Deadly Sudanese tribal clashes prompt Khartoum street protests
20 July 2022 | 4:18 pm
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas as thousands of Hausa protesters marched in central Khartoum on Tuesday, days after tribal clashes killed dozens in southern Sudan's Blue Nile state.
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Fears of a destiny similar to neighbouring Arab countries under conflict loom over the head of 28-year-old Sundanese architect Hadeel Mohamed, who says she has not left her home since heavy fighting in the capital broke out four days ago.
The scramble to safety continues in Sudan. Foreign governments have airlifted hundreds of people out of the country. In the UK, several asylum seekers and refugee groups head to court to challenge the government's so-called Rwanda migrant plan. Finally, ahead of World Malaria Day, a global health chief for the deadly disease warns that beyond celebrating progress, we should also be aware of the effects of climate change.
One of the warring parties in Sudan has captured a lab with various pathogens, including cholera bacteria, the WHO has warned. A three-day ceasefire brokered by the US is mostly holding. DW has the latest.
Dozens of buses are sent to take nationals to Egypt. Also, the death toll from Kenya's starvation cult rises to 95. The pastor who encouraged his followers to fast to find salvation is still in custody.
There is hope for Nigerians who have been stuck in limbo amid Sudan's fighting. Dozens of buses are sent to take nationals to Egypt. Also, the death toll from Kenya's starvation cult rises to 95. The pastor who encouraged his followers to fast to find salvation is still in custody.
Tens of buses were seen lining up on the Argeen Egypt-Sudan border crossing as the waiting times increased with the rising influx of Sudanese fleeing the fighting.
The US clears the way for sanctions over Sudan's conflict as the latest ceasefire fails to stop the fighting. This as hundreds of Nigerians and South Africans finally arrive home. Also, Japan offers help to Mozambique in its battle against insurgents in the country's north. Finally, we head to Senegal and tune in to the first Pan-African festival celebrating TV series produced on the continent.
Heavy air attacks and clashes were witnessed in several major Sudanese cities, as the UN warned more people will go hungry amid a prolonged conflict.
Airstrikes have rocked the Sudanese capital even as the warring factions were preparing to continue talks in Saudi Arabia. Hundreds of people have died in the clashes.
With a tenuous ceasefire and millions of people trapped in a war zone, humanitarian groups struggle to send aid to Sudan. Fighting eased in Sudan on Wednesday, the second full day of a ceasefire that has allowed beleaguered civilians to venture out, even as they await safe aid corridors and escape routes.
Artillery and air strikes hit the Khartoum market after the Sudanese military said it was suspending talks. The US warned it wouldn't be able to mediate amid truce violations.
Amid heavy combat that has devastated Khartoum for six gruelling weeks, a glimmer of relief emerged as 300 children and 71 dedicated caretakers from Mygoma Orphanage were successfully evacuated on 7 June 2023. The destination: Wad Madani, located approximately 200 kilometres away.
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