Hydroelectric project creating water anxiety in Egypt; reporter covering farm evictions arrested
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Monday 01 April 2013
Sudan’s President, Omar al-Bashir, has said that all political prisoners are to be released in the latest sign of an easing of political tensions within the country and with South Sudan.
Sunday 10 March 2013
The ballot has not provoked the violence of 2007, but the defeated Prime Minister plans to contest the ballot count
Wednesday 27 February 2013
It was funny how it took me longer time coming from Sudan to South Africa than it took my colleagues coming from other continents. I guess this could be another reminder (and a metaphor) of how much work we need to do as African to bridge the gaps between us and stop functioning like a big messed up family.
Monday 11 February 2013
SNP rejects UK Coalition lawyers' claims that independent country would have to reapply to join EU
Tuesday 29 January 2013
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Friday 28 December 2012
Even after enduring atrocities, these children still dream of becoming teachers and doctors
Sunday 23 December 2012
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Thursday 20 December 2012
Youths armed with sticks, machetes and spears battled police in a South Sudanese town, forcing thousands of civilians to seek refuge in a UN compound, the United Nations and residents said.
Wednesday 19 December 2012
James Nesbitt says 'child' and 'soldier' are two words that should never go together
Saturday 08 December 2012
Sudan says he's an Israeli operative – but his handlers say he's too easily distracted for that. Matthew Kalman reports on a spy thriller
Wednesday 31 October 2012
Warships from Tehran dock in Port Sudan as tensions between the two Middle East powers escalate
Wednesday 24 October 2012
Sudan yesterday accused Israel of carrying out an air strike on a large arms factory in its capital, Khartoum, that killed two people.
Tuesday 16 October 2012
Judges of controversial Mo Ibrahim award can't find worthy winner for third time in six years
Tuesday 09 October 2012
Insurgents shelled Kadugli, the main city in oil-producing South Kordofan state near the border with South Sudan, in their first assault on the government stronghold since last year. Government radio said five people were killed and at least 23 wounded yesterday.
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