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A senior church leader in Sudan continues to work for peace and democracy as the country faces a vital referendum on whether to separate south and north.
The UN Security Council’s visit to the country presents a critical opportunity to focus on the oil sector as an incentive for peace, said Global Witness today.
At the UN Sudan summit, President Obama and world leaders must address oil disputes that threaten civil war in Africa’s biggest country, Global Witness says.
Former World Council of Churches general secretary Samuel Kobia, says a planned January 2011 referendum for Southern Sudan must go ahead.
Sudanese security forces are carrying out a brutal campaign of detentions, torture, and intimidation against opponents, says a new Amnesty report.
The head of the Sudan Council of Churches has called for the urgent resolution of the conflict in Darfur after two German aid workers became the latest victims of abduction in the region.
A senior Sudanese church official says political parties must agree on the sharing of oil wealth to minimise north-south border tensions in Africa's largest nation.
The head of the Sudan Council of Churches has urged citizens to accept the election victory of Omar al-Bashir, despite the ICC 'crimes against humanity' charges he faces.
The General Secretary of the Sudan Council of Churches has said that the current national elections in Africa's biggest country do not qualify as free and fair.
Muslims in the troubled region of Darfur are working with Christians to build a church in Southern Sudan as a symbol of peace and solidarity.
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