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Sudan faces deteriorating food shortage or even crisis in 2022: experts

KHARTOUM, May 22 (Xinhua) -- Sudan faces a deteriorating food shortage or even a crisis in 2022 and the people suffering acute hunger may amount to some 18 million out of the country's total 45 million population, local experts have warned. The three main contributors to worsening food shortage in Sudan are the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, internal economic policies and weak agricultural production, according to Sudanese economic experts.

thelondonnews.net ,  5 hours ago 1
Sudan faces deteriorating food shortage or even crisis in 2022: experts

One Killed in Renewed Anti-coup Protests in Sudan

Khartoum, Sudan - Sudanese security forces killed one protester Saturday during renewed demonstrations against a military take over that derailed a transition to civilian rule last year, medics said. The victim, who was not identified, died from 'a bullet to the chest' in the capital's twin city of Omdurman, the pro-democracy Central Committee of Sudan Doctors said in a statement.

thelondonnews.net ,  1 day ago 0
One Killed in Renewed Anti-coup Protests in Sudan

Sudan frees detained anti-coup figures: party

Sudanese authorities released on Friday two anti-coup figures from the Communist Party a day after their arrest, the party said. The military's October takeover in Sudan has sparked nationwide demonstrations which sparked a crackdown that has killed at least 95 protesters and wounded hundreds, medics say.

msn.com ,  2 days ago 0
Sudan frees detained anti-coup figures: party

Channel migrant among first to be told he's going to Rwanda says he will KILL himself rather than be sent back to Africa

A Sundanese asylum seeker said he would rather die than be sent to Rwanda Ali said he has grave fears about the African nation's reputation for human rights He fled his war-torn Sudan six years ago, and was then tortured in Libya For confidential support call the Samaritans on 116123 or go to samaritans.org

dailymail.co.uk ,  3 days ago 36
Channel migrant among first to be told he's going to Rwanda says he will KILL himself rather than be sent back to Africa

Sudan arrests Communist Party figures as thousands protest coup

Sudanese security forces arrested leading anti-coup figures on Thursday, their party said, during protests by thousands against last year's military takeover. "Security forces raided the house of the political secretary of the Sudanese Communist Party Mohammed Mukhtar al-Khatib," the party said in a statement.

msn.com ,  3 days ago 2
Sudan arrests Communist Party figures as thousands protest coup

Disputed borders: Ethiopia and Sudan

How Ethiopia’s civil war revived a century-old dispute with a neighbour S are embroiled in a confrontation over al-Fashaga, a fertile area of farmland that both countries claim as their own. Although the dispute dates back to 1902, it has been rekindled due to Ethiopia’s civil war and tensions over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam, which threatens to give Ethiopia control over the region’s water supply.

economist.com ,  3 days ago 8
Disputed borders: Ethiopia and Sudan

‘I thought the UK was a good country’: Sudan massacre refugee faces removal to Rwanda

Mohammed is among first asylum seekers to face removal under Home Office’s controversial scheme It took Mohammed more than three years and a journey of more than 5,000 miles to reach the UK after fleeing a massacre in his village in Sudan. Now, just over a week after arriving by kayak across the Channel, he is among the first tranche of asylum seekers facing forced removal to Rwanda, on the continent where his journey began.

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‘I thought the UK was a good country’: Sudan massacre refugee faces removal to Rwanda

Sudan Archives Shares Fantastic New Single 'Selfish Soul'

Sudan Archives has shared her new song 'Selfish Soul'. The song is an ode to Black hair, as well as offering testimony to the potency of identity, and the way in which society centralises and skews ideas of beauty. Alongside this, it's a lush, direct return, one that blends her innate beauty with Sudan Archives' multi-faceted approach.

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Sudan Archives Shares Fantastic New Single 'Selfish Soul'

The ‘Spider-Man’ of Sudan: masked activist becomes symbol of resistance

Dressed in red and blue, ‘Spidey’ is a fixture at protests against the military regime – and the subject of a new Guardian documentary Violence and arrests will not deter Sudan’s young activists from resisting the military who “stole our revolution”, says one man who faces down the teargas and bullets in a blue and red superhero costume.

theguardian.com ,  5 days ago 0
The ‘Spider-Man’ of Sudan: masked activist becomes symbol of resistance

Mideast in Pictures: Businesses drop off in Sudan's Khartoum

KHARTOUM, May 11 (Xinhua) -- A weak economy and a lingering political impasse have made the lives of Sudanese people even harder. The declining purchasing power of the customers has impacted businesses in the capital Khartoum, where vendors complain about the largely stagnated business activities amid inflation and the high prices.

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Mideast in Pictures: Businesses drop off in Sudan's Khartoum

Pope, hobbled by knee problem, looks forward to S Sudan trip

Pope Francis whose mobility has been limited of late by a nagging knee problem, is looking forward to visiting South Sudan in July Pope Francis, whose mobility has been limited of late by a nagging knee problem, is looking forward to visiting South Sudan in July, according to a joint message by the pontiff, the archbishop of Canterbury and a Scottish church official.

independent.co.uk ,  15 days ago 6
Pope, hobbled by knee problem, looks forward to S Sudan trip

‘We are lucky today’: West Darfur braces for more outbreaks of fighting

Thousands flee their homes as villages are left isolated and travel is perilous after massacre at Kreinik Many towns and villages in Sudan to the north and east of El Geneina, the capital of West Darfur, are no-go areas. The violence that erupted here last week and left 200 people dead has subsided but the tension is palpable.

theguardian.com ,  17 days ago 2
‘We are lucky today’: West Darfur braces for more outbreaks of fighting

Reporting Under Attack in South Sudan, Sudan

Juba, South Sudan - Journalists in both Sudan and South Sudan say threats, intimidation and arbitrary arrests are part of everyday life, limiting their ability to inform the public. South Sudan ranks 128th and Sudan ranks 151st out of 180 countries in Reporters Without Borders' annual World Press Freedom Index, released Tuesday to coincide with the United Nations' annual recognition of World Press Freedom Day.

thelondonnews.net ,  17 days ago 2
Reporting Under Attack in South Sudan, Sudan

Sudan's electric rickshaws cut costs, help environment

Sudanese entrepreneur Mohamed Samir watches proudly as workers assemble garishly coloured rickshaws, unique in the North African nation because they run on electricity in a bid to tackle soaring costs. In Sudan, three-wheeler vehicles -- tuk-tuk rickshaws for passengers, and motorbike tricycles with a trailer attached for carrying goods -- have long been a popular and affordable transport.

msn.com ,  18 days ago 0
Sudan's electric rickshaws cut costs, help environment

Redbridge father to climb Mount Everest in aid of children 'desperately in squalor'

A Redbridge climber is set to scale Mount Everest in a bid to raise money for malnourished children in forgotten communities around the world. Fraz Butt, a senior commercial lawyer, hopes to raise over £150,000 with a group of friends through the two-week challenge, which will take place in September.

ilfordrecorder.co.uk ,  19 days ago 0
Redbridge father to climb Mount Everest in aid of children 'desperately in squalor'

Sudanese Families Urge Military Leaders to Free Detainees

KHARTOUM, Sudan - Like dozens of other Sudanese who were members of resistance committees, Mohammed Mustafa has been held in Soba prison for more than a month without being charged with an offense. The 19-year-old's mother, Zahra Abduwahab, said she could not celebrate the Muslim Eid al-Fitr holiday Monday knowing her son was suffering in prison.

thelondonnews.net ,  19 days ago 7
Sudanese Families Urge Military Leaders to Free Detainees