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South Sudan peace talks brought to a halt

24 May, 2018

Peace talks between South Sudan's opposition and government have faltered as the proposed deal was met with discontent.

Red Cross: Thousands of attacks on healthcare in conflict

23 May, 2018

More than 1,200 violent incidents against hospitals and medical personnel have taken place in the past two years across the world.

Israel 'first country' to use US-made F-35 in combat

22 May, 2018

Israel was the first country outside the United States to acquire the F-35 after receiving the first two planes in December 2016.

How Iran's role differs in Syria and Yemen war

21 May, 2018

Analysis: The differences in Iranian involvement in the Syrian and Yemeni wars offer insights into Tehran's priorities, writes Austin Bodetti.

Sudan summons Egypt envoy over 'offensive' Ramadan TV serial

19 May, 2018

Sudan has summoned Egypt's ambassador to complain about a Ramadan TV series that Khartoum says portrays Egyptian terrorists living in the neighbouring country.

A Line in the River: Khartoum, City of Memory

18 May, 2018

Book review: Jamal Mahjoub's new book mixes travelogue, memoir and literary non-fiction to paint a vivid picture of his former home, Khartoum, writes James Snell.

Egypt, Sudan Ethiopia agree study of controversial dam

17 May, 2018

A meeting between the three countries has led to the agreement to set up a scientific study group to consult on the filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

Mo Salah's boots get a spot in British Museum

17 May, 2018

Football boots of Mo Salah - 'the Egyptian king' - have gone on display among the British Museum's pharaonic collections as Salah-mania grips the UK and beyond.

Egypt's president hails 'breakthrough' in Nile dam talks

16 May, 2018

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Wednesday that a "breakthrough" had been reached in talks with Sudan and Ethiopia over a controversial dam on the Nile.

UN sees 'serious threat' in disputed Sudan region

16 May, 2018

The UNSC warned the lack of progress in the disputed Abyei region between Sudan and South Sudan was a grave threat to international security.

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