Ethiopia says on track to fill mega-dam as African Union pushes for deal
Ethiopia said Saturday it was on schedule to begin filling a controversial mega-dam on the Blue Nile River within weeks but vowed to try resolving its dispute with downstream
Sudan warns millions at 'risk' if Addis fills dam without deal
Sudan warned Thursday that millions of lives will be at "great risk" if Ethiopia unilaterally fills its Nile mega-dam without reaching a deal with downstream Cairo and Khartoum.
UN urges Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan to 'work together' in Nile dam dispute
The UN on Monday urged Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to "work together" to resolve differences over Addis Ababa's Nile River mega-dam which has been a long-running source of regional tension.
Sudan wants PMs to solve Nile dam deadlock
Sudan proposed on Wednesday upgrading negotiations with Egypt and Ethiopia on a Nile mega-dam to prime ministerial level in a bid to break the deadlock.
Lebanon arrests 5 Sudanese trying to cross into Israel
The Lebanese army said Saturday that it had arrested five Sudanese who tried to slip illegally into Israel...
Sudan's bloody tribal clashes threaten fragile transition
An upsurge in bloody tribal clashes in Sudan has killed at least 59 people and wounded over 100 this month, heaping more pressure on the country's fragile transitional government.
Tribal clashes in Sudan's South Darfur kill 30 people
Thirty people were killed in tribal clashes that erupted in Sudan's South Darfur province, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok's office said Wednesday in a brief statement.
Women hail victory as Sudan moves to ban genital cutting
Hakam Ibrahim was seven when, like most Sudanese girls, she became a victim of female genital mutilation -- an age-old practice decried as horrific that the post-revolution government is now banning.