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Jordan urged to arrest Sudan's Bashir over 'war crimes'

26 March, 2017

Human Rights Watch calls upon Jordan to honour its commitment to the International Criminal Court by apprehending the Sudanese leader during the 28th Arab League Summit.

Third of Yemen provinces on brink of famine: UN​

24 March, 2017

The United Nations warned on Friday that 60 percent Yemen's population is going hungry as a third of the war-torn country are on the brink of famine.

Abducted French national is 'in Sudan': Chad minister

24 March, 2017

A French man abducted from southeastern Chad has been located in neighbouring Sudan, a Chadian minister said.

Somali president pleads for aid to avert famine

24 March, 2017

Somalia's new president appealed to the international community Thursday for more aid to avert a famine threatening his country.

South Sudan: An urgent priority for the international agenda

23 March, 2017

Comment: Japan's decision to withdraw its peacekeeping forces from South Sudan came as no surprise, but as the conflict continues to escalate, civilians are left vulnerable, writes Monique Bouffé.

South Sudan rebels capture oil workers following $500mn contract

23 March, 2017

A new oil exploration contract signed by Nigeria's Oranto Petroleum caused a recent flare of violence in the country's north - as experts warn against investing in South Sudan's minerals.

Egypt, Sudan schedule talks after disputed territory escalation

22 March, 2017

Egypt and Sudan will hold talks in Khartoum in April to discuss a recent Sudanese escalation on the disputed border territory of Halayeb.

Further woes for South Sudan as plane crashes

20 March, 2017

At least 14 people have been injured in a plane crash in South Sudan, with uncertainty about the fate of the other 26 passengers and crew.

Somalia blames Saudi-led coalition for horrific strike on boat

18 March, 2017

Somalia's government is blaming the Saudi-led coalition for an attack on a boat that killed at least 42 Somali refugees off the coast of war-torn Yemen.

Starvation kills thousands while South Sudan 'spends on weapons'

18 March, 2017

UN experts say South Sudan's government is spending at least half its budget on weapons while 100,000 people are dying in a famine caused mainly by increasing government military operations.

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