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  • July 19, 2024

Sports:Moroccan rider makes history as first Arab woman to compete in Eventing

Twenty-nine-year old equestrian, Noor Slaoui, is gearing up for the Olympic Games which get underway in Paris next Friday. She is about to become the first Moroccan female rider ever to …

UK pledges £84m to Africa, Mideast in bid to stop illegal migration

The newly elected British Prime Minister seeks to reset the UK’s approach to illegal migration. Keir Starmer announced Thursday £84m (or about USD 108m) in funding to tackle illegal migration. He …

Kenya Court suspends police ban on protests in Nairobi

A Kenyan court on Thursday (Jul. 18) halted a police ban on protests in the capital. The Milimani law courts ruled the ban remains suspended pending the hearing and determination of …

Airstrikes kill over 40 in Khartoum’s market as fighting intensifies in Sudan

Air strikes on Sunday (Sep. 10) on an open market south of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, killed at least 46 people, activists and a medical group said. Over 50 others were wounded …

Sudan’s military chief freezes bank accounts of rival paramilitary group amid truce attempts

Sudan’s military chief has ordered the freezing of all bank accounts belonging to a rival paramilitary force. The two sides have battled for weeks across Sudan, pushing the troubled country to …

At least 16 people die in bus crash at Omdurman in Sudan

A passenger bus slammed into a parked truck on a highway in the Sudanese city of Omdurman early on Tuesday, killing at least 16 people, police said. The bus swerved off …

Egyptians demand the British Museum return the Rosetta Stone

A priceless black granite slab. The Rosetta stone, a multi-translated inscription brought the seminal breakthrough in deciphering ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Over 2 centuries after forces of the British Empire brought it …

Thousands march across Sudan on 1st anniversary of military coup

Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Sudan’s capital Tuesday (Oct 25). They marked the first anniversary of a military coup that upended the nation’s short-lived transition to democracy. Videos …

Shocking:Not less than 150 dead in renewed tribal war in Sudan

At least 150 people, including women and children, were killed Wednesday and Thursday in fresh tribal clashes in Blue Nile, southern Sudan, which has already been plagued by clashes over land …

11 wounded in crackdown on anti-coup sit-in – Sudan’s doctors

Sudanese security forces descended on an anti-coup sit-in to try and disperse protesters in the capital, Khartoum, wounding at least 11 people, a medical group said Tuesday. The crackdown came shortly …

One dead in new protests against military rule in Sudan

A demonstrator was killed Thursday in a crackdown on ongoing protests in Sudan nearly eight months after a military coup upended the transition to civilian rule, doctors said. The pro-democracy doctors’ …

Sudan women’s activist wins human rights award

Sudanese women’s activist Amira Osman Hamed has won a Front Line Defenders Award for Human Rights Defenders at Risk, the organisation announced Friday. Ms Hamed, an engineer in her 40s, who …

Sudanese protester killed by security forces

A protestor has been killed by Sudanese security forces during a rally against the military government in Khartoum on Thursday, medics said. According to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors, the …