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Addressing Hunger in War-Torn Sudan

Imagine a nation with a vibrant cultural heritage, where fertile lands once yielded bountiful harvests. Now picture the same land ravaged by conflict, its people facing a relentless foe –.

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Security and Economy: How helpful is the US in Sudan?

For decades, Sudan was viewed by the United States with suspicion and even hostility. Listed as a state sponsor of terrorism, Sudan’s internal conflicts and human rights violations kept it.

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The Role of the US in getting Aids to Sudan

The United States plays a critical role in providing aid to Sudan, which has faced various humanitarian crises over the years, including conflict, displacement, and natural disasters. The aid provided.

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Stronger Response to Sudan’s Dire Humanitarian Crisis

Sudan, plagued by the relentless power struggle between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), has spiraled into a dire humanitarian catastrophe since the eruption of.

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Ethiopia Earns Over $13m Electricity Export to Sudan, Djibouti

Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) has earned more than $13 million from exporting electricity to neighbouring Sudan and Djibouti within t two months. The head of the sales and customer management.

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Sudan: Trial Ebola Strain Vaccine Begins In weeks – WHO

World Health Organization, WHO chief, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said on Wednesday a clinical trial of a vaccine to combat the Sudan strain of Ebola could start within weeks in Uganda..

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Sudanese Health Officials Express Concern Over Unidentified Bodies

Sudanese medical officials have warned that more than 1,500 unidentified bodies piled up in several morgues of the country could lead to an outbreak of disease, amid accusations that the.

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Africa’s IGAD Bloc Seeks Support to Feed Millions Amid Severe Drought

Members of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development, a regional bloc that includes Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda, met Tuesday in Nairobi to discuss humanitarian, political,.

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African Union Urges Restraint after Ethiopia-Sudan Border Clashes

The African Union called for restraint Wednesday after clashes between Ethiopia and Sudan in a disputed border area. The tensions broke out after Sudan accused Ethiopia of executing seven of.

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Lukashenko meets with Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir at Palace of Independence

The official talks of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko and Sudan President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir are taking place at the Palace of Independence, BelTA informs. The meeting of the heads.

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