EL-FASHER, Sudan - Southern Sudan's president told members of the U.N.
EL-FASHER, Sudan - Hundreds of Sudanese women chanted "Down with the USA!" after the U.N.
ENTEBBE, Uganda - Uganda is willing to provide as many as 20,000 troops to restore order in Somalia if enough money is provided for the mission, Uganda's president told visiting members of the U.N.
ENTEBBE, Uganda - A $73 million budget cut has forced a major air base for United Nations peacekeeping missions to eliminate three planes and more cutbacks may be needed, hampering operations in Congo and Sudan, a senior U.N.
JUBA, Sudan - A top official on the commission charged with carrying out Southern Sudan's upcoming independence referendum says he is optimistic the vote will take place on time.
- US 'surge' increases focus on S. Sudan before vote
- Obama, at UN, eyes Sudan, Southeast Asia tensions
- Kenya's Kibaki expects south Sudan vote in January
- Along tense Sudan border, UN sees less cooperation
- Clinton pushes Sudan on referendum
- UN chief in Rwanda over threatened Sudan pullout
- Sudan's north-south faultline worries about war
- Official: South Sudan lawmakers may vote to secede
- UN opens first office for south Sudan referendum
- Aid groups say S.Sudan soldiers target aid workers
- Aid groups: S.Sudan soldiers targeting aid workers