Topic: Ngok Dinka
If global leaders don't press Khartoum to pull back from the disputed Abyei region, it will signal to Sudan that it can resolve disputes militarily, rather than politically, writes guest blogger Amanda Hsiao.
10/07/2011 01:55 pm
The thousands of Sudanese civilians who fled Abyei last month are wary about returning because they doubt the staying power of the most recent agreement to bring peace.
06/27/2011 12:59 pm
Firsthand accounts and the ethnic makeup of people displaced by violence in Sudan's border region indicate civilians may have been the target of attacks by northern forces.
06/16/2011 03:00 pm
Scores of people have been killed and tens of thousands displaced as northern and southern forces clash ahead of the South's July 9 succession.
06/15/2011 11:59 am
With the northern Sudanese military firmly in control of the disputed territory of Abyei, Abyei’s residents have fled to the nearby towns of Agok and Aniet.
06/03/2011 12:06 pm
South Sudan says the North is at risk of breaking a fragile 2005 peace deal that ended two decades of civil war.
05/24/2011 08:49 am
According to South Sudanese leaders, the seizure of the strategic, oil-rich town of Abyei was a declaration of war by the northern government.
05/22/2011 04:30 pm
This week’s attacks underscore how the disputed, oil-rich border town of Abyei has been used as a lightning rod by political leaders in both northern Sudan and soon-to-be independent South Sudan.
03/03/2011 04:31 pm
Although some results from South Sudan's referendum still need to be made official, Sudanese and international observers are beginning to look ahead to what comes with independence.
01/27/2011 12:35 pm
Clashes over who controls the disputed border region of Abyei – and its oil – could greatly complicate South Sudan's move toward independence.
01/16/2011 01:39 pm