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Bashir appoints new PM as cabinet sacked
Bashir appoints new PM as cabinet sacked
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir on Sunday sacked the country's 31-member cabinet and appointed a new prime minister who will form a smaller...
Why nuclear power for African countries doesn’t make sense
Why nuclear power for African countries doesn’t make sense
Over the last few years reports have surfaced...
Sudan death sentence ruling sparks international campaign
Sudan death sentence ruling sparks international campaign
The social media campaign #JusticeForNoura has gained traction after 19-year-old Noura Hussein was sentenced to death in Sudan on May 10 for...
Twenty-one African countries showcasing at Africa's Travel Indaba
Twenty-one African countries showcasing at Africa's Travel Indaba
Tourism businesses from 21 African countries and 12 African tourism authorities have already confirmed their attendance at the largest global...
State land grabs fuel Sudan’s crisis
State land grabs fuel Sudan’s crisis
Al-Noor Othman, a farmer in Sudan’s South Kordofan province, was hoping for a good harvest. He had bills to pay. 
Sudan’s state-supported smugglers
Sudan’s state-supported smugglers
Hussein Salman seemed to live a charmed life. Despite driving around in an undocumented car, which attracted nine separate police reports, he was...
Rwanda, Uganda deny Israel deal to host African migrants
Rwanda, Uganda deny Israel deal to host African migrants
Rwanda and Uganda have rejected claims of signing a controversial deal to take in African migrants from Israel.
Sudan papers go online for freedom from censors
Sudan papers go online for freedom from censors
Seated in his Khartoum office overlooking the Blue Nile, Sudanese journalist Adil al-Baz no longer fears a crackdown by security agents over his...
Sudanese courts rob the poor
Sudanese courts rob the poor
The slim, bewildered 18-year-old could not control her feelings when she told her story in a public order court in Khartoum. She started to cry....
UN cutback plan ‘betrays’ Darfur
UN cutback plan ‘betrays’ Darfur
After nearly a decade of trying to keep the peace in Darfur, the United Nations and the African Union believe they are seeing light at the end of...

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