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Sudanese protesters demand an end to military rule
Sudanese protesters take part in mass rallies in the capital Khartoum to demand an end to military rule.
Sudan sanctuary offers haven for exotic birds
Nestled to the east of Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, a lush sanctuary is home to dozens of exotic birds from far and wide.
Ethiopia starts partial power generation from Blue Nile dam
The dam, which Ethiopia says is vital for its development, has been a source of tension with the other riparian states, Sudan and Egypt.
EU's Borrell condemns violence against anti-coup protesters in Sudan
More than 70 people have been killed and hundreds of others have been wounded in mass protests since the military took over.
Sudan's PM Abdalla Hamdok announces resignation amid deadlock
"I tried my best to stop the country from sliding towards disaster," Hamdok said in his resignation speech.
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.