Sudan rejects new US travel warning for Americans - News24

Khartoum - Sudan on Friday rejected a new US travel advisory warning Americans against visiting the country, particularly three conflict zones, due to risks of "terrorism and violent crimes". The latest advisory was issued by the State Department on ...and more »

Rebels Vow to Stop South Sudan Oil Production - Voice of America

The main rebel group in South Sudan is threatening to disrupt oil production in the country, a day after it released three foreign oil workers it kidnapped earlier in the month. An official of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM ...and more »

Abducted Indians freed in South Sudan - The Hindu

Joy of freedom: (From left) Indian nationals Midhun Ganesh, Edward Ambrose and Pakistani Ayaz Hussein Jamali at the Khartoum airport in Sudan on Friday. Special Correspondent. NEW DELHI April 01, 2017 00:38 IST. Updated: April 01, 2017 00:38 IST.and more »

South Sudanese forces blamed for torching thousands of homes - The Seattle Times

EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT. FILE – In this Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016 file photo, a man collecting bodies to bury in a mass grave approaches a burned hut containing charred corpses, on the outskirts of Yei, in southern... (AP Photo/Justin Lynch, File) More.and more »

Man-made disaster: South Sudan's people are starving, and fighters are blocking aid - Albuquerque Journal

Ganyiel has become a destination for hundreds of people fleeing violence and famine in the counties of Mayendit and Leer, which are under the control of opposition troops. There are now four hunger crises across the Middle East and Africa in what is ...and more »

Worst humanitarian crisis hits as Trump slashes foreign aid - Hamilton Spectator

Mothers tend to their children at a cholera treatment centre in Baidoa, Somalia, in March. A drought widely believed to be exacerbated by climate change is sweeping across Africa, causing a lack of clean water and triggering a cholera outbreak.and more »

Khartoum denounces US warning of no travel to Sudan - Xinhua

KHARTOUM, March 31 (Xinhua) -- Sudan government on Friday denounced a warning by the United States for its citizens not to travel to Sudan for security risks, saying the warning was not based on objective justifications. "We express rejection of this ...and more »

The Terrible Crush of Refugees from South Sudan - The Nonprofit Quarterly (registration)

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) declared that at least 60,000 South Sudanese entered Sudan since January, far exceeding earlier projections and creating the world's fastest growing refugee crisis. Sudan currently hosts more ...and more »

Abducted Pakistani engineer thanks CM Punjab after release - Geo News, Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani engineer, who was recently released by a group in South Sudan, has thanked Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif for his efforts in his freedom. In an exclusive video message to Geo News, Ayaz Jamali said, “Today I'm here ...and more »

South Sudanese forces 'torched thousands of homes' - Belfast Telegraph

Monitors of South Sudan's troubled peace agreement say government troops burned thousands of civilians' homes last year amid the country's three-year civil war. Friday's report levels some of the strongest allegations yet against security forces in the ...and more »