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A Sudanese woman sentenced to death for “abandoning Islam” has been freed after her case caused outcry around the world.
A Khartoum appeal court
Sudan’s government appears to have gone back on an earlier pledge to release a woman sentenced to death for abandoning Islam.
So far there has been
A woman sentenced to death for being a Christian and “abandoning her Islamic faith” will soon be freed, authorities in Sudan have said.
There have been protests in Sudan where a court has condemned a woman to death for abandoning her faith after marrying a Christian man.
Aid agencies fear the humanitarian crisis is deepening in South Sudan.
Over 12,000 people live in one camp in Juba and the numbers are growing
More than 200 people have drowned in a ferry accident on the River Nile in South Sudan. The victims, who reportedly included women and children, were
The South Sudanese government and rebel negotiators are at the Sheraton Hotel in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, where peace talks are underway
The United Nations has made a plea for peace as talks start between South Sudan’s government and rebels.
Representatives of the two sides are in
The leaders of two of South Sudan’s neighbours have arrived in the capital Juba hoping to kick start talks between the warring parties.
As South Sudan sinks deeper into conflict with thousands of deaths reported in recent days, President Salva Kiir says government troops have retaken
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has evacuated injured civilians and non-essential staff from Bor to the nation’s capital, Juba
The United Nations (UN) has condemned a deadly attack in South Sudan that killed two of its peacekeepers and at least 11 civilians.
An attack on a United Nations compound in South Sudan which left three Indian peacekeepers dead on Thursday has deepened confusion there.
A second United Nations base in South Sudan has been attacked, and two Indian peacekeepers have been killed. Another has been seriously injured. At
There are growing fears of civil war in South Sudan, with fresh clashes in a conflict that is deepening ethnic tensions in the world’s newest
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has announced a night time curfew and said an attempted coup by soldiers loyal to his sacked former deputy Riek
Violence during protests against fuel subsidy cuts in Sudan has left more than two dozen dead, according to one source.
A medic at a Khartoum
At least six protesters have been killed in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, during clashes with security forces, according to local medics. The
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir has said he plans to attend this week’s United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Bashir who is wanted
The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said he is “outraged” after seven peacekeepers were killed in Sudan’s Darfur region.
Another 17 were