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Sudanese Armed Forces might collapse at hands of RSF

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In early March, the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) retook sections of Omdurman from the Rapid Support Forces (RSF). The reconquest marked one of the...

Sudan Armed Forces are on a path to self-destruction – risking...

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It is now 10 months since the outbreak of civil war in Sudan in April 2023, pitting the Sudan Armed Forces against the Rapid...

Sudanese Armed Forces using Irianian UAVs

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The Sudanese Armed Forces has begun using Iranian-made Mohajer-6 unmanned aerial vehicles in its ongoing fight against the Rapid Support Forces, raising the prospect...

UN political mission in Sudan closes doors

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Time is up for the United Nations (UN) political mission – UN Integrated Transitional Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS) – in Sudan with its...

Sudan is awash with weapons: how the two forces compare and...

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Armed conflict between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces has escalated following an outbreak of violence in April 2023. There...

What happens in Sudan won’t stay in Sudan

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In 2011, a street vendor set himself on fire in Tunisia, an act that triggered unprecedent waves of protests in the Arab World toppling...

Ramaphosa calls for a permanent ceasefire in Sudan as SA nationals...

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for those involved in the conflict in Sudan to immediately cease the violent activities. President Ramaphosa was addressing a media...

ISS: Sudan’s military rivals fight to the death over the spoils

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The explosion of violence in Sudan this week has derailed the country’s troubled post-Omar al-Bashir transition from military rule to democratic civilian government, perhaps...

Sudan created a paramilitary force to destroy government threats – but...

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Sudan is in crisis. Fighting continues between Sudan’s military leader, Abdelfattah Al-Burhan, and his deputy on Sudan’s ruling council, General Mohamed Hamdan Dagolo, who...

UN human rights chief calls for negotiations to halt fighting in...

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As opposing sides in Sudan today (Wednesday, 19 April) seemed set for a 24 hour ceasefire a heartfelt plea for them to return to...

Sudan’s Hemedti – the warlord who built a paramilitary force more...

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Dozens have been killed in armed clashes in the Sudanese capital Khartoum following months of tension between the military and the powerful paramilitary group...

Paramilitary officers sentenced to death in Sudan

A Sudanese court sentenced six officers in the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces to death for the 2019 killing of six students protesting as civilians...

Former Sudan spy revolt quelled

Armed ex-security agents linked to Sudan’s toppled ruler Omar al-Bashir fought soldiers in Khartoum for hours until government forces quelled the revolt, residents and...

Ghana ranked top in Africa for press freedom

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Ghana ranked first in Africa in 2009 and 27th across the world as the country that tolerates media freedom, according to the...

Rwanda defends suspension of two newspapers, watchdog critical

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Rwanda on Wednesday said this week's suspension of two newspapers was not politically motivated ahead of August's presidential election but a media...