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A timeline of the decades-long Darfur conflict as the UN and AU's long-running peacekeeping mission came to an end.

The powerful Sudanese Rapid Support Forces paramilitary group has referred its own intelligence chief and other personnel for investigation over the killing of political activist Bahaa Eddine Nouri.

Sudan protester killed as police clear streets: medics

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Sudan protester killed as police clear streets: medics

At least 14 protesters were also wounded and more suffered breathing difficulties as a result of the 'extreme violence,' medics said.

Highest Nile waters for a century swamp Sudan

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Highest Nile waters for a century swamp Sudan

Seasonal floods have killed 94 people, injured 46 and destroyed or damaged over 60,000 homes across Sudan during the current season

Gold looters destroy 2000-year-old Sudan archaeological site

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Gold looters destroy 2000-year-old Sudan archaeological site

The pillagers used heavy equipment, including mechanical diggers, to search for gold in the Bayouda Desert.

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Dozens arrested in Sudan protests marking power-sharing anniversary

Protesters were met with tear gas and rubber bullets as they marched to address their demands to the prime minister.

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Sudan finds bodies of 1990 coup plotters in grave

It is the second mass grave discovered since former president Omar al-Bashir was overthrown last year.

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Dozens protest against Sudan religious reforms

Protesters took the streets of Khartoum after Muslim prayers Friday, carrying banners which read "No to secularism"

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Sudan police fire tear gas at protesters in Khartoum

Protests in Sudanese cities went ahead as planned, with security forces deployed in force, despite a tight curfew since April.

NGO to open 'educational city' for orphans in Sudan

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NGO to open 'educational city' for orphans in Sudan

Taiba Education City, spread over 9000 square metres, includes a primary and secondary school complete with sports facilities and on-site ...

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The Middle East at war with coronavirus: Top stories

Jordan is trialling electronic bracelets to monitor Covid-19 and rights groups condemned Egypt over detention of medics criticising the ...

Sudan extends coronavirus lockdown in Khartoum state

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Sudan extends coronavirus lockdown in Khartoum state

The coronavirus curfew, which operates from 3pm to 6am, has been extended a number of times.

Sudanese raped in sit-in massacre wait for justice

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Sudanese raped in sit-in massacre wait for justice

Dozens of women who were raped during the brutal dispersal of a Khartoum sit-in camp one year ago are forced to wrestle with their trauma alone.

Sudan says three jailed Bashir aides have virus

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Sudan says three jailed Bashir aides have virus

Three former senior aides to ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir have caught the novel coronavirus in prison.

Sudan to establish police force to protect health workers

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Sudan to establish police force to protect health workers

Sudan has vowed to protect its healthcare workers amid the Covid-19 pandemic through the creation of a police force.

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Sudan soldier kills two on 'speeding rickshaw'

Two people were killed after allegedly speeding past a military checkpoint during a strict round-the-clock curfew in the capital Khartoum.

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Sudan extends Khartoum curfew to slow Covid-19

Sudan has extended its curfew in Khartoum to slow down the spread of coronavirus

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The Middle East at war with coronavirus

In today's roundup: Iran warns of rising coronavirus infections in the southwest, Kuwait imposes 20-day 'total curfew' and Sudan extends a ...

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Sudan police 'fire teargas at Bashir supporters'

Sudanese police are targeting supporters of ousted president Omar al-Bashir with teargas

Sudan police fire teargas at Bashir supporters

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Sudan police fire teargas at Bashir supporters

The protesters rallied in defiance of a ban on large gatherings to stem the coronavirus outbreak.

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Pandemic will push Sudan deeper into recession: IMF

Unemployment and inflation are set to rise due to the coronavirus pandemic, punishing already struggling Sudanese workers.

Sudan announces tight curfew to slow coronavirus spread

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Sudan announces tight curfew to slow coronavirus spread

A three-week curfew will begin in Khartoum state on Saturday, following its biggest daily jump in Covid-19 cases.

Sudan raises bread prices one year after Bashir's fall

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Sudan raises bread prices one year after Bashir's fall

In mid-December 2018, the price of bread had been hiked in Sudan, triggering mass protests that toppled the former Bashir regime.

Hand-washing facilities built in Khartoum to help curb coronarivus

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Hand-washing facilities built in Khartoum to help curb coronarivus

Twenty hand-washing facilities have been built in Sudan's capital to help homeless population with Covid-19 pandemic.

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