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Amid Brahimi’s worry, more Syrians flee the conflict-torn country
12 Activists enter a 48-hour hunger strike, in response to their detention condition
In an attempt to enhance foreign ties, Morsy is set to visit Iran, China and the US
Fateh 101 upgraded missile, five new military hardware unveiled by Iran
Russia, Iran and Iraq may support the Syrian economy, despite of the revolution and international sanctions
US could act outside of the UN, should Syria use chemical weapons
Two week after coup, Dioncounda Traore announced Mali’s interim president
Report attributes widespread rape to gov’t forces, and crimes to rebels
Brahimi will fill the post previously occupied by former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
Khartoum (AFP) – Sudan and South Sudan have no choice but to work together in order to avoid “suicide”, former prime minister Sadiq al-Mahdi said on Tuesday. “It is a win-win formula or a lose-lose formula,” Mahdi, who leads a major opposition party, Umma, told a gathering organised by the South Sudanese embassy. Sudan and …
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs sent the Daily News Egypt a completed situation report on the recent earthquakes in northern Iran. The report raises the death toll to 306 and the injured to 2,600. It also adds that 50,000 Iranians are now living in tents as a result of the …
Many countries have extended sympathies to the victims of the twin quakes
UN agencies are already providing relief efforts but Sudan has not asked for foreign assistance yet
Iran to host a meeting to discuss the Syrian situation
The censorship that dominated during Burma’s long history of military rule still controls the media
Towards the end of July resistance grew violent as farmers took up arms to fight a government decision to crack down on cannabis farming
Countries to vote against the UN General Assembly resolution include some of the most isolated states in the body’s membership
Sudan and South Sudan have hammered out a deal on how to share their oil wealth
As the United Nations’ deadline for peace talks between Sudan and South Sudan looms ever nearer, Sudan has been plagued by the largest anti-government demonstration the country has seen since austerity measures were implemented in June. The protest raged on Tuesday as over 1,000 people, mostly students, took to the streets in Darfur in …
Al Bashir turns down an invitation to meet the South Sudanese president
The violence stems from ethnic clashes between Buddhists and Muslims which have, according to the UNHCR, led to the displacement of roughly 80,000 people
An exodus of historic proportions is underway as besieged citizens abandon Syria’s second city for safety
Despite Sudans rejection of the South Sudan proposal, the UN and AU remain committed to resolving the crisis
Palestine seeking to upgrade UN status at the General Assembly despite warnings
Iranian authorities arrest suspects for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.
Tensions mount in Sudan, despite the ongoing peace process.
Dueling draft resolutions on Syria pit Security Council members against each other
Sayda brought with him a set of detailed proposals outlining solutions for the Syrian crisis.
The Syrian uprising has left more than 10,000 people dead, according to UN estimates
The UN suspends its mission to Syria, as the Security Council calls for an emergency meeting.