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Refugees at risk in South Sudan

At least one million people are in need of immediate food aid to avoid the threat of starvation. Charels Molele reports.

Three African migrants stabbed in Tel Aviv

An attacker has stabbed three Eritrean men in a Tel Aviv video store in what police said they were initially treating as a racist attack.

Sudan: South softens, as Khartoum declares emergency

South Sudan has said it will pull all police out of a disputed region and is committed to peace, just as Khartoum declares a state of emergency.

Sudan Parliament labels South ‘enemy’

Sudan's Parliament has voted unanimously to brand the government of South Sudan an enemy after southern troops invaded the north's main oilfield.

Kidnapped Chinese workers in South Sudan freed

A group of Chinese workers kidnapped in South Sudan 11 days ago by rebels have been freed and flown to Kenya.

Scores killed in South Sudan clashes

Clashes between South Sudanese troops and two separate rebel militias have left at least 92 people dead, the army's spokesperson said on Monday.

South Sudan vote clears hurdle as ballot forms arrive

Millions of ballot papers were delivered to South Sudan on Wednesday, removing one uncertainty ahead of a referendum on southern independence.

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 warns south against independence declaration

Sudan's ruling party says its southern partners in government would commit "suicide" if they declared an independent state without a referendum.

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