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
In Sudan, civilian populations living in rebel-controlled areas in the Blue Nile State are being deliberately targeted by Sudanese military forces
Sudan said on Friday it will no longer seek international arbitration to resolve an oil dispute with South Sudan. Khartoum had demanded 1.3 billion
The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have again committed themselves to setting up a buffer zone along their disputed border.
The Sudanese government has blamed Israel for a strike on a Khartoum weapons plant, which killed two people and injured another.
A Sudanese military plane crashed near the capital on Sunday, killing 15 people on board, and leaving seven injured.
The Antonov 12 transport plane
Up to 31 people have been killed in a plane crash in Sudan.
The victims include at least one Sudanese government minister but it is believed there
Sudan and South Sudan have reached a deal to restart oil production after a dispute over taxes.
The South shut down its output in January after
Hundreds of Sudanese protesters were forced to abandon demonstrations against the President Omar al-Bashir and the government’s tough austerity
The United Nations Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution threatening both Sudan and South Sudan with sanctions if they don’t pull
Sudan has declared a state of emergency in areas bordering South Sudan, after weeks of clashes over disputed territory and control of oil
There have been fresh skirmishes between Sudan and South Sudan as the former declared a state of emergency along its border with its neighbour
Sudan has arrested four foreigners and flown them to its capital, accusing the men of illegally entering a border area to help its enemy South
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir, on a visit to China, has told his hosts that Sudan has declared war on his country.
Sudan is among China’s key
Sudan has declared victory in a border crisis with the newly-independent south that brought the two nations to the brink of all-out war.
The threat of all-out war between Sudan and its new southern neighour has been likely averted after troops from South Sudan began withdrawing from
Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir vowed on Thursday to retake the disputed oil producing region of Heglig from South Sudan.
“We will not give them an
Sudan’s army has advanced on the disputed town of Heglig in an attempt to oust South Sudanese forces who seized the oil-rich area on Tuesday.
A militant rebel group in Sudan claims to have captured 52 international peacekeeping troops in the war-torn Darfur region.
The soldiers from the
The war of words between the recently-divided two Sudanese nations is escalating – with the President of Sudan saying war with the south is a
Sudan has agreed to free tankers exporting oil from neighbouring South Sudan.
The two recently divided countries have been arguing over how much
Sudan’s armed forces claim to have killed the leader of the most powerful rebel group in western Darfur, Khalil Ibrahim.
If confirmed Ibrahim’s