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Thousands mourn protesters killed in Sudan raid

Jul 13, 2019 - 8:54 PM

'Blood for blood, we won't accept compensations,' chant the protesters as they march through the main streets of Port Sudan

MOURNING FOR COMRADES. Tear gas fumes rise at a mass demonstration of Sudanese protesters against the country's ruling generals in the capital Khartoum's central 'Khartoum 2' district on June 30, 2019. File photo by Ebrahim Hamid/AFP

[OPINION] Why the Filipino youth should care about Sudan

Jul 06, 2019 - 5:00 PM

'We must remember that this present unrest doesn’t only hold the Sudanese hostage; it catches our countrymen, too,' says Aleijn Rio Reintegrado

Sudan protesters insist on civilian head for new governing body

May 19, 2019 - 9:38 PM

The two sides have already agreed on several issues, including a 3-year transition period and the creation of a 300-member parliament

Sudanese protesters from the city of Kassala, sitting atop a bus, arrive to join the sit-in outside the army headquarters in the capital Khartoum on April 27, 2019. A joint committee representing Sudan's military leadership and protesters is to hold its first meeting today to discuss their demand for civilian rule, the leading protest group said. OZAN KOSE / AFP

Sudan opens 'humanitarian corridor' for famine-hit South Sudan

Mar 26, 2017 - 11:45 PM

100 000 people face starvation and another million are on the brink of famine in the world s youngest nation

DIRE CONDITIONS. A family from the Dinka community eats lunch inside a classroom of the Sobat Secondary School in Malakal, South Sudan, February 26, 2016. File photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran/AFP

Heavy fighting erupts in South Sudan capital

Jul 11, 2016 - 12:35 AM

UPDATED The clashes between former rebels and government soldiers force thousands of residents to flee

epa05418546 (FILE) A file photo dated 25 April 2016 showing a group of the 195 opposition soldiers arriving with General Simon Gatwech Dual, the chief of staff of the South Sudan rebel troops, in Juba, South Sudan. Reports on 10 July 2016 said hundreds were killed in two days of renewed fighting between supporters of President Salva Kiir and Vice-President Riek Machar. The UN Security Council condemned the fighting that erupted in Juba, the worst violence since a peace deal was signed in 2015 and forming the national unity government in April this year. EPA/PHILLIP DHIL