2 May 2008 -- UN/AU peacekeeping forces (UNAMID) succeeded, today, in organizing an operation to air-lift wounded civilians, following SAF air attacks on the village of Umm Sidir in North Darfur, yesterday.
10 May 2008 –United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today voiced grave concern over the fighting spurred by attacks by the rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) forces that has broken out on the outskirts of the Sudanese capital Khartoum.
9 May 2008 –Speaking out against the recent stepped up violence between the Sudanese Government’s forces and a rebel group, the United Nations and African Union (AU) envoys spearheading efforts to reach a durable political settlement in the war-ravaged Darfur region today underscored the civilian
23 May 2008 -- On 21 May, four UNAMID peacekeepers were ambushed by a group of 60 men armed with semi-automatic weapons on the outskirts of El Geneina. The UNAMID personnel were not hurt, but their effects and weapons were forcefully stolen.
22 May 2008 – A Nigerian battalion serving with the hybrid United Nations-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur (UNAMID) has been ambushed by dozens of men armed with machine guns, rifles and rocket-propelled grenades, the mission reported today.
14 May 2008 – The Darfur conflict could lapse soon into another major cycle of violence and large-scale human displacement unless the parties retreat from their recent state of confrontation, the top United Nations peacekeeping official told the Security Council today.
13 May 2008 –The Security Council today deplored the weekend attacks by a Darfurian rebel group against the Sudanese Government on the outskirts of the country’s capital, Khartoum, but urged restraint from all sides and warned that no retaliatory action should be taken against civilians.
13 May 2008 –Ongoing military activities by Darfur’s rebel groups as well as reprisal actions by the Sudanese Government and its allied militia are costing lives and limiting humanitarian operations in the strife-torn region, the United Nations Secretary-General says today.
5 June 2008 -- "On behalf of UNAMID, senior leadership and all staff members, I would like to start by warmly welcoming you all to Sudan and to the Headquarters of UNAMID. I have with me here, among others, my deputies, Principal Deputy JSR Henry Anyidoho, Deputy JSR for Management and Operations