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Sudanese police use tear gas to disperse student rally in Khartoum
Riot police in crisis-hit Sudan have fired tear gas canisters to disperse a student protest rally held in capital Khartoum against military rulers.
Junta general vows to send perpetrators of Khartoum carnage to ‘gallows’
A top Sudanese general has vowed to send to the “gallows” those who carried out a deadly crackdown on protesters outside the military headquarters in Khartoum earlier this month.
Sudanese protesters march on President Bashir's residence
Thousands of protesters marched on the residence of Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir in the capital Khartoum on Saturday, in what seemed to be the biggest anti-government rally since protests erupted last year.
Sudanese march on presidential palace as protests linger
Sudanese police have fired tear gas at protesters marching towards the presidential palace in the capital during a demonstration against the 29-year rule of President Omar al-Bashir.
Sudanese police use tear gas against protesters seeking 'peace, justice'
Sudanese police have fired tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters in Omdurman City, near the capital Khartoum.
South Sudanese protest US ban on weapons
Anti-Trump demonstrations in South Sudan's capital turned violent on Tuesday as people took to the streets to protest the US president's new ban on the supply of weapons to the army or rebels.
Sudanese kids denied childhoods
As South Sudan enters its sixth year of independence, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is calling the situation in the country ‘a catastrophe for children’ and cautioned that they are being denied a childhood in nearly all aspects of their lives.
Five Sudanese troops killed in Yemeni counterattacks
Yemeni Army and allied Houthi Ansarullah fighters have foiled an inroad by Saudi-allied mercenaries in southwestern Yemen, killing a number of the Sudanese troops among them in the process.
Sudanese rebels release 127 prisoners
Rebels fighting the government in the southern parts of Sudan have freed some 127 captives with the army welcoming the move amid a renewed ceasefire.
Sudanese court jails rights activists in fake reports case
A court in Sudan has sentenced three human rights campaigners to one year in jail each after convicting them in a case of fake reports, their defense lawyer says.
South Sudanese eat weeds, water lilies to survive
Like thousands of other South Sudanese families caught up in famine, Sara Dit and her 10 children are hiding from marauding gunmen in the swamps and islands of the river Nile.
Sudanese forces silence female activists with rape, violence: HRW
Human Rights Watch (HRW) says Sudanese security forces have used sexual violence and intimidation to silence female rights campaigners.
Prominent Sudanese opposition leader Turabi dies at 84
Sudan’s main opposition leader Hassan Abd Allah al-Turabi has reportedly lost his life after sinking into a coma and being transferred to a medical center in the capital, Khartoum, in critical condition earlier in the day.
400 Sudanese soldiers land in Yemen to join Saudi aggression
Some 400 Sudanese troops have arrived in Yemen’s southern port city of Aden to join Saudi Arabia’s military aggression against Yemen.

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