Five Sudanese security forces were killed in an ambush by an "outlawed" armed group in the restive Darfur region, police said in a statement Friday.
The deputy head of Sudan's ruling council Mohamed Hamdan Daglo on Monday criticised last year's military coup, saying it has failed to bring change and deepened the country's economic crisis.
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Sudan has detected its first monkeypox case, health authorities said Monday, after the World Health Organization last month declared the disease a public health emergency of international concern.
The Joint United Nations Programme on Human Immuno-deficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (UNAIDS), yesterday, warned that millions of lives were at risk, as a move to control the disease falters.
A protester was killed Tuesday as hundreds rallied against last year's military coup in Sudan and a recent spike in tribal violence which killed more than 100 people, medics said.
Ethnic clashes in Sudan's Blue Nile state in a deadly land dispute killed 105 people and wounded 291, the state's health minister said, providing a new toll Wednesday.
Thousands of Sudan's Hawsa people set up barricades and attacked government buildings in several cities Monday, witnesses said, after a week of deadly tribal clashes in the country's south.
Hundreds of Sudanese protesters demanding an end to military rule took to the streets of the capital Khartoum and its suburbs for a fourth straight day Sunday, witnesses said.
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas Friday at hundreds of protesters who rallied for a second day in a row in the capital against last year's military coup, witnesses said.
Two Sudanese demonstrators were killed Thursday by "bullets to the chest", pro-democracy medics reported, as thousands of anti-coup protesters took to the streets demanding an end to military rule, AFP correspondents said. "Even if we die, the military will not rule us," protesters chanted, urging the reversal of an October military coup by army chief…
Sudan has accused the army of neighbouring Ethiopia of executing seven captured Sudanese soldiers and one civilian and vowed to respond to the "cowardly" act. Tensions have risen in recent years, sparking sporadic armed clashes, over the Al-Fashaqa border strip which is close to Ethiopia's troubled Tigray region. "In an act that contravenes all laws…