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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Darfur

This year
Explosions and gunfire rock Khartoum as war in Sudan rages on and army calls for new recruits
The fighting “began at 4 am and is still going,” one resident said.
UN urges action to stop 'wanton killings' in Sudan's Darfur region
Two months into the fighting in Sudan the United Nations has warned the conflict has taken an ‘ethnic dimension’ in the Darfur region.
All time
Death toll following crackdown on sit-in protest at Sudanese army base rises to 101
Protesters had gathered to demand a handover to civilian rule in the country.
In her own words: One woman's escape from ethnic cleansing
“I pray to God I don’t have to go back to Sudan. At the least, I will be arrested. The least, you understand? I could be killed.”
Two workers with Irish aid agency Goal have been abducted in Sudan
The two workers were on a routine assignment when they were kidnapped by an unknown group.
UN peacekeepers missing in Darfur
Two Jordanian officers were buying supplies at a market when they disappeared yesterday.
Why is George Clooney watching Sudan via satellite?
Here’s what you need to know about ongoing problems between North African states Sudan and South Sudan.
George Clooney released after Sudan protest arrest
Protesters are calling for humanitarian aid to be allowed into Sudan to prevent a major crisis from developing.
Government pledges €200,000 to GOAL for South Sudan
The Irish aid agency is providing humanitarian assistance to thousands of people who fled violence in neighbouring Sudan.
China sends invite to Sudanese leader, who's wanted for war crimes
President Omar al-Bashir will visit China in a little over a week, despite the fact he’s wanted by an international court on war crimes charges.
China attempts to block UN report on ammunition to Sudan
Report alleges Chinese ammunition was sent to Darfur, despite UN arms embargo.
Second arrest warrant issued for Sudan's president