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Diplomatic Efforts Focus on Sudan as UAE and South Korea Meet

The Arabian Post 14 Apr 2024
Sudan’s strategic location on the Red Sea, bordering several key African countries, makes its stability a concern for many nations ... The African Union (AU) has been a leading player, suspending ...
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A Year Of Suffering For Sudanese Women And Girls

MENA FN 14 Apr 2024
(MENAFN - African Press Organization) Download logo Sudan's current conflict, which marks its one year point this week, is having a devastating impact on the people of Sudan, particularly women and ... .
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Year of war has pushed Sudan closer to the abyss

The National 14 Apr 2024
Army generals have repeatedly claimed that foreign mercenaries from some of Sudan’s neighbours, such as Chad and the Central African Republic, are fighting alongside the RSF ... However, all of them are at large, mostly living in exile outside Sudan.
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Sudan’s silent suffering, one year into generals’ war

Gulf-Times 13 Apr 2024
Aid workers say a year of war between rival generals in Sudan has led to catastrophe, but the world has turned away.The northeast African country is experiencing “one of the worst humanitarian ...
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Ottawa to provide $132 million to help people fleeing civil war in Sudan

Toronto Sun 13 Apr 2024
He said the rest of the funding will go toward development projects, with a focus on sexual and reproductive health for women in Sudan and South Sudan, and other projects in the Central African Republic, Chad and Ethiopia.
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Scholars of South Sudan, China pledge collaboration for mutual development

China.dot.org 12 Apr 2024
Liu Hongwu, director general of the Institute of African Studies of Zhejiang Normal University, said South Sudan is a crucial country for Chinese investments, being at the heart of the African continent and East Africa.
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EXPLAINER-Sudan’s conflict: Who is backing the rival commanders?

Philenews 12 Apr 2024
experts said the RSF, which has fostered tribal alliances stretching across Sudan’s western borders, brought weapons into Sudan from Libya and the Central African Republic, and fuel from South Sudan.
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Sudan's silent suffering, a year into generals' war

Bahrain News 12 Apr 2024
Port Sudan, Sudan - Millions displaced and on the brink of famine.
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This is why is Sudan still at war a year on

Business Day 12 Apr 2024
Hundreds of thousands of people have fled to Egypt, Chad and South Sudan, with smaller numbers crossing into Ethiopia and the Central African Republic ... Russia has been seeking to build a naval base on Sudan’s Red Sea coast.
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EXPLAINER-Why is Sudan still at war a year on?

Philenews 12 Apr 2024
Hundreds of thousands of people have fled to Egypt, Chad and South Sudan, with smaller numbers crossing into Ethiopia and the Central African Republic ... Russia has been seeking to build a naval base on Sudan’s Red Sea coast.
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Sudan humanitarian crisis may worsen and spread: UN

The Peninsula 12 Apr 2024
The United Nations on Friday warned that the humanitarian crisis triggered by the conflict in Sudan could worsen dramatically in the coming months, tipping some regions into famine ... Fighting in Sudan ...
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UN refugee agency reports over 8.5 million Sudanese displaced since April 2023

Jurist 11 Apr 2024
... in Sudan since April 2023, when the internal armed conflict began. Among the displaced, 1.8 million fled across the border to South Sudan, Chad, Central African Republic, Egypt, Ethiopia and Uganda.
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Over 25 million facing humanitarian crisis in Sudan – UN

Russia Today 11 Apr 2024
More than 25 million people in Sudan are facing a humanitarian crisis as fighting continues to grip the northeast African nation, the UN Refugee Agency warned on Tuesday ... The majority are reportedly seeking refuge in South Sudan.
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Over 25 million facing humanitarian crisis in Sudan UN

Beijing News 11 Apr 2024
More than 25 million people in Sudan are facing a humanitarian crisis as fighting continues to grip the northeast African nation, the UN Refugee Agency warned on Tuesday ... The majority are reportedly seeking refuge in South Sudan.
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