El Fasher, 13 November 200 -- A new batch of the Egyptian Infantry Battalion consisting of 164 personnel arrived in El Fasher today. More personnel of the same battalion comprising of 326 are expected to arrive on 14 and 15 November 2008.
12 November 2008 --The African Union - United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur, UNAMID, welcomes the announcement of an immediate ceasefire in Darfur made today by Sudan President Omar Hassan El Bashir at the closing session of the Sudan People’s Forum.
12 November 2008 -- The Secretary-General welcomes President Omar al-Bashir’s declaration of an immediate ceasefire between the Government of Sudan and the armed movements in Darfur as well as the intention by the Government of Sudan to disarm all the militias.
20 November 2008 -- The Secretary-General takes note of the request made by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court for the issuance of arrest warrants against commanders of rebel groups in Darfur with respect to the war crimes committed on 29 September 2007 at the Haskanita base of th
19 November 2008 -- During the past few days, the United Nations has received troubling reports of aerial bombings near Kutum in Northern Darfur, as well as reports of fighting in the area of Tine, Western Darfur and along the border with Chad.
26 November 2008 -- After Nyala and El Fasher yesterday, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs & Emergency Relief Coordinator, Mr. John Holmes, has today visited the Darfur towns of Geneina and Zalingei as the final leg of his Darfur tour.
26 November 2008 -- Starting tonight, UNAMID will have a Quick Response Team (QRT) from the Indonesian Formed Police Unit 1 (IND-FPU-1) accompanied by UN Police Monitors, conducting night security/visibility patrols (mobile security services) in El-Fasher.
25 November 2008 -- John Holmes, the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, began a six day visit to Sudan today by going to one of the largest camps housing internally displaced persons in Darfur.
24 November 2008 -- A second 70-strong team of the Bangladeshi Formed Police Unit (FPU1) that is replacing the current Bangladeshi FPU as part of the normal rotation process, arrived today in Nyala from Dhaka onboard a UN-chartered aircraft.