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South Sudan rebels warn U.N., residents to leave border state before attacksupdated: Sun Oct 30 2011 03:44:00

A South Sudan rebel group warned the United Nations and residents to leave a remote border state within three days or risk coming under fire as it launches an attack on the local government.

Rebel attack in South Sudan kills 39updated: Sat Oct 29 2011 14:41:00

South Sudanese rebels launched an attack in oil-rich Unity state that killed 39 people, a spokesman for that fledgling government said Saturday.

U.N. official urges Darfur rebel groups to join peace effortsupdated: Thu Sep 15 2011 17:51:00

The United Nations-African Union joint special representative to Darfur, Ibrahim Gambari, has called on leaders of Darfur rebels to join the peace process.

Sudan expels French medical aid groupupdated: Tue Feb 15 2011 23:15:00

Sudan has ordered a French medical aid agency out of South Darfur state, accusing the organization of supporting rebel forces and for releasing what it called false rape reports against forces loyal to the Khartoum government, according to state-run media.

Freed hostages return from Egyptupdated: Tue Sep 30 2008 07:11:00

Five German tourists held hostage in Egypt for 10 days arrived back in Germany on Tuesday, the German government announced.

Time.com: Desert Gunfight Over Abducted European Touristsupdated: Sun Sep 28 2008 19:00:00

Eight kidnappers of a group of European tourists and their Egyptian guides led soldiers on a high-speed desert chase Sunday

Youths torn from camps, forced to fightupdated: Wed May 17 2006 10:13:00

Children as young as 13 are being forced into combat by Sudanese rebels who take the youngsters from squalid refugee camps in neighboring Chad, CNN has learned.

Darfur peace deal brings new hope updated: Fri May 05 2006 06:28:00

The main rebel group in Sudan's strife-torn Darfur region signed a peace agreement Friday aimed at ending the violence that has spawned what the United Nations calls the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

U.N. chopper carrying aid workers down in Darfurupdated: Wed Jan 25 2006 09:00:00

A U.N. helicopter with 16 people on board -- three crew and 13 aid workers -- has crashed in Darfur, Sudan, U.N. spokeswoman Radhia Achouri told CNN.

Talks break down in Sudanupdated: Sun Jul 18 2004 05:47:00

Talks broke down Saturday between two rebel groups and the African Union, which has been trying to mediate an end to the violence in the Darfur region of Sudan, where government-backed Arab militias are blamed for a campaign of mass murders.

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