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Sudan conflict

24 Oct
The conflict between warring factions in Sudan has left thousands dead and millions have been forced to flee. Half a year on since the outbreak of the fighting, the humanitarian situation is worse than ever, with many refugees in Chad on the brink of famine. Also in this edition: what the gradual lifting of the state of siege in North Kivu and Ituri province means for DR Congo.
23 Oct
The conflict between warring factions in Sudan has left thousands dead and millions have been forced to flee. Half a year on since the outbreak of the fighting, the humanitarian situation is worse than ever, with many refugees in Chad on the brink of famine. Also in this edition: what the gradual lifting of the state of seige in North Kivu and Ituri province means for DR Congo. And finally: Kibera Fashion Week celebrates the talents of local designers.
30 Aug
Sudan military ruler arrives in Egypt on first trip abroad since war began. Aug 29 (Reuters) - Sudanese military ruler General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan met his Egyptian counterpart on Tuesday in his first trip abroad since the April outbreak of war in Sudan, a day after rejecting calls for fresh negotiations
23 Jul 2023
The natural occurring gum discharged by Acacia trees is used in several key industries. The ongoing conflict in Sudan is hurting exports and threatening livelihoods.
13 Jul 2023
Dozens of women and girls have been raped and sexually assaulted by fighters in Sudan as the conflict approaches its third month.
4 Jul 2023
In Sudan, the fighting is tearing the country apart. An exhibition in Cologne wants to shine a light on the north African country and raise awareness of the conflict.
26 Apr 2023
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