Sport Emmanuel Frimpong

The 22-year old made a total of 16 first-team appearances for the Gunners

Satellite images reveal signs of mass graves on South Sudan border

Northern army accused of killing anti-government civilians

Four-year-old killed by dog in Australia

A four-year-old refugee from Sudan has been killed at her Melbourne home by a neighbour's dog.

'Economic war' fears over new currency

A South Sudanese official said yesterday that northern Sudan has declared "economic war" by issuing a new currency just weeks after the two countries split.

The lie of the land: Mapping the borders of South Sudan has been fraught with difficulty

Six months before South Sudan officially declared its independence, becoming the world's newest nation on 9 July, eight people met in an unremarkable boardroom in Glasgow over tea and biscuits to plot one of this fledgling country's most defining features – its borders.

Letters: Miliband and the scandals

Is there actually a third Miliband brother running the Labour party that we've never heard about?

Demand for inquiry into Sudanese 'atrocities'

Human rights organisations appealed yesterday for an independent international investigation into alleged atrocities by Sudan against the African Nuba people in the mountains on its southern border. They are also calling on the UN Security Council to urgently press the government in Khartoum to allow the resumption of aid flights into the Nuba Mountains as well as the presence of foreign observers on the ground.

Sudan air raids force women and children to run to the hills

Tens of thousands found living in caves to escape government bombing

Richard Sudan: How did Sheikh Raed Salah enter the UK?

The illegal detention, and attempted character assassination of Sheikh Raed Salah, is symptomatic of the government’s pro-Zionist stance.

Children with horrific wounds pay price of Sudan's bloody war

When boys and girls started arriving at his hospital with missing arms and feet, they were the first casualties of war Dr Tom Catena had seen.

South Sudan celebrates first day as independent nation

South Sudan celebrated its first day as an independent nation yesterday, raising its flag before tens of thousands of cheering citizens elated to reach the end of a 50-year struggle.

South Sudan formally declares independence

The South Sudanese parliament speaker read out the formal declaration of independence for the Republic of South Sudan today, the final step in a 2005 deal that followed decades of war between the north and south.

Leading article: Africa has a moment of hope – and peril

The world is about to welcome its newest country, the Republic of South Sudan.

A difficult birth in South Sudan

We are on the verge of seeing the birth of a new African nation, one that will have emerged through the will of its people. It will be a time of optimism, a time of risk, and a time of opportunities that we should not miss.

South Sudan counts down the hours to independence

Dancers decked in South Sudanese flags and leopard-print trousers marched through the streets of their ramshackle capital Juba today, counting down the hours until Africa's largest country splits into two states at midnight.

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