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Britain monitoring South Sudan peace violations

Britain is monitoring a ceasefire agreed last month between South Sudan’s warring parties and working with regional partners to identify individuals guilty of violations and take action.

Sudan detains media men

Sudanese authorities detained a Reuters stringer and an AFP reporter covering protests in Khartoum, the external information council, which deals with foreign media organisations, said.

Sudanese protesters teargassed, arrested

Sudanese police fired tear gas, hit demonstrators with batons and arrested several people at a protest against soaring living costs in Khartoum.

Teargas used on stone-throwing Sudan protesters

Police in the capital of Sudan fired tear gas to disperse stone-throwing students protesting a doubling of bread prices.

Sudan protests to UN over Egyptian hold on border territory

Sudan renewed a complaint at the United Nations demanding Egypt hand over control of the “Halayeb Triangle” border territory, the Foreign Ministry said.
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