July 2, 2012 (LONDON) – At least seven charity organisations in United Kingdom on Saturday joined around 600 members of the Sudanese Diaspora to demonstrate in support of protestors in Khartoum and other towns, as well as the humanitarian situation in South Kordofan and Blue Nile, where rebels are fighting the government.
Protestors in London, 30 . . . → Read More: Activists and Sudanese Diaspora in London protest over humanitarian situation and in support of Sudan revolts
The Sudan Government has once again reverted to type as protests persist in the capital Khartoum. Students have been shot with rubber bullets and the US Government has expressed concern at the actions of Bashir’s thugs http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2012/06/193359.htm#.T-Fp9OOJKWc.twitter
Perhaps that concern should be a bit louder? Perhaps they’d like to mention the thousands dying in the Nuba Mountains . . . → Read More: PROTESTS MOUNT AS SUDANESE ANGER INCREASES – IS THE SUDAN SPRING FINALLY ON ITS WAY?
An update on the situation inside the Nuba Mountains by Ryan Boyette from www.Nubareports.org Broadcast on the BBC World Service 13th . . . → Read More: THE SITUATION FOR THE NUBA HAS BECOME CRITICAL
The international community has ignored Khartoum’s attack on the Nuba people for too long – now humanitarian disaster looms
In the early 1900s, a young Winston Churchill, then a soldier in north Africa, described how a group of Sudanese troops requiring target practice were sent to attack those living in the Nuba mountains. A century later and . . . → Read More: We must act now to stop the genocide of Sudan’s Nuba people
By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF Published: June 9, 2012
IN THE NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan
WHEN a government devours its own people, as in Syria or Sudan, there are never easy solutions. That helps explain President Obama’s dithering, for there are more problems in international relations than solutions, and well-meaning interventions can make a crisis worse
Read More http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/10/opinion/sunday/kristof-from-peace-prize-to-paralysis.html?smid=go-share
”When governments turn to . . . → Read More: From Peace Prize to Paralysis
By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF
IN THE NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan
I’d like to introduce a valiant woman here, Mariam Tia, to President Obama and other world leaders, so she could explain how they’re allowing Sudan’s leaders to get away with mass atrocities that echo Darfur.
Once again, in Sudan there are starving children, tens of thousands of refugees, rapes and racial . . . → Read More: If Only Our Leaders Had Mariam’s Guts
The northern Sudanese border states of Blue Nile and South Kordofan are on the verge of catastrophic human destruction.
This should not come as a surprise. For many months now warnings of famine, and diseases consequent upon malnutrition, have become increasingly urgent. The devastating effects of bombing attacks during the planting season in the Nuba Mountains quickly became apparent . . . → Read More: ON THE VERGE OF CATASTROPHIC HUMAN DESTRUCTION – AND STILL NO ACTION
NGOs and medical teams are deeply concerned that vaccinations from common childhood diseases are not getting to thousands of vulnerable young children who have fled to the Nuba mountains in Sudan.
The few doctors left working in the area are critical of the UN after vaccine supplies dried up nearly a year ago. They now fear the . . . → Read More: UN Criticised in Sudan after Children Left Unimmunised – The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Health workers warn that UN aid agencies are being prevented from delivering vital supplies of vaccines to the children of refugees fleeing the fighting in Sudan. . . . → Read More: Conflict in Nuba mountains may lead to devastating epidemics, say doctors
Ryan Boyette speaks to The World Today on the BBC World Service about the plight of the Nuba people . . . → Read More: THE WORLD TODAY INTERVIEW