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Sudan anti-coup protests mark uprising anniversary
Sudanese took to the streets in the capital of Khartoum and elsewhere across the country for mass protests Sunday against an October military takeover and a subsequent deal that reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, but sidelined the movement.
Thousands protest in Khartoum against military takeover
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas Thursday at thousands of protesters who rallied against a deal that saw the prime minister reinstated after his ouster in a military coup last month.
Thousands demand civilian control in Sudan protest
Sudanese security forces fired live ammunition and tear gas on Saturday to disperse protesters denouncing the military’s tightening grip on the country, killing at least three and wounding several, activists said.
Sudan: More than 100 protesters detained in latest crackdown
Security forces used tear gas to disperse the protesters and arrested at least 113 people.
Sudan security forces shoot dead 2 protesters, doctors say
Sudanese security forces shot dead two people Saturday during mass protests against the country's recent military coup, a doctors' union said.
Empty streets in Sudan ahead of planned protest
The streets of the Sudanese capital were deserted early on Saturday morning ahead of a planned anti-coup protest.
Meet the Czech climate activist fighting for her family in Sudan
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Sudan coup: UN set for emergency meeting after military seize power
Sudan’s military seized power Monday, arresting Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and other officials of the transitional government.
Protesters take to streets after Sudan's military seizes power in coup
A possible takeover by the military would be a major setback for Sudan, which has grappled with a transition to democracy since long-time autocrat Omar al-Bashir was toppled by mass protests.
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Aid sent to help cholera outbreak, refugees crisis and flood victims
Two humanitarian aid flights left Dubai bound to give much-needed help to the people of Sudan and Ethiopia. Supplied by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Sudan 'to hand over' ex-president Omar al-Bashir for war crimes trial
Bashir, who ruled Sudan with an iron fist for three decades before being deposed in 2019, faces charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur.
South Sudan swears in new parliament vowed under peace deal
Hundreds of legislators were sworn into a newly created national parliament, a long-awaited condition of a fragile peace agreement.
France holds global talks to offer debt relief for Sudan
France hosted global talks on Monday to offer debt relief for Sudan in a bid to support the country's transitional leadership and help its crippled economy recovering.
Death toll from tribal violence in Sudan's West Darfur rises to 83
The incident is likely to destabilise the already fragile security situation in the country as international peacekeepers have already begun a phased withdrawal.
Ethiopian forces 'blocking' Tigray refugees from entering Sudan
Refugees fleeing the violence in the Tigray region were stopped from reaching the busiest crossing point for refugees on the Sudanese border, according to the latest reports.
Ethiopians cross to Sudan to flee fighting in northern Tigray region
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, last year's Nobel Peace Prize winner, on Sunday gave the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) 72 hours to surrender -- an ultimatum rejected by the leader of the dissident region, who has said his people are "ready to die" for their homeland.
Sudan becomes third Arab country to recognise Israel, Trump announces
Part of the brokered deal includes a payment of €282.5 million from Sudan as compensation to US victims of terrorism.
Pink lakes to hidden bridges: The latest climate news in pictures
Euronews Living rounds up the best recent environmental photographs from across the world.
Displaced Sudanese seek shelter amid deadly flood
At least 10 people were killed and more than 3,300 homes ruined by flooding triggered by torrential rains across much of Sudan this week, the country's civil defence organisation said.
How are Sudan’s youth the driving force behind the country’s film revival?
The arrival of president Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir in 1989 brought Sudan's film industry to a crashing halt. Cinema doors were closed for thirty years and filmmakers went underground.
Sudan unearths mass grave likely linked to foiled 1990 coup
A mass grave containing the bodies of slain army officers linked to a failed 1990 coup against former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir has been unearthed.
Sudan's PM survives assassination attempt, says state media
Sudan's PM was targeted with a car bomb. His family confirmed he was safe and unharmed.
Sudan prosecutor to investigate former regime crimes in Darfur
Sudan's public prosecutor said on Sunday it has opened an investigation into the crimes committed in Darfur since 2003.
Ousted Sudan president Bashir convicted for corruption
Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir faces a two-year sentence in a reform facility after his conviction for corruption on Saturday. His lawyer said the ex-ruler would appeal.
Meet the activist that explains climate change through Islam
Climate change activist Lina Yassir uses Islam to get her environmental message across in profoundly religious Sudan
Dozens dead after Sudan hit by weeks of heavy rain
Thousands of families in Sudan have been affected by flooding caused by two months of heavy rain, with many forced into temporary accommodation.