Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Thousands Flee Renewed Fighting In Darfur

SUDAN: Thousands Displaced By Darfur Clashes -- IRIN

NAIROBI, 29 June 2010 (IRIN) - Ongoing clashes between various armed groups in western Sudan have intensified since May, displacing 725 households from Jebel Mara to Hassa Hissa camp in Zalingei, West Darfur, aid workers said.

An inter-agency verification exercise, conducted on 27 June, followed an appeal by the joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur (UNAMID) to the parties in the conflict to cease hostilities. On 24 June, UNAMID reported casualties in clashes between the Rizeigat and Misseriya communities in Bugulay and Tereij villages, 28km southeast of Zalingei.

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More News On Darfur

Thousands flee in renewed fighting in Darfur -- All Voices
Sudan to close border with Libya due to Darfur rebels -- BBC
Sudan closing border crossings with Libya, citing danger to travellers from rebels -- Canadian Press
Two rival Darfur tribes sign reconciliation agreement -- Relief Web
Arab tribes sign peace deal in Sudan's Darfur -- Reuters
Darfur: UN-African mission welcomes peace deal between warring tribes -- UN News Centre
Darfur Peace Talks ‘Not Serious,’ Says Rebel JEM spokesman -- Voice of America
JEM rebel group says no Darfur peace without it -- AFP
Darfur rebels threaten to attack Khartoum -- Gulf News
Doha forum is hardly conducive to resolve the crisis in Darfur -- Sudan Tribune
Darfur Rebel Leaders Face Judges at The Hague -- Voice of America
Aid Agencies Curtail Operations in Darfur -- Voice of America

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