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5 hrs ago | Free Republic
December 12, 2013 ... The Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement top leadership has asserted that there is no crisis in the party and dismissed the party rebels as 'disgruntled elements'.
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12 hrs ago | The Daily Star
COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Norway and Denmark are providing one cargo ship and one warship each to pick up Syria's most dangerous chemical weapons, officials said Thursday.
17 hrs ago | Emirates News Agency
WAM AJMAN, 12th December, 2013 -- Based on the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the U.A.E. and the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for tax purposes; the Ministry of Finance organised the "Sixth Assessor Training Seminar".
People walk with their belongings in the area around Sinujiif as they evacuate on November 14, 2013 after a ferocious storm and days of heavy floods in Somalia's northeastern Puntland region.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe received a thunderous applause from thousands of people who thronged the FNB Stadium in Soweto to bid farewell to former SA leader Nelson Mandela.
In this Monday, May 13, 2013 file photo released by the United Nations African Union Mission in Darfur , Sick women and children wait to be treated at a hospital in El Sereif village, North Darfur, Sudan.
In this photo Monday, May 13, 2013 file photo released by the United Nations African Union Mission in Darfur , a woman suffering from malaria rests on a bed at a hospital in El Sereif village, North Darfur, Sudan.
There is a danger that the Islamic finance and banking industry could just muddle along, only doing business with itself and neglecting the rest of the financial market.
People disembark from an airplane from Israel upon arrival at the airport in Juba, on June 18, 2012.
JUBA, South Sudan , December 9, 2013 - A Christian has been jailed in Khartoum, Sudan for declining to leave the country after authorities revoked his Sudanese citizenship, sources said.
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir's appointment of an old military ally as his deputy may shield one of Africa's longest-serving rulers from risks at home and abroad.
A picture dated June 29, 2011 shows soldiers of Sudan People's Liberation Movement's northern arm driving through the Nuba mountains of South Kordofan.
New DigitalGlobe satellite imagery and analysis confirms the latest campaign of large-scale aerial bombardments and ground attacks in South Kordofan, Sudan.
Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir's appointment as vice president of a former military officer who helped him seize power a quarter-century ago strengthens the country's army against Islamists who may threaten his rule, according to Magdi El Gizouli at the Rift Valley Institute.