ITALY RESPONDS TO SUDAN CHOLERA OUTBREAK WITH Euros 400,000 AID

ROME, — Italy has contributed 400,000 euros in emergency aid to the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) to help contain proliferation of outbreaks of bacillary diarrhoea in Sudan.

A statement from the Italian Foreign Affairs Ministry read, ”This …

SUDAN SAYS SOME AFRICAN LEADERS TO JOIN NATIONAL DIALOGUE CONFERENCE

KHARTOUM, — Sudan said on Sunday that a group of African leaders will participate in the general assembly of the national dialogue conference on Oct. 10 in Sudan’s capital Khartoum.

The leaders include the presidents of Egypt, Chad, Mauritania, and …

UN: Growing Xenophobia Undermining Protection for Refugees

GENEVA – The United Nations is warning the lives of tens of thousands of refugees fleeing war and persecution are at risk from growing xenophobia.

The most recent figures put the number of refugees and internally displaced people at more …

Sudan says Amnesty International’s report on use of chemical weapons in Darfur “fabricated”

Sudan foreign ministry on Thursday described the report of Amnesty International, which contained accusations of Sudan’s army of using chemical weapons in Darfur, as “fabricated and baseless.”

“The foreign ministry would like to express its absolute rejection of the allegations …

The United States Strongly Condemns the Assassination of Somali Journalist

The United States strongly condemns the September 27 assassination of Somali journalist Abdiaziz Mohamed Ali in Mogadishu. Mr. Ali worked for Radio Shabelle and Shabelle Media Network. The United States extends sincere condolences to Mr. Ali’s family, friends and colleagues …

South Sudan Condemns Machar’s Threats of War

South Sudan’s government has condemned statements calling for a return to armed conflict by former Vice President Riek Machar.

“It is unacceptable to the peoples of South Sudan to even contemplate, let alone be threatened with, a return to armed …

South Sudan Urges Sudan, Neighbors Not to Let Opponent Launch Rebellion

JUBA – South Sudan’s government urged Sudan and regional states on Tuesday not to let opposition leader Riek Machar launch a new rebellion, after he threatened a return to the battlefield unless demands needed to revive a peace deal were …