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January 23 - 2017 FORIKA CAMP

Two displaced hit by police car in South Darfur camp

A woman and a boy were wounded when they were hit by a police car in the Forika camp for the displaced in South Darfur’s Gireida locality on Sunday. “The police was chasing camp...
January 23 - 2017 KHARTOUM

Sudan: University of Khartoum expels five students

The University of Khartoum expelled five students on Sunday because of their involvement in protests against the alleged sale of the university buildings in central Khartoum. A...
January 23 - 2017 ARARA

Five wounded in West Darfur market attack

Five people were injured in a clash in the area of Arara in West Darfur’s Beida locality on Sunday. A number of orchards in the area burned to the ground. “The reason for the...
January 23 - 2017 EL GEDAREF / PORT SUDAN

Six ‘diarrhoea’ patients die, 97 treated in eastern Sudanese hospitals

Six people died of ‘watery diarrhoea’ in El Gedaref last week. 97 new cases were admitted to hospitals in El Gedaref and Red Sea states. According to Sudan’s vice-president, the...

No water, bread, fuel, electricity in South Kordofan capital

January 23 - 2017 KADUGLI

In addition to flour and fuel shortages since the beginning of this year, the residents of Kadugli, capital of South Kordofan, are now as well suffering from a lack of drinking water and power-cuts.

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January 23 - 2017 EL FASHER / PARIS / DOHA

Darfur SLM denies news of another breakaway group

The Sudan Liberation Movement led by Abdelwahid El Nur (SLM-AW) has contradicted news about a peace accord signed by a SLM splinter group in El Fasher on Saturday. Delegations...

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January 22 - 2017 KHARTOUM

Medics: ‘Cholera spreading in Sudan’

A South Sudanese infant suffering from cholera is being attended by medics in Juba Teaching Hospital, 27 May 2014. (
According to laboratory results, the diarrhoea cases spreading over various parts of Sudan since September last year are caused by cholera. The Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors...

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