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Turkish ship with over 2,400 tons of humanitarian aid reaches Sudan

Anadolu Agency 22 Jul 2024
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said as the situation continues to deteriorate across Sudan, women, children, and entire families are being forced to flee, leaving everything behind.
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Roundup: Sudan braces for dangerous flooding amid escalating civil war, humanitarian crisis

Xinhua 22 Jul 2024
KHARTOUM, July 22 (Xinhua) -- As Sudan enters its rainy season, concerns are mounting that heavy downpours and subsequent floods could exacerbate the ongoing humanitarian crisis triggered by the armed conflict.
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Sudan army denies rejecting Iran offer for Red Sea naval presence

Middle East Monitor 19 Jul 2024
SUNA quoted a statement by the Sudanese Armed Forces spokesman’s office which described the reports as “incorrect”. Earlier, the Sudan Tribune newspaper reported, ...
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Inside Sudan, devastating warfare forces desperate choices

Stars and Stripes 19 Jul 2024
OMDURMAN, Sudan - Every day, fighting between the military and a powerful paramilitary group confronts Sudanese with agonizing choices ... The headquarters of the Sudan Broadcasting Corp ... Some of its offices were converted to makeshift prison cells.
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Sudan: International Rescue Committee (IRC) scales up response to meet increasing humanitarian needs as over ...

Capital Ethiopia 17 Jul 2024
We have established offices in new regions, including Port Sudan, and are in the process of launching an emergency response in River Nile state to deliver cash assistance, safe water, and sanitation and hygiene services to vulnerable communities.
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Sudan continues to face worst hunger, displacement crisis as civil war lasts for 15 months

Anadolu Agency 13 Jul 2024
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said as the situation continues to deteriorate across Sudan, women, children, and entire families are being forced to flee, leaving everything behind.
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Sudan's warring parties in 2nd day of UN-mediated cease-fire talks

Voa News 12 Jul 2024
“The humanitarian situation in Sudan is deteriorating by the day ... Latest reports find it has displaced 12.7 million people — 10.5 million still living inside Sudan and 2.2 million who have become refugees in five neighboring countries.
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Communique adopted at the Sudan Women’s Dialogue

Capital Ethiopia 11 Jul 2024
... Sudan Women’s Peace Dialogue, convened by the African Union Commission through the Office of the Special Envoy on Women, Peace and Security, under the leadership of the AU High Level Panel on Sudan,.
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UN envoy for Sudan hosts talks on issues of aid, protection of civilians in war-torn country

Beaumont Enterprise 11 Jul 2024
office in Geneva said these ... Sudan’s devastating 14-month war has killed more than 14,000 people and wounded 33,000, according to U.N.
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Head of UN migration agency says it reaps funds, but worries about politics loom over ...

Times Union 11 Jul 2024
GENEVA (AP) — The head of the U.N ... Sister U.N. organizations like the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs have lamented a shortfall in funds for crises like the war in Sudan — even if some rich countries have led efforts to improve it.
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Head of UN migration agency says it reaps funds, but worries about politics loom over aid groups

Ekathimerini 11 Jul 2024
... UN groups like the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs have lamented a shortfall in funds for crises like the war in Sudan – even if some rich countries have led efforts to improve it.
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Sudan's Burhan hosts Ethiopia's Ahmed in high-level state visit

The New Arab 09 Jul 2024
Sudan's de facto leader Abdel Fattah ... According to the Ethiopian premier's office, Tuesday's meeting comes in the context of Ahmed's "commitment to finding sustainable solutions for Sudan's stability".
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AZ Briefing: Education Dept. issues warning for UA school; When is disclosure affidavit needed in home sale? Missing woman's remains found

Azcentral 09 Jul 2024
Good morning, Arizona ... The U.S ... Gov. Katie Hobbs and two U.S ... Here's what we know ... The British show “The Office” debuted on the BBC.In 2011. Voters overwhelmingly chose independence and declared South Sudan a separate sovereign state from Sudan.In 2020.
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Africa: Communique Adopted at the Sudan Women's Dialogue

All Africa 08 Jul 2024
WE, the women of Sudan from women's organisation, civil society, the ...
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At least 25 drown while fleeing clashes in central Sudan

China.dot.org 05 Jul 2024
At least 25 people drowned while fleeing the ongoing military clashes in the Sinnar State in central Sudan after their wooden boat capsized, local resistance committees announced on Thursday.

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