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South Sudan clashes force patients, doctors to flee hospital

19 July, 2017

Patients and doctors at the clinic in the town of Maiwut risked being caught up in an army offensive closing in on the nearby opposition-stronghold Pagak.

Transfers and tribulations: This week in Middle East football

19 July, 2017

Blog: What impact will the Gulf blockade have on Qatar's World Cup? Rumours of demands made of FIFA, as well as usual transfer speculation, has fuelled headlines, writes Uri Levy.

Trump asks court to block latest travel ban ruling

15 July, 2017

Trump's administration has challenged a Supreme Court ruling allowing grandparents to be exempt from the travel ban affecting travellers and refugees from six Muslim-majority countries.

Cairo 'abandons' Egyptians in Qatar

14 July, 2017

Cairo has accused Doha of funding Islamists for decades, causing frequent hostilities between the two Arab nations - but what about the hundreds of thousands of Egyptians living in Qatar?

US judge rules grandparents exempt from Trump travel ban

14 July, 2017

Grandparents will be included in the US government's definition of 'close family, allowing grandmas and pas to circumvent Trump's travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries.

Sudan 'completely shocked and surprised' by continued sanctions

12 July, 2017

Khartoum responded to the US President's decision to extend sanctions with complete surprise, suspending a joint-US committee on the issue.

Iranian doctor detained at US airport despite holding visa

12 July, 2017

Boston Children's Hospital said that Dr Mohsen Dehnavi was prevented from entering the country with his wife and three young children at the Logan International Airport.

Trump extends Sudan sanctions by three months

12 July, 2017

The US President responded to pressure from Congress and NGOs to extend the decision making process, due in part to a lack of state department employees.

US 'should delay decision on Sudanese sanctions'

11 July, 2017

In-depth: The US State Department and the White House's National Security Council disagree over the decision to lift sanctions - and some NGOs have called for a time extension.

US pledges $639 million in aid to four countries

09 July, 2017

The US has pledged $639 million in additional humanitarian aid for people affected by food insecurity and violence in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and Nigeria.

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