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South Sudan military captures rebel headquarters near Ethiopia border

07 August, 2017

The South Sudanese army say they have captured the border town of Pagak, which has been the main base of fighters loyal to rebel leader Riek Machar.

Sudan-Saudi summit meeting in Morocco held during 'private meeting'

04 August, 2017

The President of Sudan flew with an extensive entourage of his top ministers on a 'private trip' to Tangiers on Thursday to meet the king of Saudi Arabia.

Violence, arson at South Sudanese refugee camp in Sudan

04 August, 2017

The UN refugee agency and the White Nile police chief confirmed there was unrest at the camp where some 50,000 South Sudanese refugees live.

East Libya closes Sudan consulate over alleged people smuggling

27 July, 2017

The east Libyan government closed the Sudanese consulate in the south-eastern city of Kufra, a major smuggling route for migrants.

Dahlan 'set up UAE-backed terrorist training camp in Sinai'

26 July, 2017

Exiled former Fatah strongman Mohammed Dahlan has reportedly set up a terrorist training camp in Egypt's Sinai peninsula to carry out attacks in the Gaza Strip and other countries.

The Twitter tournament: This week in Middle East football

26 July, 2017

Blog: The Arab Club Championship represents a serious mark for sports broadcasting as it becomes the first football tournament to be broadcast live on Twitter, writes Uri Levy.

South Sudan starves as aid agencies fail to deliver

25 July, 2017

Only 30% of the annual target has been reached so far, more than half-way through the year, a UN official in Khartoum has warned.

Sudan: Mediation efforts fail to resolve Darfur student crisis

24 July, 2017

Mediation committees from White Nile state and Khartoum have failed to solve the crisis concerning the collective resignation of hundreds of Darfuri students from the Bakht El Rida University.

Scores killed in clashes between Arab tribes in Darfur

24 July, 2017

Clashes between two Arab tribes in Sudan's war-torn state of East Darfur have killed up to 10 people this weekend, tribal leaders confirmed on Sunday.

Mosul children being abused, exploited and abandoned: UNICEF

23 July, 2017

The UN's children's fund has called for the immediate care and protection of traumatised children in war-torn Mosul, many of whom have lost family or been forced to fight.

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