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December 5 - 2019 DONGOLA / CHAD

145 Sudanese deported from Libya evacuated to Northern State

Sudanese-Libyan Joint Forces have recovered 145 Sudanese citizens who were deported by the Libyan authorities. The Sudanese were reportedly tortured while being held by gangs....
December 5 - 2019 YIDA REFUGEE CAMP, SOUTH SUDAN

Nuba Mountains refugees in South Sudan call for food, wells, and medicine supplies to resume

On Tuesday, hundreds of Sudanese refugees from the Nuba Mountains living at Yida camp in South Sudan held a protest in front of the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) offices, protesting...
December 5 - 2019 SENNAR

Students stricken by ‘food poisoning’ in Sudan’s Sennar

All school and student canteens in Sudan’s Sennar have been shut by order of the state’s Wali (governor) after at least 121 university and basic school students were stricken by...
December 5 - 2019 KASS

Five dead in South Darfur market crossfire

Four people including a child were killed in crossfire when groups of gunmen clashed at the market of Kass yesterday.
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FFC’s El Sheikh: ‘Unresolved differences between parties challenge to Sudan peace’

December 5 - 2019 KHARTOUM

Ibrahim El Sheikh, member of the Peace Committee for the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC), said that one of the biggest challenges facing the peace negotiations is not resolving the differences among the components of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) alliance of armed movements, the negotiation platforms, namely South Sudan, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Chad, Egypt, as well as international...

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December 4 - 2019 WASHINGTON

PM Hamdok: 'Anybody responsible for atrocities in Sudan will be held to account, including Hemeti'

In an interview with the US National Public Radio (NPR), Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok stated that “anybody” responsible for atrocities in Sudan must be held accountable. When...

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November 29 - 2019 KHARTOUM

Sudan dissolves National Congress Party, repeals Public Order Bill

Members of the No to Oppression against Women Initiative cheer during a musical act at a seminar about women rights in Omdurman, April 16, 2017 (RD)
In a joint meeting on Thursday, Sudan’s Sovereign Council and Cabinet decided to disband the National Congress Party established by ousted President Omar Al Bashir, and to cancel...
Darfuri women tending their farm (Unamid)
November 29 - 2019 KENDEBE / EL GENEINA / TAWILA

Herders raid Kendebe in West Darfur

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