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Despite the 2012 independence vote by South Sudan, churches will remain united with those in the North, to help those in Muslim-majority Sudan.
Churches in the Muslim north of Sudan are facing pressure from government officials and members of the public who are demanding their closure.
Church leaders in South Sudan expressed their readiness to help secure peace, stability, growth and development in their new nation.
South Sudan achieves its independence today. The new president has received an assurance of continued solidarity from the World Council of Churches.
The Malaysian government should withdraw its invitation to Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, and arrest him if he travels there, Amnesty International says.
Christian leaders across the world are asking the international community to help stop violence in Sudan's Southern Kordofan border state.
Escalating violence against civilians in Sudan’s disputed South Kordofan State is leading to major humanitarian catastrophe, say Sudanese churches.
I have witnessed some extraordinary diatribes on the uselessness of aid this week, so thank you Defence Secretary Liam Fox for being the catalyst to a show of sentiment that makes me again wonder how far we’ve moved on since the Enlightenment.
As independence for South Sudan approaches on 9 July, churches are coordinating efforts to bring lasting peace to a region exhausted by civil war.
Church leaders in Southern Sudan have called for urgent strategies to end threats caused by northern Uganda's rebel group, the Lord's Resistance Army.
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