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Soldiers accused of widespread looting from homes near Sudanese capital

The Observer 13 Dec 2023
Soldiers have been seen on a daily basis leaving the houses of Rizeigat people who fled to other parts of Sudan earlier in the war, pushing carts full of items including beds, tables and televisions.
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CPJ urges Sudanese paramilitary forces to cease using media institutions as detention centers

CPJ 12 Dec 2023
“The RSF’s use of Sudan’s state television headquarters as detention facilities is extremely shocking and is a clear indication of the deteriorating press freedom in the country amid a deadly war,” ...
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Chad's President Says Refugees, Host Towns Face Severe Hardship, Pleads for Help

Voa News 11 Oct 2023
... returnees have arrived in towns and villages in eastern Chad since April, when Sudan descended into violence, Chad’s President Mahamat Idriss Déby said in a state television broadcast this week.
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South Sudan's president dismisses central bank governor

Xinhua 03 Oct 2023
In a decree televised on state-run South Sudan Broadcasting Corporation, Kiir also dismissed two deputies of the apex bank, namely Addis Ababa Othow and John ...
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South Sudanese president appoints interior minister

China.dot.org 27 Sep 2023
Kiir, who announced the appointment in a presidential decree broadcast on the state-owned television, the South Sudan Broadcasting Corporation, also replaced Deputy Minister of Interior Peter Puok Koang with Marial Gumke.
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Scandal-hit Justin Trudeau furiously denies claim he traveled to India on a plane 'full of ...

The Daily Mail 27 Sep 2023
The Canadian PM's Office has dismissed comments from former Indian diplomat Deepak Vohra over accusations he made on Monday on Indian television. Vohra, a former Indian ambassador to Sudan, told Zee News.
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Trudeau's plane had cocaine during G20, claims former Indian diplomat

Canoe 26 Sep 2023
Deepak Vohra, a former Indian ambassador to Sudan, made the accusations Monday on Indian television ... Indian authorities are also investigating allegations of “financial irregularities” during Vohra’s tenure as ambassador to Sudan from 2007-09 ... LILLEY ... .
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South Sudan's president appoints new foreign minister

Xinhua 01 Sep 2023
In a presidential decree broadcast on the state-owned television, the South Sudan Broadcasting Corporation, Kiir appointed Pitia who had previously served as the country's ambassador to Ethiopia and ...
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China hands over modern broadcasting facility to South Sudan

Beijing News 24 Aug 2023
In November 2014, South Sudan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation requested assistance from China for the construction of radio and television facilities, which was officially approved by China's Ministry of Commerce in 2017.
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Sudan: Thousands of bodies decompose as morgues reach breaking point

Khaleejtimes 20 Aug 2023
As the war in Sudan nears four months of intense fighting, morgues in the capital Khartoum have ... Sudan’s top army general accuses rival paramilitary of war crimes in televised speech Sudan conflict.
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News-Press Now 17 Aug 2023
Sudan’s top army general accuses rival paramilitary of war crimes in televised speech ... In a rare televised speech Monday, the head of Sudan's military accused the rival paramilitary force of committing ...
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Sudan's media organizations call for protecting journalists' safety, unrestricted coverage

China.dot.org 15 Aug 2023
15 (Xinhua) -- The Sudanese Journalists Syndicate and 16 other media organizations in Sudan on Tuesday issued a joint statement calling for protecting the safety of journalists and allowing unrestricted coverage of the conflict in the country.
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The UN and its partners ramp up their appeal for peace and aid at the 4-month mark of Sudan's war

Stars and Stripes 15 Aug 2023
Sudan’s top army general accuses rival paramilitary of war crimes in televised speech Sudan fighting is driving country to collapse and millions face a 'humanitarian calamity', UN says ...
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Sudan’s top army general accuses rival paramilitary of war crimes in televised speech

Federal News Radio 15 Aug 2023
CAIRO (AP) — In a rare televised speech Monday, the head of Sudan’s military accused the rival paramilitary force of committing war crimes in the northeast African country’s brutal ongoing conflict.
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Civilians in Darfur have been targeted ‘since the departure of the peacekeeping force’ in 2020

The Daily Telegraph Australia 15 Aug 2023
In a rare televised speech Monday, the head of Sudan's military accused the rival paramilitary force of committing war crimes in the ...

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