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Sudan promises more efforts to normalize ties with US as travel ban lifted
The Sudanese government has vowed to do more to normalize ties with the United States after Washington removed the country from its travel ban list and amid reports that decades-old US sanctions on Khartoum could be lifted.
South Sudan army captures rebels’ main bastion along Ethiopia border
The army of South Sudan says it has managed to recapture the main bastion of the country’s rebels following weeks of clashes.
Civil war cancels S Sudan’s independence celebration
For the second year in a row, the world's youngest nation will not have any official celebrations to mark the anniversary of its birth because of the widespread suffering caused by its ongoing civil war.
Sudan's NCR expert thanks Iran's role in combating desertification
Senior researcher at the Sudan National Center for Research thanked Iran’s role in confronting desertification in the globe and Islamic Republic's assisting Khartoum to fight the phenomenon.
South Sudan's refugee crisis, a test for World Bank
Imagine, if you will, a city the size of Birmingham with a population of a million or so. Now imagine that a disaster has befallen that metropolis, a brutal war that has caused its citizens to flee with little more than the clothes on their backs. Picture the lines of refugees heading west to find a place of safety, which they eventually find across the border in Wales. There, despite severe financial constraints, the million displaced people are met with warmth and generosity.
South Sudan fighting sends scores of children to refugee sites
Bakita Juma doesn’t like to think about her dead parents because it makes her cry. The slender teenager would rather focus on the woman whom aid officials recently chose to raise her and her siblings on a small piece of earth in what has become the world’s largest refugee settlement.
South Sudan troops killed 114 civilians in six months: UN
The United Nations says at least 114 civilians were killed in and around the South Sudanese town of Yei by pro-government forces in the period from July 2016 to January 2017.
Sudan's Bashir, Trump to attend same summit in Saudi Arabia
Sudan's foreign minister says President Omar al-Bashir will attend a summit in Saudi Arabia, where US President Donald Trump will also be present, despite arrest warrants for war crimes and genocide issued by the International Criminal Court against the Sudanese leader.
UN: 2m children displaced by South Sudan conflict
The civil war in South Sudan has forced more than two million children to flee their homes, according to two UN agencies.
Saudi Arabia, Sudan hold joint aerial drills amid war on Yemen
The Saudi and Sudanese air forces have staged joint wargames in Sudan to boost their military capabilities amid their ongoing war against Yemen.
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.

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