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It's time to end the war on children

15 March, 2018

Comment: We won't accept that killing children in conflicts is the new reality, writes Save the Children CEO, Kevin Watkins.

UN threatens arms embargo as it renews S.Sudan mission

15 March, 2018

The United Nations Security Council threatened to impose an arms embargo on South Sudan if necessary as it renewed its peace mission in the country for another year.

EU migration deal emboldens war criminals in Sudan

09 March, 2018

Comment: By dealing with a militia state, the EU is now at the mercy of war lords who run the country, writes Mat Nashed.

State oil money is funding South Sudan conflict: Reports

07 March, 2018

Investigations by two groups say that state oil money is fuelling South Sudan's civil war, with money allegedly funding a controversial pro-government militia.

Israel, Myanmar must go on 'UN children's blacklist'

06 March, 2018

A coalition advocating for children caught in conflict zones has called for the UN to put Israel, Myanmar and Afghanistan on a blacklist for killings and violations of children's rights.

UN report links Egypt to North Korea arms trade

04 March, 2018

The UN will release a report that links the Egyptian government to weapons smuggling from international pariah North Korea, in a further embarrassment for the Sisi regime.

Sudan to return Cairo ambassador as relations improve

04 March, 2018

Sudan's foreign ministry said it would return its ambassador to Cairo on Monday, recalling its envoy to Egypt in early January.

Sudan releases dozens arrested over anti-austerity protests

27 February, 2018

Activists say Sudanese authorities have released dozens of people arrested for taking part in last month’s protests against rising bread prices.

Parts of Ramses II statue found in southern Egypt

27 February, 2018

The head and chest of the statue of Ramses II were found in the Temple of Kom Ombo during a project to protect the site from groundwater.

Who is losing the Nile?

27 February, 2018

Comment: For thousands of years the Nile has been the jugular vein of Egypt. Is Sisi about to lose control of the wealth and resources it brings? asks Alain Gresh.

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