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S. Sudan's Salva Kiir in Khartoum to 'ease tensions'

02 November, 2017

Salva Kiir makes his third visit to Khartoum as President of South Sudan to discuss border disputes and 'normalising relations'.

Clandestine sex industry booms in Rohingya refugee camps

26 October, 2017

'At least 500 Rohingya prostitutes live in Kutupalong. Recruiters now have their eyes set on the newcomers'

US ambassador to UN evacuated from South Sudan camp

25 October, 2017

The US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley was evacuated from a camp in South Sudan after protests over the country's president descended on the event she was attending.

Somalia readies for 'state of war' after deadliest attack

22 October, 2017

Somalia's president on Saturday urged troops to prepare for a "state of war" against al-Shabaab, as the death toll reached 358 for the country's deadliest attack.

What happens next if the UN fails in Libya?

20 October, 2017

Comment: The alternative outcomes, should the UN's sixth envoy to Libya fail to bring about a political solution, are not enviable, writes Guma El-Gamaty.

US ends decades-long freeze on Sudanese bank accounts

20 October, 2017

Lifting of sanctions on Sudan expected to free up $48 million that had previously been locked up in Sudanese accounts frozen by the United States.

Meeting pioneering war-crimes prosecutor Payam Akhavan

19 October, 2017

Q&A: The international legal expert talks to Hadani Ditmars about how paying hypocritical lip-service to human rights leads to a rise in extremism, both foreign and domestic.

Russia and Iran's support for Syrian 'terror groups'

19 October, 2017

In-depth: Kataib Hezbollah has been internationally listen as a 'terrorist organisation', but that has not stopped Moscow from providing air cover for its operations, reports Austin Bodetti.

On the front lines with Sudan's e-Rebels

16 October, 2017

In-depth: A new style of warfare is emerging, as activists using technology to organise are targeted by state-sponsored hackers, passing intercepts to Sudan's military, with deadly results, reports Austin Bodetti.

The Qatar crisis hits the African continent

12 October, 2017

Analysis: With Saudi Arabia calling on a number of African states to join its boycott of Qatar, it has become clear the Gulf crisis is spilling over, writes Stasa Salacanin.

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