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World - Region
10/24/2022 7:07:10 PM
​Sudan's ruling military sacked a commander in the southern Blue Nile province after two days of fierce tribal clashes there last week killed at least 220 people, the army announced Monday.

World - Region
10/23/2022 2:08:12 PM
Two days of tribal fighting in Sudan's south killed at least 220 people, a senior health official said Sunday, marking one the deadliest bouts of tribal violence in recent years. The unrest added to the woes of an African nation mired in civil conflict and political chaos.

World - Region
10/22/2022 7:47:50 PM
At least 200 people were killed in two days of ethnic clashes in Sudan's southern Blue Nile state, official media said Saturday, up from an earlier toll of 150.

World - Region
10/20/2022 8:18:38 PM
Tribal clashes in Sudan's southern province of Blue Nile have killed 170 people over the past two days, two Sudanese officials said Thursday, the latest in inter-communal violence across the country's neglected south.

World - Region
10/17/2022 10:50:04 PM
The death toll from ethnic clashes sparked by "land issues" in the latest unrest in Sudan's south has climbed to 13, the United Nations said Monday, warning the situation remained "tense".

Arts & Culture - Music
9/28/2022 3:14:24 PM
Near the lush fields of his village in Sudan's southern Blue Nile state, Youssef Ismail has crafted a traditional horn-like instrument used for generations to usher in the harvest season.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
8/7/2022 4:26:45 PM
Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohammed Abdel-Ati announced on Sunday that the rainfall rates over the basins of Nile River's tributaries – the Blue Nile and Atbarah rivers – is above the average, describing it as "a promising start" to the month of August.

World - Region
7/19/2022 5:50:29 PM
Thousands of Sudan's Hausa people protested in multiple cities Tuesday, demanding justice for dozens of comrades killed in a deadly land dispute with a rival ethnic group in the country's south.

World - Region
7/18/2022 10:52:32 PM
Thousands of Sudan's Hausa people set up barricades and attacked government buildings in several cities Monday, witnesses said, after a week of deadly tribal clashes in the country's south.

World - Region
7/17/2022 8:12:27 PM
Police fired tear gas in Sudan's capital Khartoum Sunday against hundreds of pro-democracy protesters who also called attention to increasingly deadly tribal clashes in the country's south.

World - Region
7/16/2022 8:57:07 PM
Dozens of families were Saturday fleeing violence in Sudan's Blue Nile State, where ongoing clashes between two tribes have killed at least 31 people, local officials said.

World - Africa
4/4/2022 4:08:38 PM
Sudanese authorities reported Monday the sinking of a boat last week on the Blue Nile and said at least 23 women are believed to have drowned.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/22/2022 4:25:43 PM
Sudan has voiced its rejection of Ethiopia’s unilateral acts with the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), including starting operations at the mega dam, saying they represent a “fundamental breach” of Ethiopia’s international legal commitments.

Egypt - Politics
9/18/2021 8:12:27 PM
'We recognise Ethiopia's right to benefit from development sources, but this should not harm other Blue Nile basin countries,' Al-Mahdi said

World - Africa
9/6/2021 3:56:56 PM
Relations are frosty between Khartoum and Addis Ababa, with the two countries at odds over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on the Blue Nile and Ethiopian farmers' use of a fertile border region claimed by Sudan

Opinion -
8/5/2021 4:27:00 PM

Egypt - Politics
7/25/2021 5:32:16 PM
The Permanent Committee for Regulating the River Nile Revenue 'is in a permanent session' to follow up the rainfall rates over the Nile's headwaters to determine the quantities of water reaching the High Dam lake

Egypt - Politics
6/20/2021 1:53:13 PM
Sudan, along with Egypt, has been negotiating for almost a decade now with Ethiopia to reach a legally binding and comprehensive deal on the GERD’s construction, which Addis Ababa started to build on the Blue Nile in 2011

World - Africa
6/15/2021 2:27:51 PM
From the mountains of northern Tigray to the savannah of Ethiopia's south, the regions feature distinct landscapes and languages -- and their own tensions that will shape the outcome of balloting

Egypt - Politics
6/14/2021 11:05:29 AM
Egypt is also fighting for the rights of Sudan, which will be first affected by giant hydropower dam on the Blue Nile, Muddathir told MENA

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