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Sudan’s Bashir ‘to attend Arab League summit in Jordan’ despite arrest warrant
President Omar al-Bashir will attend an Arab League summit in Amman this week, Sudan’s foreign minister said Sunday, despite a top rights group urging Jordan to deny him entry.
Women, children slaughtered in South Sudan
Women and children are being slaughtered in South Sudan by soldiers who said to be using knives for the massacres to save their ammunition.
Tens of thousands flood into Sudan from famine-hit South Sudan, says UN
The United Nations refugee agency says over 31,000 South Sudanese, fleeing famine and conflict, have crossed the border into Sudan so far this year.
Swiss archeologist shines light on Sudan's buried past
A veteran Swiss archeologist has unearthed three temples in Sudan built thousands of years ago, a discovery he says promises to throw new light on Africa's buried ancient past.
Sudan doctors to go on strike
Doctors in Sudan will go on strike on Thursday in protest against low wages, work conditions and attacks by security forces.
Amnesty accuses Sudan of using chemical weapons in Darfur
Amnesty International has accused the Sudanese government of having conducted chemical attacks against civilians in the conflict-ridden Darfur region, likely killing up to 250 people.
Sudan hosting 400k South Sudan refugees: Minister
Sudan says it is hosting about 400,000 refugees, who fled the civil war in South Sudan that erupted in late 2013.
UN: Nearly 1m South Sudan refugees face dire conditions
Nearly one million refugees fleeing the brutal conflict in South Sudan, most of them women and children, are suffering dire conditions in camps across the region, the UN reported on Monday.
Flooding claims 100 lives in Sudan in two weeks
Flash flooding triggered by days of heavy torrential rainfall has claimed the lives of at least 100 people in Sudan over the past two weeks.
UN: 26,000 flee South Sudan to Uganda
More than 26,000 people have fled South Sudan to Uganda this month, the United Nations refugee agency said.
UN: At least 300 killed in latest South Sudan violence
At least 300 people have been killed in four days of intense gun-battles in the capital of South Sudan and 42,000 have fled the city, the UN said Friday.
UN: Fresh wave of violence displaced 36k in South Sudan capital
At least 36,000 people have been displaced since fresh heavy fighting erupted in South Sudan's capital, Juba, on July 8, the UN says.
Death toll from South Sudan fighting climbs to 272
At least 272 people have died in fighting between South Sudan's rival factions in the capital Juba, including 33 civilians, a government source said on Sunday, as heavy gunfire erupted again in parts the city.
Sudan summons UNAMID’s chief over mandate extension
Sudan has summoned the head of the UN peacekeeping force in Darfur to protest the extension of its mission in the country.
Sudan presses Egypt after islands conceded to Saudi
Sudan has reiterated that it will not abandon its “sovereign right” over the two border territories of Halayeb and Shalateen, which have long been subject to a dispute with Egypt.
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