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August 4 - 2015 MUKJAR

Man slain, cattle theft in Central Darfur

A man was shot dead in Central Darfur on Monday, leading to a protest by locals against his killing. In the same area, a woman beat a herder who drove his cattle onto her farm,...
August 4 - 2015 EL FASHER

El Bushra mooted to succeed Sese in Darfur Regional Authority

The Liberation and Justice Movement (LJM) led by Bahar Idris Abu Garda has nominated Osman El Bushra as a replacement for the chairmanship of Dr El Tijani Sese of the Darfur Regional...
August 4 - 2015 KHARTOUM

Sudan’s Bashir ‘plans to speak at UN summit’

Sudanese President Omar Hassan Al Bashir is planning to travel to New York in September to speak at the United Nations, Sudan’s deputy UN envoy said on Monday. A provisional...
August 4 - 2015 NYALA

Poor security leads to rampant crime in Darfur's Otash camp

Deteriorating security conditions in and around Otash camp, South Darfur, have led to complaints by displaced people. An activist in the camp near Nyala, the capital of South...
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Sudan’s attacks in South Kordofan ‘constitute war crimes’

August 4 - 2015 NAIROBI

Government forces in Sudan have committed war crimes against the civilian population of South Kordofan, according to international human rights body Amnesty International. In a report published today, Amnesty ...

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August 4 - 2015 TABIT

Boy dies in bomb blast in North Darfur

A boy died and his brother was injured when an unexploded remnant of war detonated at a farm near Tabit in North Darfur on Sunday. A family member told Radio Dabanga that the...

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August 2 - 2015 KHARTOUM

Major Sudanese miller halts production

Sayga silos in Khartoum state (pommer-spezialbetonbau.de)
The Sayga Company, one of the largest flour suppliers in Sudan, shut down its mills on 25 July, reportedly after a dispute with the government about the dollar rate set for wheat...