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Leonardo providing air traffic control systems to Africa

Leonardo has recently signed two contracts to provide air traffic control (ATC) systems for Somalia and Sudan.

Swiss woman abducted in Darfur released

Sudanese authorities freed a Swiss humanitarian worker abducted in Darfur last month, deputy governor of North Darfur, Mohamed Barima, told Reuters.

Direct flights between Sudan and Uganda

Sudanese carrier Tarco Air is to start direct flights between Khartoum and Uganda’s Entebbe International Airport as the countries move on warming relations and boosting trade.

Troops moved from Malong home

South Sudan has withdrawn troops and armoured vehicles surrounding the former army chief’s house, a military spokesman said, ending a standoff that raised fears of clashes in the war-torn country’s capital.

Food used as weapon of war in South Sudan

South Sudan President Salva Kiir’s government is using food as a weapon of war to target civilians by blocking life-saving aid in some areas, United Nations sanctions monitors told the Security Council in a confidential report.
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