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· November, 2006

Stories about Sudan from November, 2006

Sudan: can bloggers save Darfur?

In a post titled, Can Bloggers Save Darfur?, We Blog for Darfur respond to arguments raised by Mark Jones, the Global Community Editor for Reuters, “We don’t ask for your...

Sudan: UN troops in Sudan?

Sudanese Thinker is trying to make sense of the deal between the Sudanese government and the United Nations, “Has Sudan really accepted the deal and is simply downplaying that fact?...

Africa: Africa's economies

Eliesmith writes about the 2006 African Development Indicator, “According to the report, the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Republic of South Africa have retained their dominant positions on the...

Sudan: Southern Sudanese are trapped

Africa Blogs explain why Southern Sudanese feel trapped, “Inside the mud-and-wattle structures, eating places by day and pubs by night, littering the Juba streets, people hurdle to discuss the future...

Sudan: Sudanese blogosphere blossoming

The blossoming of Sudanese blogosphere, via Sudanese Thinker.

Sudan: Democratic victory, Darfur's loss

John Akec argues that the control of both the Senate and House by the Democratic majority after the US mid-term elections is a loss for South Sudan and Darfur, “I...

Sudan: brain gain

Are you a Sudanese living abroad? Do you want to go home and serve your country? The UNDP has a special programme for you.

Sudan: we blog for Darfur

Grandiose Parlor writes about a new blogging initiative, We Blog for Darfur.

Tanzanian bloggers’ virtual conference

Tanzanian bloggers worldwide are meeting formally for the first time today October 18th, 2006. After calls by several African bloggers for African bloggers to organise their ‘own’ media and blogging...

Sudan: relief agency pulls out

The Norwegian Refugee Council pulls out of Darfur: One can always hope for the best, but I very much doubt that the NRC will be the last organization to quit...

Uganda Update: peace talks, reconciliation, and a frustrated president

It's been an excellent week for big news and sharp writing in Uganda. The peace talks in Juba continue to dominate the agenda. Last week, a renewed ceasefire gave LRA...

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