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  1. South Sudan wildlife surviving civil war, but poaching and trafficking threats increase

    Eurekalert.org - Biology 05.24 / 20:54 eurekalert.org
    (Wildlife Conservation Society) The first aerial assessment of the impact of South Sudan's current civil war on the country's wildlife and other natural resources shows that significant wildlife populations have so far survived, but poaching and commercial wildlife trafficking are increasing, as well as illegal mining, timber harvesting and charcoal production, the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) said in a report issued…
  2. South Sudan: Juba Partially Closes Border in Ebola Scare

    Allafrica.com -Health 05.24 / 19:33 allafrica.com
    [VOA] State authorities in South Sudan closed part of their border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo last week in an effort to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola outbreak, declared by the World Health Organization in a remote, northern part of the DRC two weeks…
  3. Egypt's Sisi rejects Bashir accusations, says not conspiring against Sudan

    Thestar.com.my - World 05.24 / 17:47 thestar.com.my
    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi rejected on Wednesday his Sudanese counterpart's accusation that Cairo backs rebels aiming to topple the government in Khartoum, saying Egypt does not conspire against…
  4. Egypt denies Sudan claims of providing vehicles to rebels

    Thegardenisland.com - Garden Island 05.24 / 17:02 thegardenisland.com
    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi denied allegations Wednesday by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir that Egyptian armored vehicles were used by rebels in recent attacks in the D…
  5. Egypt denies Sudan claims of providing vehicles to rebels

    SFgate.com-World 05.24 / 16:31 sfgate.com
    Bashir had said in a televised speech at the Sudanese Defense Ministry on Tuesday that Sudanese forces that repelled two attacks on Saturday in the Darfur region and confiscated Egyptian armored vehicles. Bashir lamented Egypt's alleged role in the attack, adding that it has not supported the Sudanese government's long-standing battle with rebels "even with one…
  6. Egypt denies Sudan claims of providing vehicles to rebels

    Media.wben.com - Buffalo 05.24 / 16:26 media.wben.com
    CAIRO (AP) -- Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi denied allegations Wednesday by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir that Egyptian armored vehicles were used by rebels in recent attacks in the Darfur…
  7. Egypt denies Sudan claims of providing vehicles to rebels

    Billingsgazette.com - World 05.24 / 15:46 billingsgazette.com
    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt has denied the announcement by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir that Egyptian armored vehicles were used by rebels in recent attacks in the Darfur r…
  8. Egypt denies Sudan claims of providing vehicles to rebels

    Federalnewsradio.com - World 05.24 / 14:57 federalnewsradio.com
    Egypt has denied the announcement by Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir that Egyptian armored vehicles were used by rebels in recent attacks in the Darfur region The post Egypt denies Sudan claims of providing vehicles to rebels appeared first on…
  9. AFRICA/SOUTH SUDAN - Kiir declares ceasefire and starts a national dialogue but his main opponent is excluded

    Fides.org - World 05.24 / 12:15 fides.org
    Juba - "Riek Machar is our leader and commander in chief, we will not send any delegates to Juba without his order", said Paul Gabriel, spokesman of the Sudan's People's Liberation Movement Opposition , in response to the announcement made on May 22 by the President of South Sudan, Salve Kiir, of the establishment of the ceasefire and the launch of a dialogue with all the rebel forces, but on condition that the SPLM-IO does not send Machar to negotiate. Machar is former Vice President of…
  10. Sudan Accuses Egypt of Backing Rebels Ahead of Foreign Minister's Trip

    Ethiogrio.com - TV&Movies 05.24 / 12:14 ethiogrio.com
    Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir accused Egypt on Tuesday of supporting rebels at war with Khartoum, a week ahead of a visit to Cairo by…
  11. AFRICA/SUDAN - Cholera emergency in the capital of northern Kordofan

    Fides.org - World 05.24 / 10:19 fides.org
    El Obeid - Cholera cases were reported for the first time in El Obeid, capital of the state of northern Kordofan. So far 68 people have been hospitalized. According to local medical sources, the first infections date back two days ago in Karima and El Wehda districts. The disease has spread in epidemic proportions in the state of White Nile. In Kosti, seven people died only a few days ago; Eye Hospital has been transformed into an isolation center for the reception of a growing number of…
  12. South Sudan State Partially Closes Border in Ebola Scare

    Newdelhitimes.com - Health 05.24 / 07:25 newdelhitimes.com
    State authorities in South Sudan closed part of their border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo last week in an effort to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola outbreak, declared by the World Health Organization in a remote, northern part of the DRC two weeks ago. The WHO has confirmed that four people…
  13. Sudan’s president accuses Egypt of supporting rebels

    Presstv.com - Media 05.24 / 06:30 presstv.com
    Sudanese President Bashir accuses Egypt of backing anti-Khartoum rebels ahead of a visit to Cairo by his foreign minister aimed at easing bilateral…
  14. Why I Became a Rebel Soldier in South Sudan

    Ozy.com - Lifestyle 05.24 / 05:13 ozy.com
    "People are not wishing it, but I think a genocide is coming. What happened in Rwanda was just a…
  15. Sudan: Pregnancy and War - Women At Risk in the Nuba Mountains

    Allafrica.com -Health 05.24 / 04:56 allafrica.com
    [Nuba Reports] During one of the worst aerial bomb attacks against the rebel-controlled areas in the Nuba Mountains, Awatif Ali Mohammed was very pregnant. Sudan government warplanes had bombed over 750 civilian targets in late 2014 and Awatif had miraculously given birth while evading the shrapnel and mayhem around…
  16. Oil workers seen as target in new phase of South Sudan's war

    Worldoil.com - East Africa 05.23 / 23:38 worldoil.com
    Crude oil brings in the cash to keep South Sudan’s army fighting. That may have made oil workers a target for rebels waging the African nation’s three-year civil war…
  17. What Role for Japan in Africa’s Security After Withdrawal from South Sudan?

    Thediplomat.com - Tokyo 05.23 / 19:31 thediplomat.com
    There still is a big gap between the discourse and the reality of what Japan wants—and what it can achieve in A…
  18. Sudan president accuses Egypt of aiding Darfur insurgency

    Middleeasteye.net - Middle Easte 05.23 / 16:03 middleeasteye.net
    Language Undefined Omar al-Bashir says Egyptian armoured vehicles have been seized in southern region, days before his top diplomat flies to…