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The Madness by Fergal Keane and Breaking: Trauma in the Newsroom: reporters’ war stories

The Irish Times 12 Nov 2022
Brian Rowan on two books that provide valuable, if disturbing, insight into news coverage ... File photograph. Liam McBurney/The Irish Times Brian Rowan. Sat Nov 12 2022 - 05.00. The Madness ... Author. Fergal Keane ... Seeing him on television ... Reports from Belfast, South Africa, Sudan, Somalia, Rwanda, Iraq, Ukraine and from the numerous other hells on earth ... .
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Russia, Turkey to send free grain to countries in need

The New Arab 04 Nov 2022
Russia and Turkey have reached an agreement to deliver grain free of charge to countries in need including Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday ... Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan. We have agreed," Erdogan said in a televised address.
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Russia, Turkiye to send free grain to needy countries: Erdogan

Arab News 04 Nov 2022
Russia and Turkiye have reached an agreement to deliver grain free of charge to countries in need including Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday ... Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan. We have agreed," Erdogan said in a televised address.
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Russia, Turkey to send free grain to needy countries: Erdogan

Khaleejtimes 04 Nov 2022
Russia and Turkey have reached an agreement to deliver grain free of charge to countries in need, including Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday ... Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan. We have agreed," Erdogan said in a televised address.
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Year post-coup, cracks appear within Sudan's military leadership

The Arab Weekly 24 Oct 2022
The coup and subsequent disharmony between its leaders, has meant the future of Sudan's governance looks increasingly unsure ... That is according to Baldo, the analyst and Maher al Gokh, a former employee of Sudan's State Television who was detained in the coup but later released.
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Analysis: Year post-coup, cracks in Sudan's military junta

Delta Democrat-Times 24 Oct 2022
General Assembly this year, Sudan's top general descended an airplane stairway in the country's capital to a flurry of cameras ... That's according to Baldo, the analyst, and Maher al Gokh, a former employee of Sudan's State Television who was detained in the coup but later released.
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Israeli High Court rejects challenges to Lebanon sea deal

The Associated Press 23 Oct 2022
General Assembly this year, Sudan's top general descended an airplane stairway in the country's capital to a flurry of cameras ... That's according to Baldo, the analyst, and Maher al Gokh, a former employee of Sudan's State Television who was detained in the coup but later released.
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Analysis: Year post-coup, cracks in Sudan’s military junta

Federal News Radio 23 Oct 2022
General Assembly this year, Sudan’s top general descended an airplane stairway in the country’s capital to a flurry of cameras ... That’s according to Baldo, the analyst, and Maher al Gokh, a former employee of Sudan’s State Television who was detained in the coup but later released.
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US-led talks said to be near a deal on Sudan's post-coup crisis

Stars and Stripes 18 Oct 2022
special envoy to Sudan, Volker Perthes, told Al-Arabiya television last week that political factions had "achieved common understanding" over forming a transitional civilian government with elections planned within two years ... The coup spurred Western donors to suspend aid, contributing to a funding crisis for Sudan's economy.
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Ebola kills 5 in Uganda, 19 other deaths likely connected, president says

Khaleejtimes 29 Sep 2022
There is no vaccine for the Sudan strain of the disease behind the latest Uganda infections. In a televised ... The World Health Organisation says the Ebola Sudan strain is less transmissible and has shown a lower fatality rate in previous outbreaks than its cousin Ebola Zaire.
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Ebola kills five in Uganda, 19 other deaths likely connected, president says

Reuters 29 Sep 2022
There is no vaccine for the Sudan strain of the disease behind the latest Uganda infections. In a televised address President Yoweri Museveni said that in addition to five confirmed Ebola fatalities, another 19 deaths in the community were likely due to the disease as they ...
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Sudan generals agree civilians will appoint top leaders

Arab News 18 Sep 2022
Sudan’s generals have agreed to leave the choice of future heads of state and prime ministers to civilian political factions, the deputy head of the military government has announced ... Near-weekly anti-coup protests, a spiraling economic crisis and a rise in ethnic clashes in Sudan’s remote regions have since fed into the deepening unrest.
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Hundreds rally in Sudan to support military-backed initiative

Al Jazeera 14 Aug 2022
The initiative, known as “The Call of Sudan’s People”, was launched last month by renowned Sufi religious leader Al-Tayeb Al-Jed with the declared aim of ending Sudan’s political crisis ... Demonstrator Hozaifa Mohamed said he “supports the initiative”, which “calls for national consensus and which we hope will bring an end to the crises in Sudan”.
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Hundreds rally in Sudan backing plan to end political crisis

The New Arab 14 Aug 2022
The rallies took place outside a Khartoum conference hall where meetings have been held since Saturday by a recently-established initiative aimed at ending Sudan's political crisis. The initiative, known as "The Call of Sudan's People", was launched last month by renowned Sufi religious leader Al-Tayeb Al-Jed.
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Ethiopia completes third filling of dam megaproject amid protests from Egypt and Sudan

The National 14 Aug 2022
... stretch of the Nile River, the country’s prime minister said, amid protests from downstream neighbours Egypt and Sudan.

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