Saudi and Sudanese army arrives in Aden amid tensions in Yemen

Saudi and Sudanese army arrives in Aden amid tensions in Yemen

Cairo/Aden: Since the last few days, Houthi rebels have been launching dreadful attacks on the border regions of Saudi Arabia. However, Saudi and Arab allies have killed 11 Houthi rebels in a retaliatory strike. Also, a new conflict between Saudi and Houthi rebels has ignited to assert control over the strategically important ‘Aden’ located in […]

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118 killed in violent military action on protestors in Sudan; Military Council admits releasing orders for action

118 killed in violent military action on protestors in Sudan; Military Council admits releasing orders for action

Khartoum: The number of people that died in the demonstrations in Sudan against the authoritarian military council, has gone past 118. A doctors’ group affiliated to the agitation revealed the shocking information. While the violent actions of the military against the protests were exposed, the Military Council accepted that military orders were issued for the […]

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100 killed after military forces in Sudan opened fire, protest against the military rule escalated

100 killed after military forces in Sudan opened fire, protest against the military rule escalated

Khartoum: There are indications that instability in Sudan continues, even after the ousting of the former dictator, Omar Bashir. A non-cooperation protest has been initiated in Sudan, against the Military Council that replaced Bashir stalling the day-to-day activities in many parts of the country, including the capital Khartoum. The military seems to be on an […]

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40 killed in anti-government demonstrations rocking President Omar Bashir in Sudan

40 killed in anti-government demonstrations rocking President Omar Bashir in Sudan

Khartoum: Strong anti-government protests are being held in the oil-rich country of Sudan in Eastern Africa and 40 people have been reported killed during the protests. This agitation which had begun to protest the increasing prices of bread and fuel has started rocking the Omar Bashir regime in Sudan. The local sources claimed that Saudi […]

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Violence in South Sudan despite UN appeal; more than 300 dead incl 2 Chinese peacekeepers

Violence in South Sudan despite UN appeal; more than 300 dead incl 2 Chinese peacekeepers

Juba: Renewed violence breaks out in South Sudan, the country that received recognition as an independent country a mere five years ago. The terrible violence that erupted before South Sudan could celebrate its fifth independence day on 9th July, has claimed more than 300 lives. The dead include 2 Chinese peacekeepers. Clashes originally broke out […]

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