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The United Nations has summoned the governments of Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Qatar, as well as the European Union and the African Union, calling for increased support for humanitarian action as Sudan’s neighbours face a constant influx of refugees and returnees, noting that 700,000 children are at risk of death. According to the United Nations…
Flames gripped the Sudanese capital Sunday and paramilitary forces attacked the army headquarters for the second day in a row, witnesses reported, as fighting raged into its six month. "Clashes are now happening around the army headquarters with various types of weapons," witnesses told AFP Sunday from Khartoum, while others reported fighting in the city…
The United Nations on Wednesday said nearly three months of war in Sudan have uprooted more than three million people, and called for the warring sides to face "accountability"
A federal lawmaker representing Kano Municipal at the House of Representatives, Hon. Sha'aban Ibrahim Sharada, has unveiled a reintegration program for Kano students evacuated from Sudan as a result of the ongoing crisis.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board(JAMB)has rolled out modalities for the absorption of returnee students from war-torn countries into Nigerian universities.
International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has launched a response plan, appealing for $209 million to provide vital humanitarian assistance to people affected by the outbreak of violence in Sudan.
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has launched a response plan appealing for $209 million to provide vital humanitarian assistance to the people affected by the crisis and outbreak of violence in Sudan.
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has facilitated the return of 13 Nigerian students that fled from the war in Sudan into Saudi Arabia to be back home.
Federal government yesterday said it has accomplished its mission to evacuate all Nigerian students and others stranded in the conflict in Sudan, formally closing down the situation room set up to handle the emergency.
The Embassy of Nigeria in Cairo, Egypt is to facilitate the transfer of Nigerian students from Sudanese universities to Egyptian universities.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan on Sunday condemned in strong terms the attack on worshipers by the rebel Rapid Support Forces (RSF), saying it grossly violated human rights and international law.
Two weeks since the airlifting of students and other Nigerian community members from crisis ridden Sudan by the federal government began, the last batch of students to arrive the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport at the weekend said they passed through a very traumatic experience.