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# Sudan

Last month
May 2024
Record 76 million internally displaced people worldwide, says monitor
This year
2024
Forgotten war: More than 350 Irish citizens and their dependents have been forced to leave Sudan
The war in Sudan broke out in April of last year between two warring factions the Sudan Armed Forces and Rapid Support Forces.
Last year
2023
Oireachtas Committee urged to increase funding for ‘abandoned’ Sudan
Zelenskyy holds security talks with Sudanese army general at Shannon Airport
At least 40 people dead after military air strike hits Sudanese capital Khartoum
At least five dead in Khartoum air strikes
Coups d'état: How France's imperial legacy continues to influence West African politics
Sudan: 'She was caring for her own children as well as two others separated from their parents'
Rosamond Bennett
Sudan violence rages as paramilitaries deny Darfur war crimes
Sudan mediation to resume in Saudi Arabia as war enters fourth month
Sudan on brink of 'full-scale civil war', UN warns, as air raid kills 22 people
Fighting rocks Sudanese capital again as disease threatens those displaced by the conflict
UN urges action to stop 'wanton killings' in Sudan's Darfur region
Fighting in Sudan resumes immediately after end of latest ceasefire
UN countries pledge $1.5 billion to save Sudan from humanitarian crisis
New truce between Sudan's warring generals takes effect
Death toll in Sudan surges past 2,000 as war enters third month
Fighting rages in Sudan as the US and Saudi Arabia push for new truce talks
180 bodies buried without identification in Sudan as blasts rock Khartoum again
Fighting worsens in Sudan despite US sanctions
Sudanese ceasefire fails again as army attacks paramilitary bases
Inside the military and diplomatic mission to evacuate Irish citizens from Sudan
Fighting in Sudan has displaced more than 1.3 million people, says UN
Bombardments, bandit raids and carjackings: Life in Sudan for the Irish aid agency staff
Clashes and air-strikes reported in Sudan minutes after one-week ceasefire officially begins
Battles rage in capital just hours after Sudan factions agree to ceasefire
The Explainer: Interview - HSE doctor speaks about her evacuation from war-torn Sudan
'I couldn't reach my kids for five days': Ireland-based doctor describes outbreak of war in Sudan
Blasts rock Khartoum as warring sides meet to prevent 'humanitarian catastrophe'
Sudan unlikely to see 'permanent' ceasefire after peace talks fail to yield progress
Air raids batter Sudanese capital ahead of first direct talks between warring sides
US warns that Sudan fighting could turn into 'protracted' conflict
246 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as warring parties agree to seven-day truce
Sudan conflict could force 800,000 people to flee, says UN
209 Irish citizens and their dependents flee Sudan as ceasefire extended
Fighting enters third week in Sudan despite new truce
Fighting continues in Sudan despite ceasefire deal being extended by three days
The Explainer: What is happening in Sudan?
122 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as army agrees to extend existing ceasefire
‘People will die of hunger if they survive bullets’: Concern’s Sudan director pleads for peace