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Arab views of US low, support for Palestinians high

18 July, 2018

Comment: Washington continues to be seen as a threat, writes Derek Davison.

EU can't ignore alarming conditions in Libya's migrant centres

17 July, 2018

Comment: Migrants should be treated with dignity, and their rights under international law, upheld, writes Elinor Raikes.

Sudan extends ceasefires until end of year

13 July, 2018

Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has extended until the end of this year a unilateral ceasefire in the regions of Darfur, Blue Nile and South Kordofan.

UN to vote on South Sudan arms embargo, sanctions

13 July, 2018

The world's newest country has been rocked by civil war since December 2013, with tens of thousands dead and four million displaced.

UN approves South Sudan arms embargo, sanctions

13 July, 2018

The world's newest country has been rocked by civil war since December 2013, with tens of thousands dead and four million displaced.

South Sudan needs a stronger state and reconciliation

12 July, 2018

Comment: Unless sustainable plans are put in place to guide the world's newest failed state, South Sudan will continue to sign agreements with no real outcomes, writes Andrew Edward Tchie.

Sudan officials in Juba for resumption of oil exports

09 July, 2018

A Sudanese delegation has arrived in South Sudan to discuss the resumption of oil exports, Sudan's ministry of oil and gas has announced.

South Sudan war rivals strike power-sharing deal

08 July, 2018

Rebel leader Riek Machar on Saturday agreed to rejoin the government of President Salva Kiir as first vice president.

Fire likely cause of 2016 EgyptAir crash: French investigation

07 July, 2018

French investigators said a cockpit fire likely caused the 2016 EgyptAir MS804 crash, contradicting Egyptian authorities who said explosives traces were found on the victims' remains.

Is Thailand next for the Islamic State group?

06 July, 2018

Analysis: The unrest in Thailand's south offers the Islamic State group all that it could need to build a southeast Asian franchise, writes Austin Bodetti.

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