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Sudan President Omar al-Bashir vows to 'liberate' South Sudan

A UN envoy, Princeton Lyman, was headed to Sudan Wednesday to press for calm between the sides as the UN Security Council discusses imposing sanctions on the countries.

Sudan air raid kills 5 civilians in South Sudan

"Five traders have been killed," state government spokesman Gideon Gatfan told AFP. "The bomb fell next to a place where cars are being sold. We also found that six people were wounded including one woman and they are now admitted to Bentiu Hospital," he said.

Food as a weapon of war in Sudan

The Sudanese army are dropping thousands of bombs on their own people, kidnapping and killing their own citizens, destroying entire villages and waging what has been described as an ethnically motivated war in which the Arab aggressors are seeking to wipe out the African tribes that live in the Nuba Mountains.  

Sudan: Food becomes a weapon of war

TESS, Sudan — An estimated 500,000 people in Sudan's South Kordofan state are at risk of starvation because President Omar al-Bashir is refusing to allow deliveries of international food aid.

George Clooney arrested at Sudanese embassy (PHOTO)

George Clooney arrest came a day after meeting with President Obama to discuss the troubled region.

Abdel Raheem Mohamed Hussein, Sudan's defense minister, wanted by ICC

Abdel Raheem Mohamed Hussein, Sudan's defense minister, has been issued an arrest warrant by the International Criminal Court.

Sudan: JEM rebels release UNAMID peacekeepers in Darfur

Darfur's Justice and Equality Movement accuses UNAMID forces of spying for Khartoum.

Hundreds of students arrested in Sudan

Police wielding batons entered the student housing early on Friday morning, beating and detaining hundreds of those who had remained in the dormitories waiting for classes to resume, one witness told Reuters.
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