Darfur

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Refugees hit hardest as deadly floods sweep across continents
Death toll rises as storms continue to rip through communities, destroying homes and livelihoods

Kaamil Ahmed

31, Jul, 2021 @4:00 PM

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The light that failed: South Sudan’s ‘new dawn’ turns to utter nightmare
Nearly 400,000 have died since it won independence 10 years ago. Now violence looms again, within and beyond its borders

Simon Tisdall

11, Jul, 2021 @5:15 AM

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Behind the Channel crossings: migrant stories of life or death in tiny inflatables
Two refugees’ efforts to reach Dover reflect persecution in Sudan and rising tensions over migrants in Europe

Zeinab Mohammed Salih, Diane Taylor and Jamie Grierson

20, Aug, 2020 @8:41 PM

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Notorious Sudanese militia chief in Darfur conflict arrested in CAR
Ali Kushayb, wanted for human rights violations and war crimes, faces trial in The Hague

Peter Beaumont

09, Jun, 2020 @5:20 PM

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Surge in deaths in North Darfur raises fears of disastrous Covid-19 outbreak
Doctors warn ill-equipped healthcare system may be unable to provide basic care for coronavirus patients

Kaamil Ahmed

29, May, 2020 @6:15 AM

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Children of Darfur: revisiting those orphaned by the conflict
Photojournalist Paddy Dowling travelled to Sudan to find out what happened to those growing up in the midst of genocide

Paddy Dowling

20, May, 2020 @6:15 AM

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Blood, sand and gold: victor’s city rises from ashes of Sudan’s civil war
The ruthless leader of country’s Arab militia has grand plans for the remote western province. But the transformation of Zurrug risks more unrest

Klaas van Dijken

29, Feb, 2020 @5:05 PM

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How water is helping to end 'the first climate change war'
A pioneering irrigation project in North Darfur is bringing people together again

Damian Carrington in North Darfur, Sudan

18, Dec, 2019 @7:00 AM

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A Line in the River by Jamal Mahjoub review – Khartoum, city of memory
The novelist rediscovers the city where he grew up in a wonderfully subtle exploration of place, identity and memory

PD Smith

14, Mar, 2019 @9:58 AM

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Handing over power may be first steps to change in Sudan
Bashir has declared state of emergency and promoted ally to head off internal party revolt

Simon Tisdall

03, Mar, 2019 @7:00 AM

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Where are George Clooney and co now that Sudan needs them? | Nesrine Malik
The people are rising up. But the western celebrities and the human rights industry that fought for this are absent, says Guardian columnist Nesrine Malik

Nesrine Malik

21, Jan, 2019 @6:00 AM

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Sri Lankan ‘war criminals’ deployed as UN peacekeepers
Confidential report says officers implicated in the abuse of Tamils were operating in Africa

Mark Townsend

21, Jul, 2018 @2:00 PM

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