Conflict is worsening global starvation, the United Nations said on Tuesday, as it called for greater peace building efforts to end hunger for almost 500 million people living in war zones.
In the world’s eight hungriest countries, at least one … » Read more
In the latest tit for tat between NATO allies Turkey and the United States, the Turkish Foreign Ministry has issued a travel advisory urging the country’s citizens to reconsider visiting the U.S., citing security concerns.
“We observe an increasing number … » Read more
CAIRO Egypt’s president and his Eritrean counterpart met in Cairo on Monday amid heightened tensions with Sudan and Ethiopia over border disputes and the construction of a massive upstream Nile dam.
Egypt fears the soon-to-be completed dam in Ethiopia could … » Read more
A South Sudanese Anglican bishop said the government of South Sudan is not serious about apprehending soldiers who rape women and girls in the country.
The Archbishop of the Internal Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan, Reverend Paul … » Read more
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has directed that action be taken to curb price hikes in the country and to improve living conditions and provide basic needs for the people.
The president stressed when he received his assistant, General Abdul Rahaman … » Read more
Several people are reported dead after fighting between government and rebel forces in South Sudan’s Yei River state, in the latest violations of a two-week-old cease-fire agreement.
Earlier this week, the Troika countries of the United States, the United Kingdom … » Read more
Periodic forum upon the invitation of Sudan Embassy in Beirut upon the 62nd Sudan independence anniversary, at UNESCO center, Verdun.
19:00 Mass service in celebration of epiphany and the advent of the new year, under the auspices of Lebanese Forces … » Read more