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article 07 January 2014 World, Sudan
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South Sudan peace talks begin in Ethiopia

South Sudanese rebels and a government delegation start face-to-face peace talks, aimed at ending fighting that has left the world's newest state on the brink of a civil war.

article 01 January 2014 World, Sudan
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South Sudan: Peace talks start but war continues

The President of South Sudan will negotiate with his former deputy today, in an attempt to halt the ethnic murders that have taken 1,000 lives in the last two weeks.

article 24 December 2013 World, Sudan
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South Sudan military 'recaptures' key town of Bor

South Sudan's government says its military have recaptured the key town of Bor, days after it was seized by rebels.

post 18 November 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Dreaming of Europe, Africa's migrants risk disease, rape and death

Migrants are risking unimaginable horror to escape the poverty of sub-Saharan Africa, travelling through Libya in search of Europe's promised land.

article 07 April 2013 World, Sudan
Sudanese children are pictured at the Kalma camp for the internally displaced, home to 80,000 people, on the outskirts of Nyala, the capital of South Darfur state (Getty)
UK gives 33m in aid to Darfur

As the government pledges 33m in aid to Darfur, International Development Minister Lynne Featherstone says the money will be used to help communities grow their own food and providing training.

article 15 September 2012 World, Sudan
A Californian filmmaker linked to an anti-Islamic film which sparked a wave of violent protests across the world is taken in for questioning by officers. (Reuters)
Filmmaker 'behind Mohammed movie' questioned by police

A Californian filmmaker linked to an anti-Islamic film which sparked a wave of violent protests across the world is taken in for questioning by officers.

post 29 August 2012
Read more from Jonathan Miller on his blog Senem and the long walk to freedom

Many had walked for two or three months, hiding in the bush, eating nothing but leaves and bark, having fled their homes in the Ingessena Mountains, where they had come under attack from Sudan forces.

article 09 July 2012 World, Sudan
Bad news for South Sudan on first anniversary
Jonathan Miller by Bad news for South Sudan on first anniversary

With the world's youngest nation celebrating its first anniversary, a World Bank report predicts that South Sudan's decision to shut off its oil supply will have disastrous consequences.

post 08 July 2012
A peculiarly Sudanese sense of deja vu

It's exactly eight years since I reported from Nyala on the scorched-earth tactics of Sudan's president, Omar al-Bashir, writes Jonathan Miller.

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