Khartoum captures Jabal Kala al Laban and destroys a military base in the restive area, according to Sudanese military sources and local residents.
Ethiopian army kills seven Sudanese soldiers and a civilian, Sudan's military claims and warns "this treacherous act will not pass without a response."
A two-day conference in Ethiopia was aimed at exploring how China could play a more important role in the region, Beijing's special envoy says.
More than 200 people, mostly from ethnic Amhara, have been killed in Ethiopia's Oromia region in an attack being blamed on a rebel group known as Oromo Liberation Army.
In the Somali region — one of the worst affected — the malnutrition rate jumped 64 percent in the past year, according to Save the Children.
The number of displaced has increased every year over the past decade — and it is now more than double the 42.7 million people displaced in 2012.
PM Abiy Ahmed announces formation of a working group led by deputy PM that "will study how we will conduct talks" with Tigrayan rebels to end nearly two-year conflict in Africa's second-most populous nation.
The arrests have triggered international concern over "the narrowing space for freedom of expression and independent media" in the African country.
A joint report by global monitors expects last year's record high of nearly 59.1 internally displaced people to be broken this year, fuelled by conflicts and the climate crisis.
An attack by an unknown group left at least 20 Muslim worshiper dead, says a regional leader.
Up to 550 ethnic Tigrayan soldiers serving as UN peacekeepers in Abyei, a contested area on Sudan's border with South Sudan, refuse to go to Ethiopia fearing reprisals, say officials working in refugee response.
Ethiopians with military records line up outside Moscow's embassy in Addis Ababa in the hope to join the Russian army amid rumours $2,000 will be paid to each volunteer.
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