Entries from November 2007

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November 29, 2007 (KHARTOUM) — Sudanese president and his first deputy reaffirmed the resumption of dialogue between the two peace partners in order to end stalemate in the implementation of a peace deal signed in 2005 to end two decades of war.

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November 29, 2007 (NAIROBI) — Tribal fighters attacked a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) car inside a southern Sudan compound run by the aid group on Thursday, killing four people and wounding one, MSF said in a statement.

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JUBA, Nov 29 (Gurtong) - The Juba International Trade Investment and Exhibition is being hosted by the Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Supply with the theme of the exhibition ‘Promoting partnership in trade and investment to create a thriving economy for the benefit of the people of Southern Sudan.’

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RUMBEK, 26 Nov (Gurtong) – Bringing hundred of enthusiastic sports fans, Rumbek’s inter-primary competition has put on a show of volleyball, football and athletics. Read more
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TORIT, Nov 26 (Gurtong) – Connecting Eastern Equatoria’s capital to Juba across the air, the Gemtel mobile telephone company opened services on Saturday in Torit.

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SPLM ministers walked out of a coalition government in October saying key parts of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement were not being implemented by Khartoum.

The following political crisis worsened when Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir called for a northern militia, much-used during the 20 year north-south war, to remobilize. Kiir reiterated his position on Sunday, saying the south would not go back to war.

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November 24, 2007 (KHARTOUM) — Sudan’s ruling party renewed its commitment to a political reconciliation deal signed with an opposition umbrella in June 2005.

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November 24, 2007 (KHARTOUM) — The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) has summoned three high ranking members to Juba in order to investigate statements and contacts they made during the political crisis with the National Congress Party over the implementation of the peace deal.

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"I talked to [LRA leader] Joseph Kony a week ago and asked him about the rumours that Otti may be sick or in jail or dead," Machar told IRIN in Juba, capital of South Sudan, on 22 November. "In his words, his forces and the forces of his second-in-command had a conflict, but Otti is alive."

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Security concerns in a state famous for its inter-tribal warfare, cattle raiding and the abduction of children are high on the political agenda. The non-governmental agencies Pact and the Bonn International Centre for Conversion who are developing the curriculum are fully backed by the Education Ministry for the state, who together with headmasters, school inspectors were present at a recent training for the new curriculum.

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