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UNHCR relocates victims of Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict to new site in Sudan
Nearly 600 people have been taken to Tunaydbah camp in Sudan’s Gedaref State, according to the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, after nearly two months of ongoing conflict across the border in Ethiopia, between federal Government troops and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF).
US drops Sudan from 'terror' blacklist after normalization with Israel
Washington formally withdrew Sudan from its blacklist of state sponsors of “terrorism” after the African country's military-led government agreed to normalize ties with the Israeli regime, the US Embassy in Khartoum declared.
UN says $200m needed for Ethiopian refugees in Sudan
UN officials said on Friday around $200 million is needed to provide assistance to the thousands refugees flooding into Sudan seeking shelter from fighting in Ethiopia.
Sudan joins Academy Awards race for first time in history
For the first time in history, Sudan selected the country’s first Oscars submission.
Heat and hunger: Sudan struggles to shelter 25,000 Ethiopian refugees
In a sun-baked and dusty wasteland in remote eastern Sudan, crews are laboring to rebuild a refugee camp for the 25,000 people who have fled heavy fighting in neighboring Ethiopia's Tigray region.
Nearly 25,000 Ethiopians flee to Sudan: State media
Around 25,000 Ethiopians fleeing conflict in the Tigray region have crossed into neighboring Sudan, state news agency SUNA reported, as the UN said it was working to find them shelter.
Iran: US-brokered Sudan-Israel deal secured by 'ransom'
Iran denounced a US-brokered agreement between Israel and Sudan to begin normalizing relations as a “ransom” paid by Khartoum in return for Washington taking it off a blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism.
Highest Nile waters for a century swamp Sudan
On Sudan's Tuti Island, where the Blue and White Nile meet, the highest river waters since records began have left people struggling to hold back the rising floods.
Sudan to send more troops to Darfur after deadly attacks
The Sudanese government is sending more troops to the restive Darfur region, following a spike in violence there.
Sudan to try ousted Bashir over 1989 coup
Sudan's former president Omar al-Bashir, ousted amid an uprising last year, faces trial from Tuesday over the military coup that brought him to power more than three decades ago.
Sudan finds mass grave of conscripts killed during Bashir's rule
Sudan’s public prosecutor on Monday announced the discovery of a mass grave east of Khartoum suspected to contain the remains of students killed in 1998 who tried escaping military service from a training camp.
Sudan environment activists: “El Gedaref forest risks becoming barren desert”
Sudanese environmental activists warned that the 70-year-old El Feel Forest in El Gedaref state, originally designed to counter desert encroachment, “risks being transformed into a barren desert” due to uncontrolled clearances and the transformation of the forest into agricultural lands.
Sudan agrees to compensate families of USS Cole victims: state news agency
Sudan has agreed to compensate the families of sailors killed in an al Qaeda attack on the USS Cole warship 20 years ago, state news agency SUNA said on Thursday, part of government efforts to remove the country from a list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Sudan to hand ex-president to ICC
Sudan's rulers are to hand over ex-president, Omar al-Bashir, to the International Criminal Court.

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