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  • Fighting in Libyan capital escalates as militia battle for control of airport

    Fighting in Libyan capital escalates as militia battle for control of airport

    Sudan News.Net - Sunday 20th July, 2014

    TRIPOLI, Libya - Fighting between rival militant groups vying for control of Tripoli airport in the Libyan capital escalated significantly Sunday in what is being called the worst conflict in Libya ...

  • Nigeria President to Assure Chibok Parents says Aide

    Nigeria President to Assure Chibok Parents says Aide

    Sudan News.Net - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan will reassure parents and community leaders from Chibok that his administration is committed to rescuing the more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by Islamist ...

  • Seven Killed in Clashes Between Army Militants in Libyas Benghazi

    Sudan News.Net - Monday 21st July, 2014

    BENGHAZI, LIBYA - Islamist militants attacked an army base in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on Monday, triggering fierce clashes involving helicopters and jets that killed at least seven ...

  • Nearly 50 Dead in Renewed Libya Fighting

    Nearly 50 Dead in Renewed Libya Fighting

    Sudan News.Net - Sunday 20th July, 2014

    Almost 50 people are now dead in the heavy fighting for control of Tripoli International Airport after a cease-fire two days ago failed to keep the peace on Sunday. The battle between Islamist-led ...

  • S. Sudan President Kiir Accuses Ex-VP of Graft

    S. Sudan President Kiir Accuses Ex-VP of Graft

    Sudan News.Net - Sunday 20th July, 2014

    South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has accused former vice president and rebel movement leader Riek Machar of graft after investors allegedly stole money belonging to the world's newest nation. Mr. ...

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  • Dozens killed in week-long battle for Libya airport

    Sudan News.Net - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Forty-seven people have been killed, most of them civilians, and 120 others wounded in a week of fighting between two Libyan militia groups seeking to control the Tripoli International Airport, ...

  • Thousands in Morocco protest Israeli attacks on Gaza

    Sudan News.Net - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Thousands of people from all over Morocco hit the streets of capital Rabat over the weekend to stage a mass national march to express solidarity with the Palestinian people and to condemn the ...

  • UN concerned over attack by South Sudan opposition

    Sudan News.Net - Sunday 20th July, 2014

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Sunday expressed his deep concern over a major attack by South Sudan opposition forces, which further threatened a shaky peace agreement. "It undermines ongoing ...

  • Boko Haram now in control of key north-eastern Nigerian town of Damboa

    Sudan News.Net - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    Militant Islamists in Nigeria have reportedly taken control of the key town of Damboa in north-eastern part of the country. A local vigilante leader has told the BBC that the vigilante force ...

  • South Sudans rebels hold talks with Ugandan leader

    The Herald - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    A SOUTH Sudanese rebel delegation has held talks with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni in Kampala and asked him to withdraw troops from South Sudan where they were deployed to help the Juba ...

  • Seven killed in clashes in Libya’s Benghazi

    Irish Times - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    Islamist militants attacked an army base in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi yesterday, triggering fierce clashes involving helicopters and jets that killed at least seven people and wounded 40 ...

  • Emaciated children suggest looming famine in South Sudan

    Irish Times - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    A surge in the number of emaciated children arriving at a feeding centre in Leer, a muddy rebel-held town in South Sudan's oil-rich Unity State, is fuelling fears that the world's newest ...

  • South Sudan on the brink of famine as fighting rages on

    CBC News - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    A surge in the number of emaciated children arriving at a feeding centre in Leer, a muddy rebel-held town in South Sudan's oil-rich Unity State, is fuelling fears that the world's newest ...

  • Clashes in Libya’s Benghazi kill 16 injure 81

    Infowars Ireland - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    Fighting broke out on Monday, when militants attacked an army base and clashed with government troops and forces loyal to retired General Khalifa Haftar. Haftar launched a military offensive in the ...

  • Australia grants permanent protection visa to teenager who fled Ethiopia

    The Guardian - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    The immigration minister has issued a permanent protection visa to an unaccompanied minor who fled Ethiopia and arrived in Australia by boat, in a major backflip that could have ramifications for ...

  • Cameroon Villagers Live in Terror of Nigerias Boko Haram

    NDTV - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    Yaounde: In the villages that line the border with Nigeria, even those charged with protecting Cameroonians from Boko Haram fighters fear the fall of darkness."When night falls, we tremble. We ...

  • Sudan no new churches allowed

    Catholic Culture - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    The government of Sudan will not permit the construction of new Christian churches, the Fides news service reports. Government minister Shalil Abdallah told el Jareeda daily that the number of ...

  • Tunisia Foreign Minister Holds Phone Call With Egyptian Counterpart

    All Africa - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    Tunis - Minister of Foreign Affairs Mongi Hamdi received, Sunday, a phone call from his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Chokri, according to a press release of the department issued Monday. The Egyptian ...

  • Tunisia Tunisia Promotes Peace Through Song

    All Africa - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    Tunis - Tunisia's popular Hammamet International Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary this year by promoting peace, religious tolerance and unity. "We're here to sing for life ...

  • Ethiopia Ethiopias Loan Reimbursement Capacity Is Growing

    All Africa - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    The World Bank Country Director for Ethiopia, Mr. Guang Z. Chen says the reimbursement capacity of Ethiopia is continuing to improve. The Debt Sustainability Analysis of the World Bank has indicated ...

  • Ethiopia Latest Dreamliner of Ethiopian Named Taj Mahal

    All Africa - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    Ethiopian Airlines has named its eighth 787 Dreamliner after the Taj Mahal, India's most famous monument. It is the first time that the airline has named an aircraft of its Dreamliner fleet ...

  • Ghana Ghana Workers Protest State of Economy

    All Africa - Tuesday 22nd July, 2014

    Accra - MORE than 500 members of the Tema regional office of the Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU) have staged a protest over the rising cost of living in Ghana. They said the ...

  • Rival militias clashes in Libya kill 47

    The Statesman - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Associated Press Cairo, 21 July Clashes between rival Libyan militias fighting for control of the international airport in the capital, Tripoli, have killed 47 people over the last week, ...

  • Nigeria 27 Killed in Latest Boko Haram Terrorist Attack

    New American - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Open Doors has reported that at least 27 individuals were killed over the past week when the Boko Haram Islamist terrorist group attacked and burned at least three Christian churches in the ...

  • Commonwealth Games Swimming Medal Predictions Is Chad Le Clos Unstoppable In 100 Fly

    Swimming World - Monday 21st July, 2014

    Each day through July 23, Swimming World's Jeff Commings and David Rieder will offer medal predictions in the 19 swimming events on tap at the Commonwealth Games, which begins July 24 in ...

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