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Sudan

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  • Witnesses give graphic accounts of South Sudan ethnic violence

     
    Graphic accounts emerge of women and children targeted in South Sudan ethnic violence: Witnesses tell Doctors Without Borders of children being attacked in ethnic violence in South Sudan's Jonglei state, including toddlers who were smashed against trees...
  • Rights groups say satellite photos foreshadow Sudan fighting

     
    Sudan Clooney South Sudan war: A coalition of human rights groups conceived by actor George Clooney warns that new satellite photos show grave signs that the Sudanese government is gearing up to attack the Nuba people in the country's South Kordofan...
  • More than 70 killed in weekend violence in South Sudan

     
    More than 70 killed in weekend violence in South Sudan, says government: More than 70 people killed in weekend inter-communal violence, according to the government of South Sudan on Monday, following recent episodes of violence that killed hundreds,...
  • A million face severe malnutrition in the Sahel, UNICEF warns

     
    A hunger emergency looms in the Sahel: Half a million children face starvation in the Sahel if help doesn’t arrive on time, according to humanitarian agencies. A recent UNICEF survey in the Sahel forecast a million cases of severe malnutrition...
  • Sudanese rebels kidnap Chinese construction workers

     
    Sudanese rebels have kidnapped more than 20 Chinese construction workers who were building a road in a remote stretch of the country, Chinese and Sudanese sources said Sunday....
  • American activists in Cairo seek refuge at U.S. Embassy

     
    Americans under criminal investigation for democracy rights work in Egypt have sought protection from possible arrest at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo amid escalating tensions over civil liberties between Washington and Egypt’s military leaders....
  • U.N. official Valerie Amos warns of looming crisis in South Sudan

     
    The world’s newest nation, South Sudan, faces a devastating humanitarian crisis that could grow worse as people flee a border conflict with Sudan, the United Nations' emergency relief coordinator warned Thursday....
  • Indian court cancels 122 telecom licenses in anti-corruption move

     
    India Corruption Telecom Scandal: Indian Supreme Court Disallows Licenses Citing Irregularities in 2G Telecom Corruption Scandal...
  • Sudan rebels free Chinese workers

     
    Sudanese rebels released 29 Chinese workers, ending an 11-day hostage crisis that highlights the exposure of Chinese nationals abroad as their government expands its global reach....
  • Nasrallah: Tehran won't order Hezbollah strikes if Israel attacks

     
    Iran will not ask Hezbollah to intervene in the event of an Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities, the leader of the militant group has told his followers. The Hezbollah chief also made the unusual acknowledgement that his group receives both...
  • Russia's Putin: No 'bull in china shop' for Syria

     
    Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ventured Wednesday into the raging international debate about Syria, voicing support for Moscow’s controversial decision to throw a diplomatic lifeline to embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad....