Peacekeepers leaving Sudan's Darfur found with arms - UN

2017-01-21 09:00

The United Nations peace mission in Sudan's conflict-wracked Darfur region says it has opened an inquiry after one of its units was found leaving the region with weapons.

Israel raises height of barrier on Egypt border

2017-01-18 10:31

Israel says it has finished raising the height of an electronic fence along part of its border with Egypt to shut down irregular migration routes.

Sudan says 'secret' talks led to US easing sanctions

2017-01-15 13:01

Sudan's Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour says"secret" talks between American and Sudanese officials led to the easing of US sanctions on his country.

Top Africa stories: Zim, Sudan, Malawi

2017-01-13 20:15

A 17-year-old boy with albinism was choked and hit with a sharp object in a brutal murder in Malawi, and leading gold producer has claimed ownership of the cargo after a plane crashed in Zimbabwe.

Top Africa stories: Zim, Gambia, Kenya

2017-01-11 20:00

Grace Mugabe has denied grabbing five properties belonging to a Lebanese tycoon, and Gambia's president has warned the international community against interfering in his country's political crisis

Top Africa stories: Nigeria, Sudan, Zim

2017-01-03 20:01

Zimbabwe's Affirmative Action Group has moved to stop government from evicting at least 170 new farmers and Nigeria has attacked SA police after 'barbaric' death.

Sudanese miners risk health for gold

2016-12-29 11:00

Toxic chemicals used to extract gold from Sudan's mines are not only harming the health of miners, but also those who live nearby.

Buses ferry workers as Sudan 'sit-at-home' strike fails

2016-12-19 20:00

A nationwide "sit-at-home" strike called by Sudanese opposition activists in protest at price hikes has failed as buses ferried workers to offices and schools remained open.

Cash crunch closing WHO clinics in Sudan war zones

2016-12-18 17:05

Dozens of health facilities supported by the World Health Organisation in strife-torn areas of Sudan risk closure due to a lack of funds, exposing one million people to likely epidemics.

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Africa's big men: The continent's long-serving leaders

2017-01-19 14:17

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Darfur rebel groups retreat to Libya, South Sudan: UN report

2017-01-17 16:32

Two rebel groups driven out of Darfur by a Sudanese military offensive now operate mostly in Libya and South Sudan but hope to return to fight again, says a UN report.

Sudan welcomes US decision to lift sanctions

2017-01-14 11:30

Sudan has welcomed a US decision to lift some economic sanctions against Khartoum, saying it was a "positive and important" development in relations with Washington.

Obama to ease Bashir's Sudan sanctions on way out

2017-01-13 13:00

The Obama administration is set to ease sanctions against Sudan and broaden now limited talks with the long estranged African government whose leader, Omar al-Bashir, has been indicted on war crimes.

Health fears for detained Sudan opposition figure

2017-01-08 16:58

The family of detained Sudanese opposition figure Siddig Yousif have appealed for his release following an "alarming" worsening of his health.

13-yr-old among 8 people killed by Sudan gunmen in Darfur

2017-01-03 07:31

Gunmen in military uniforms have killed eight people, including a 13-year-old, in Sudan's war-torn Darfur region, residents and an NGO say, as rebels accused the army of being behind the attack.

Sudan frees 20 opposition members after protest call

2016-12-26 18:00

Sudan has freed 20 political opponents detained since last month after they called for protests against rising fuel prices, their parties say.

Sudan opposition presses on with 'sit-at-home' strike

2016-12-19 18:30

Sudanese opposition groups and activists have pressed on with plans to hold a "sit-at-home" strike against fuel subsidy cuts, despite a warning from President Omar al-Bashir that anti-regime protests would be crushed.

UN cancels controversial Gambia army chief's Darfur visit

2016-12-17 13:00

The UN has stopped Gambia's controversial army chief from visiting troops serving as peacekeepers in Darfur, as international pressure grows on the country's top brass to accept incoming president-elect Adama Barrow.

Sudan says Egypt seized gold miners from its territory

2016-12-14 13:12

Sudan has accused Egypt of seizing Sudanese gold miners from its territory and confiscating their equipment

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