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JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN, March 9 .- Fifty years after their expulsion from South Sudan, missionaries reflected on the challenges and unexpected blessings borne out of the dismissal, as well as upon the future of the country.
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Zimbabwe's involvement in Malawi's upcoming elections has raised eye-brows, with opposition parties expressing fears that the polls might be rigged in favour of President Joyce Banda.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay expressed deep concern on Tuesday that civilians in South Darfur, Sudan, have been bearing the brunt of recent attacks.
A Darfuri student of the University of Khartoum was shot dead by security forces on Tuesday.
Darfuri women participate in a peace rally on International Peace Day at the town of Al-Fashir in North Darfur September 23, 2013.
Civilians seek refuge at a compound of the UN Mission in South Sudan after fleeing fighting that broke out in December 2013.
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was turning into a mad dash on the Bering Sea ice for Nome early Tuesday, a scenario that was far from what most had expected.
Iran's deputy chief of staff of the Iranian armed forces Brig.-Gen. Massoud Jazayeri dismissed media reports on Sunday that Israel seized an Iranian ship smuggling weapons.
WAM ABU DHABI, 10th March, 2014 -- ADNOC Distribution has announced its third reduction in prices since February 2014 for the refilling of liquefied petroleum gas cylinders across its service stations in the Northern Emirates, including Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras Al-Khaimah and Umm Al Qaiwain.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the world not to be deceived by Iran's "phony smiles" as the military displayed dozens of rockets and mortars it says were seized from a ship the Iranians dispatched to Gaza Strip militants.
The UN has about 8,000 peacekeepers in South Sudan, the world's newest state where conflict broke out in December between government and rebel forces.
Hundreds of young South Sudanese men have rallied in protest of the United Nations after the discovery of weapons, including land mines, inside a U.N. truck that was marked as carrying food.
At the remote north-western end of Uganda, is a small trading centre of Salia Musala that the dwellers call their town..
The Sudanese Presidency has directed the security forces and the Sudan Armed Forces to carry out their duties, and demanded from the Ministry of Defence to return order in North Darfur.
According to a news release from the Mission, known as UNAMID, thousands of displaced civilians from the town of Saraf Omra, located some 90 kilometres east of El Geneina, are currently seeking refuge near UNAMID's base in the vicinity.
The White House appeared to double down on its policy of engagement with Iran following Wednesday's dramatic pre-dawn high seas capture of an Iranian missile cache destined for Hamas by Israeli naval commandos.