9 February 2008 -- The signing ceremony of the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) between the Government of the Sudan (GoS) and the United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) was held today, 9 February 2008 in Khartoum, Sudan.
9 February 2008 -- "It is with great concern that I have been watching developments in Western Darfur, where in the past 36 hours attacks on villages by Government forces have resulted in deaths and significant population displacement," said the UN-AU Special Representative for Darfur, Mr.
15 February 2008 –Senior international police trainers will gather in Ghana next week to coordinate plans to run pre-deployment training for the thousands of United Nations police – the largest-ever UN Police contingent – mandated to serve in the joint peacekeeping mission to Sudan’s troubled Dar
14 February 2008 -- The Secretary-General is pleased to announce that the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) between the United Nations/African Union and the Government of Sudan was signed by Joint Special Representative Adada and Sudanese Foreign Minister Deng Alor on 10 February 2008.
19 February 2008 -- "The Secretary-General is extremely concerned by the renewed violence in West Darfur, and notes in particular that the bombing on 18-19 February of Aro Sharow, a camp for internally displaced persons which was deserted during hostilities over the last several days, is unaccept
20 February 2008 -- “The Secretary-General, in a report to the Security Council on the deployment of the African Union-United Nations hybrid operations in Darfur, known as UNAMID, says that the situation in West Darfur has deteriorated sharply over the past two months,” said Marie Okabe, the UN S
22 February 2007 -- Recent attacks by government forces and armed militia on the Western Darfur villages of Abu Suruj, Sirba and Silia are leaving a trail of destruction, displacement and civilian casualties. In Jebel Moon, North of El Geneina there is still no reliable count for civilian casua
26 February 2008 – UNAMID Joint Special Representative, Mr. Rodolphe Adada, today visited the town of Silea in Western Darfur to personally assess the situation on the ground following recent attacks in the area.