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Ethiopian newspaper lampoons Egypt's Sisi as an 'American dog'

07 April, 2020

A caricature of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has not gone down well with some social media users.

Coronavirus is killing NHS workers. Their deaths were preventable

07 April, 2020

Comment: The NHS is the UK's biggest BAME employer, and the deaths of many of its frontline workers could have been prevented, writes rapper and activist, Lowkey.

Sudanese remember bittersweet anniversary of sit-in that toppled Bashir

06 April, 2020

April 6 marks the first anniversary of a mass sit-in in Sudan that prompted the ousting of dictator, Omar Al-Bashir.

Sudan deploys heavy security on anniversary of mass march

06 April, 2020

The heavy security comes as Sudan marks a year since tens of thousands of protesters gathered in a sprawling sit-in outside the military building in Khartoum to demand Bashir's ouster.

Third Sudanese man arrested in French 'terror' stabbing

05 April, 2020

The alleged assailant, identified as Abdallah Ahmed-Osman - a Sudanese refugee in his 30s who lives in the town - was arrested without a fight.

South Sudan reports first coronavirus case

05 April, 2020

The patient was identified as a 29-year-old woman who arrived in South Sudan from the Netherlands via Ethiopia on February 28.

11 countries considering ceasefire in wake of COVID pandemic

03 April, 2020

The UN has announced that 11 countries are considering a ceasefire in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus lockdowns are further eroding civil rights in Mideast

02 April, 2020

A new tracker has been launched to monitor the degradation of civil liberties across the world as countries grapple with a fast-spreading virus and social distancing directives.

Sudan charges Bashir with 'undermining constitution' over 1989 coup

01 April, 2020

Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir has been charged by the public prosecution with undermining the constitution over the 1989 coup.

Coronavirus threatens more misery for vulnerable Middle East refugees

31 March, 2020

The Middle East's most vulnerable refugees, trapped in camps across the region, await the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic while already living in poor sanitary conditions.

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