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Sudan army bombs north Darfur, threatens to burn down UNAMID base

Sudan army bombs north Darfur, threatens to burn down UNAMID base

January 27, 2011 (KHARTOUM) – Sudanese army on Wednesday carried out an aerial bombardment on rebel-controlled areas in north Darfur and threatened to "burn down" a base of the UN-AU hybrid peacekeeping mission (UNAMID) in the area. Troops of Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) clashed a day before on Tuesday with rebels from the Sudan Liberation Movement of Abdel Wahid Al-Nur joined by combatants of the disaffected SLM faction of Minni Arkoi Minnawi in Tabit area, 45 kilometers from El-Fasher, the provincial capital of North Darfur state. More:

We're in a hurry. Great hurry.

We're in a hurry. Great hurry.

On January 9, an independence referendum will be carried out in the Southern Sudan, which will almost certainly succeed. Sudan will break up into two parts, and the African continent will get a new country. It sounds promising; however, the potential consequences would be fatal for the broader region21. 12. 2010 at 12h In Ljubljana More

The Band NUDE resleased its single "No more war" in support of Darfur

The Band NUDE resleased its single "No more war" in support of Darfur

The band worked with Slovenian activist Tomo Kriznar who is active in struggle to inform and report to the World of the genocide in Darfur. The video for the song includes his material from his missions to Darfur in 2006 with the support of late Slovenian president Mr.Janez Drnovsek. The material is taken from Tomo's internationally rewardde documentary DARFUR – WAR FOR WATER. More:  

DOBRODELNI KONCERT

DOBRODELNI KONCERT

Petek 10. in sobota 11. december, Izbruhov kulturni bazen, Kranj NUDE - THE TIDE - TOMAŽ PENGOV - FAKE ORCESTRA - ZEZE RAKOTO IZ MADAGASKARJA - EMŠO BLUES BAND - KUD BAOBAB - ULIXES - MESTNI POSTOPAČI (ex Leteči potepuhi )