardi, au troisième jour du référendum sur l’indépendance du Sud.
More than 60 percent of voters have already taken part in south Sudan’s independence referendum, ensuring the result of the vote will be valid, a senior southern official said on Wednesday.
South Sudan will want to strengthen ties with sub-Saharan Africa, the West and beyond after its expected secession, but will have to tread carefully if it wants to avoid antagonising its old rulers in Khartoum.
North and South Sudan could join forces in a European Union-style pact if southerners vote to secede in Sunday’s independence referendum, Sudan’s president said in an interview on Friday.
South Sudan’s weak fledgling administration could be overwhelmed by people returning home to the newly independent state, threatening to cause conflict unless more aid is provided, relief groups said on Wednesday.
Le président soudanais Omar el-Béchir s’est rendu mardi 4 janvier 2011 à Juba, la capitale du Sud-Soudan, une région qui doit se prononcer dimanche 9 janvier pour ou contre son indépendance.
La date du référendum prévue le 9 janvier 2011 a été confirmée au Soudan. Le Sud doit voter pour ou contre la sécession avec le Nord.
KHARTOUM – Sudan’s ruling northern party warned on Sunday it may not recognise the result of a January 9 southern referendum on independence if problems with registering voters were not resolved. The vote marks the final stage of a 2005 peace process between the north and south of Sudan which ended Africa’s longest civil war, [...]
Thousands of south Sudanese started registering for their long-awaited independence referendum on Monday, the first concrete step towards a vote that could split Africa’s largest country in two.
Ground attack jets of the kind that a U.N. report says may have been used by Sudan’s government in strikes in Darfur in violation of an arms embargo were in plain view of Security Council diplomats during their visit this month to Sudan’s conflict-torn region.
Sudan’s president accused former civil war foes in the south of going back on the terms of a peace deal,
L’armée soudanaise a affirmé jeudi avoir pris le contrôle d’un secteur clé du Darfour des mains de la rébellion lors de combats meurtriers qui surviennent
A referendum on whether Sudan’s disputed Abyei region should join the country’s north or south will not go ahead unless outstanding
Sudan’s vice president on Monday urged U.N. member states to forgive the debts of Africa’s largest country to strengthen prospects for peace ahead of a referendum on independence for south Sudan.
Sudan hopes to start registering voters in mid-October for a referendum on the independence of its oil-producing south from north, a senior official said on Sunday, the first formal indication of a date. There are widespread concerns that Sudan has not left itself enough time to organise the plebiscite, due on Jan 9. 2011.