Sudan, an Arab League member, had for decades maintained a rigid anti-Israel stance.
Gunmen shot dead John Granville, a 33-year-old US Agency for International Development employee, along with his 40-year-old Sudanese driver Abdel Rahman Abbas on New Year's Day 2008.
UNICEF says around 20.2 million children are under the threat of severe hunger, thirst and disease as climate crisis, conflict, global inflation and grain shortages devastate the region.
A government official says 56 people have lost their lives in four days of ethnic clashes in the eastern Jonglei state.
Authorities declared a state of emergency and imposed a nighttime curfew in Beleil to help stop the clashes.
Khartoum inks a preliminary deal with a group led by UAE's AD Ports Group and Invictus Investment to build and operate Abu Amama port and economic zone on Red Sea.
Turkish Foreign Ministry says Ankara attaches importance to establishment of peace, prosperity and stability in Sudan.
The deal pledges to establish a new, civilian-led transitional government to guide the country to elections and offers a path forward in the wake of Sudan's stalled transition to democracy following the October 2021 coup.
Protester died of wounds sustained after he was "hit in the abdomen by a bullet fired by security forces," says Central Committee of Sudan Doctors, taking total death toll from military crackdown on demonstrations to 120.
Last week's fighting between Misseriya and Rezeigat tribesmen in the restive region left at least 48 dead, a local refugee official says, and UN reports thousands of displacements after large-scale violence.
Despite being least responsible for carbon emissions, some of the countries in Africa are the hardest hit by an onslaught of weather extremes.
Shipment of Russian and Ukrainian grain is vital for many African countries, especially those facing crop failure due to weather extremes and internal conflicts.
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