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East Africa On The Brink Of Famine: Report

February 3, 2023 4:47 am19 comments
East Africa On The Brink Of Famine: Report

Disasters Emergency Committee has called on for urgent fund appeal for about 16 million east African people who are facing hunger on massive scale. United Kingdom has confirmed to be match-funding the first 5 million pounds donated to the appea by the public. Drought is acute across Somalia, southern and […]

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Attacks On Independence Eve Of South Sudan Concerns UN

January 30, 2023 11:34 pm0 comments
Attacks On Independence Eve Of South Sudan Concerns UN

Just ahead of the fifth anniversary of South Sudan’s independence the UN officials expressed concern over the continued violence in several parts of the country and also the displacement of people within the borders and outside it. In a released statement the UN Secretary-General Ben Ki-moon said the attacks on […]

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Eritrean Man Arrested In Sudan Accused Human Trafficking; Extradited To Italy

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Eritrean Man Arrested In Sudan Accused Human Trafficking; Extradited To Italy

An Eritrean man arrested in Sudan is now being extradited to Italy. He is accused of smuggling people that has led to the deaths of hundreds of Africans who tried crossing the Mediterranean Sea, which has become one of the deadliest migration routes in the world. According to officials, the […]

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Sudan military, opposition strikes deal over power sharing

January 24, 2023 1:10 am10 comments
Sudan military, opposition strikes deal over power sharing

Finally, in a historic moment, ruling military council and opposition leaders of Sudan signed a power-sharing deal, though it lacks crucial details and is to be debated tomorrow. The military ousted President Omar al-Bashir in April and since then the country has been in turmoil. The military and opposition leaders […]

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Sundanese military council seeking majority while forming civilian government

January 23, 2023 6:14 pm19 comments
Sundanese military council seeking majority while forming civilian government

Lt Gen Salah Abdelkhalek from Sudan’s military council disclosed Friday civilians in the country would not be allowed a majority on the supreme council during a transitional period. The maximum which could be accepted is an equal split. Meanwhile, protesters have continued their mass sit-in outside the headquarters of military […]

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Sudanese military raids deposed president’s house

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Sudanese military raids deposed president’s house

Sudan’s military intelligence searched the house of deposed president Omar al-Bashir Saturday on charges of money laundering. Suitcases filled with over $351,000, 6 million euros and 5 million Sudanese pounds were found. According to a source the chief public prosecutor ordered detention of Bashir, who is also being sought by […]

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