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Bashir promises to help Sudan’s independent South

Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir pledged on Tuesday to help build a secure, stable and brotherly state in the south if it votes for independence.

Sudanese models spared whip but fined for ‘indecency’

A Sudanese court on Wednesday convicted eight models who took part in a mixed-gender fashion show with "indecency" and ordered them to pay a fine.

Aid workers overwhelmed as Sudanese go home to vote

Aid workers in South Sudan have criticised the government for not helping with the influx of citizens hoping to vote from the north.

South Sudan accuses north of provocation

The south Sudanese army accused the north's troops of provoking it, with the intention of breaking a ceasefire agreement between the two.

Sudan dismisses Cyprus weapons probe

Sudan on Wednesday denied trying to import arms on a ship intercepted in Cyprus, saying explosives on board had been ordered by a mining company.

Darfur rebels say death sentences threaten talks

Darfur rebels on Wednesday condemned a death sentence on two of its members by a Khartoum court, saying it endangered the peace process.

Sudan urged to reconsider expulsion of aid groups

The US and other countries are urging Sudan to reverse its decision to expel aid groups who help vulnerable populations throughout the country.

Sudan arrests Darfur actors after ‘political’ drama

Sudanese security officers burst into a theatre in the cultural capital of war-torn Darfur and arrested three actors when the curtain came down.

Bandits halve WFP food deliveries into Darfur

Escalating banditry has forced the World Food Programme (WFP) to halve food deliveries in Darfur, and without immediate cash the United Nations agency will ground its humanitarian flights at the end of the month. So far his year, hijackers have attacked five WFP passenger vehicles and 45 WFP-contracted trucks, the agency said in a statement.

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