6 November 2008 -- The African Union fact-finding team led by the former President of Burundi Pierre Buyoya, arrived in El Fasher, North Darfur, today, as part of its visit to the region, in a bid to defuse escalating tensions between Chad and Sudan.
4 Novermber 2008 -- The German Ambassador to Sudan, Mr. Rainer Eberle, visited UNAMID Headquarters today, where he met with the Deputy Joint Special Representative (DJSR), Mr. Henry Anyidoho, who briefed him on the overall situation in Darfur.
4 November 2008 -- Yesterday, the Indonesian Formed Police Unit (FPU), accompanied by UN Police Advisors commenced its first confidence-building patrol to Abu Shouk and Al Salaam Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Camps, in North Darfur.
4 November 2008 -- On 3 November, UNAMID Police undertook their 9th convoy from the UN Logistics Base in El Obeid to Darfur to bring much needed equipment and vehicles (including 39 vehicles, 7 trucks of contingent owned equipment (COE) and 3 trucks of humanitarian relief) to the mission area.
3 November 2008 -- On 29 and 30 October 2008, Sudanese media published statements made by the Deputy Secretary General of the National Air Companies Chamber, Mr. Omar Ali Abdul Majid, and the Head of the Chamber of Pilots, Mr.
10 November 2008 -- On Sunday 9 November, at about 17:45 hrs, a patrol from UNAMID's Nigerian Protection Force Company stationed at the Geneina Super Camp, in West Darfur, was ambushed by a group of unknown men, armed with Rocket Propelled Grenades (RPGs) and AK-47 assault rifles, in the Super C
Nyala, 12 November 2008 – The Egyptian Heavy Transport Company arrived in Nyala, South Darfur today to join the African Union–United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). The company, with a total strength of 155 personnel, consists of 16 officers and 139 soldiers.
El Fasher, 14 November 2008 -- Further to our announcement denying carrying out any Live Fire Exercises in Derwat Fashar, east of El Fasher, between 10 and 14 November 2008, the African Union –United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) would like to confirm that it had actually conducted