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December 1 - 2021 DABANGA SUDAN

♦ Sudan: This week's news in brief ♦

A compact digest of the past week's most-read highlights, from the heart of Sudan. Subscribe to receive this digest weekly in your inbox.
November 30 - 2021 KHARTOUM / EL FASHER

Doctors warn of COVID-19 spread in Sudan

Doctors in Sudan have issued new cautions about the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, and appealed to the public to observe safety precautions such as masks and social distancing,...
November 30 - 2021 KOLOGI / BURAMBEETA / DALAMI

Insecurity rampant in Sudanese Nuba Mountains

At least three farmers were killed in the Nuba Mountains, South Kordofan, in the past weeks. Sesame farmers in Dalami are complaining about recurrent thefts of their crops, while...
November 29 - 2021 KHARTOUM

Journalists tell of beatings in Sudan police detention

Authorities in Sudan released journalist Fayez El Seleik, who was detained after openly criticising the military coup d’état of October 25, in Khartoum on Thursday. He is the fifth...
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Sudan Marches of the Millions: New police violence today

November 30 - 2021 SUDAN

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets in Khartoum, as well as other cities across Sudan today, in the November 30 Marches of the Millions, called by the resistance committees, to express their rejection of the military coup d’état of October 25, and the subsequent political agreement, signed by coup leader Gen Abdelfattah El Burhan and Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok.

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November 29 - 2021 JEBEL MOON / WADI BARAK, CHAD

Humanitarian tragedy deepens after West Darfur violence

The Chadian authorities say that more than 12,000 Sudanese refugees, most of them children, women, and seniors, have arrived in the Wadi Barak area after fleeing the violence in...

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November 26 - 2021 JEBEL MOON / DAR EL SALAM

Support and solidarity for victims of West Darfur attacks

A young woman from Darfur who fled to Kartafa in Chad - Many Darfuris have fled to Chad since war broke out in 2003 (UNHCR / Aristophane Ngargoune)
Protesters and organisations expressed their solidarity with the people in Darfur as the number of victims from the armed attacks on villages in West Darfur continues to rise....

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