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The Beirut blast death toll has exceeded 150. As protesters rage in the capital calling for accountability, The New Arab has compiled a list of the victims to date.

Sudan's infamous Janjaweed militia is reportedly stealing and assaulting locals in Libya as they fight alongside rogue General Khalifa Haftar's troops.

Sudan 'repels Ethiopian cross-border attack' amid Nile tensions

The New Arab Staff

Sudan 'repels Ethiopian cross-border attack' amid Nile tensions

Major General Nasr al-Deen Abd al-Qayyum, governor of Sudan's eastern Gadaref province, said Sudanese armed forces had on Sunday "successfully fended off an attack by Ethiopian forces".

Lebanese volunteers mobilise to help health workers battle coronavirus

Nicholas Frakes

Lebanese volunteers mobilise to help health workers battle coronavirus

Hundreds of civilians have joined the Lebanon Response Team to produce ventilators, face masks and other medical supplies to help the ...

Sudan's rapprochement with Israel exposes weakness of democratic transition

Mel Plant

Sudan's rapprochement with Israel exposes weakness of democratic transition

A secretive meeting between Israel's Netanyahu and Sudan's Burhan has put the nature of the country's transitional government under the ...

Gerard Prunier

In Sudan, General Hemedti leads the fray

Comment: In reality, it is Hemedti, the brutal and cunning general who organised the harsh crackdown in Khartoum last June, who wields the real power in Sudan, writes Gerard Prunier.

The New Arab

Former intelligence chief accused of orchestrating Sudan rebellion

Intelligence agency buildings were back under government control and airspace reopened in Sudan, as Gen. Mohammad Dagalo accused Salah ...

The New Arab

DP World hired notorious lobbyists for Sudan port access

Ari Ben-Menashe's Dickens and Madson lobbying firm has previously worked with rogue Libyan general Khalifa Haftar and Sudanese paramilitary ...

The New Arab

Tribal clashes in Sudan's Darfur kill at least 24

Sudan's transitional government has dispatched additional troops to West Darfur in an attempt to quell the violence.

Sudan sentences intelligence agents to death for torturing protester

The New Arab

Sudan sentences intelligence agents to death for torturing protester

Ahmed al-Kheir, a 36-year-old school teacher from the eastern Kassala province, was tortured to death by intelligence agents in February this ...

Mel Plant

One year on, Sudan's revolution hangs in the balance

In-depth: Hopes for peace and justice remain unclear a year after the start of Sudan's revolution, Mel Plant writes.

Fifteen Sudanese protesters missing since June massacre found: activists

The New Arab

Fifteen Sudanese protesters missing since June massacre found: activists

Sudanese protest leaders say that 15 people who went missing after a massacre have been found, including five dead and survivors suffering from ...

Displaced Palestinians find refuge in West Bank caves

Delilah Boxstein

Displaced Palestinians find refuge in West Bank caves

In Israeli-controlled Area C, hundreds of Palestinians are seeking shelter in caves, after the Israeli government demolished buildings and homes.

Hundreds march in Sudan capital seeking 'justice for martyrs'

The New Arab

Hundreds march in Sudan capital seeking 'justice for martyrs'

The protest comes amid rising public anger at the paramilitaries accused of killing protesters.

Yemen in Focus: Houthi 'pirates' seize Saudi vessel

Sana Uqba

Yemen in Focus: Houthi 'pirates' seize Saudi vessel

This week we look at an escalation in the war between Houthi rebels and the Saudi-led coalition which could trump recent conciliatory efforts.

The New Arab

Sudan paramilitaries threaten lawsuit over 'fake' social media posts

Activists have claimed that Sudan's Rapid Support Forces is providing humanitarian aid to curry favour.

The New Arab

Sudanese troops killed in Yemen rebel attack, officials say

The deaths of six members of Sudan's RSF in Yemen follow speculation that Khartoum will fully withdraw its troops from the war.

The New Arab

Sudan denies UN report its paramilitaries fought for Haftar

Sudan has been accused of sending at least 1,000 paramilitary troops to Libya in service of rogue warlord Khalifa Haftar.

The New Arab

Sudan PM launches independent probe into sit-in massacre

At least 128 people were killed in the violent June dispersal of a weeks-long sit-in in the capital Khartoum.

Former Darfur Janjaweed leader faces court martial in Sudan

The New Arab

Former Darfur Janjaweed leader faces court martial in Sudan

Musa Hilal was arrested two years ago after coming into conflict with Omar al-Bashir's regime and influential paramilitary chief ...

The New Arab

Sudan Communist Party demands dissolution of brutal paramilitary forces

The Sudanese opposition party called for the dissolution of the paramilitary forces and for Sudan to withdraw from the war in Yemen.

Sudan rebels delay power-sharing negotiations over persisting disagreements

The New Arab & agencies

Sudan rebels delay power-sharing negotiations over persisting disagreements

Disagreements within the opposition movement, protest leaders and the military continue to hamper negotiations over the future of Sudan.

Sudan's military junta killed more protesters than Bashir

The New Arab

Sudan's military junta killed more protesters than Bashir

Almost 250 people have been killed since protests began to sweep Sudan last December, and the vast majority lost their lives after the overthrow ...

Sudan's military backer UAE urges dialogue to avoid violence

The New Arab

Sudan's military backer UAE urges dialogue to avoid violence

The United Arab Emirates, which backs the military junta targeting protesters in Sudan, has called for dialogue after protest leaders called for ...

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