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17 Dec
Women who fled violence in Sudan's West Darfur have described being raped by armed fighters wearing RSF military uniforms, or robes and turbans commonly worn by Arab militiamen during ethnically targeted attacks on the city of El Geneina.
17 Jun 2023
As clashes resume in Sudan after a fragile and brief ceasefire, we take a closer look at the plight of refugees in neighbouring Chad. Also, President Bola Tinubu urges patience amid anger at soaring fuel prices in Nigeria. And Malians gear up to vote in a referendum that could result in French being removed as the country's official language.
25 May 2023
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.
30 Apr 2023
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.
28 Apr 2023
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.
20 Apr 2023
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.

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