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April 23 - 2017 UM JAR

‘Watery diarrhoea’ hits hundreds in Sudan’s White Nile State

Hundreds of people in the area of Um Jar in White Nile State are suffering from ‘watery diarrhoea’. Mohamed Idris, Coordinator at the Um Jar Health Centre told Radio Dabanga...
April 23 - 2017 SORTONY / ZAMZAM / GIREIDA

Thirst growing in Darfur camps

Displaced living in the Sortony and Zamzam camps in North Darfur complain about a severe drinking water shortage. Residents of the Gireida camps for the displaced in South Darfur...
April 23 - 2017 KHARTOUM

Sudan’s NISS detains former head of Doctors’ Committee

On Thursday morning, officers of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) held the former head of the Sudanese Doctors’ Central Committee from his residence in Khartoum,...
April 23 - 2017 KHARTOUM

Repeated police swoops plague tea vendors in Sudan’s capital

The head of the Food and Beverage Women Workers Union condemned the repeated police swoops on tea vendors in down-town Khartoum these days. “All the localities in Sudan made...

‘Sudan govt. wanted Darfur land only’: janjaweed leader

April 23 - 2017 RADIO DABANGA

According to a former Darfur janjaweed leader, who was arrested in Sweden in early April, the Sudanese authorities wanted to rid Darfur of the indigenous population.

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April 21 - 2017 EL GENEINA / SIRBA

Man dies of injuries by West Darfur police

A man died in the hospital in the capital of West Darfur after being beaten by police officers in El Banjadid in Sirba on Thursday.

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April 20 - 2017 GENEVA

Author’s international literary award ‘for all Sudanese’

Abdelaziz Baraka Sakin (File photo: Bhakti Shringarpure)
Sudanese novelist Abdelaziz Baraka Sakin has won the 2017 edition of the Committed Book Prize of La Cène Littéraire for his novel Le Messie du Darfour – a French translation of...

Peace negotiations

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