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# Sudan

Last year
Close to 90 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as fears mount for current ceasefire
‘Don't take it as fact’: Irish citizens in Sudan urged to ‘clarify’ information on social media
More than 70 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as sporadic gunfire dents 72-hour ceasefire
Operation to evacuate remaining Irish citizens from Sudan ongoing as fighting continues
Irish operation to rescue citizens 'built to fail' by Government inaction, opposition TD claims
Explainer: How did violence erupt in Sudan and why have countries decided to evacuate citizens?
Govt agrees to deploy Army Ranger Wing to help Irish citizens leave Sudan
Department of Foreign Affairs in contact with Irish citizens in Sudan, says Tánaiste
Fighting continues in Sudan despite calls for Eid ceasefire
Independent TD calls for emergency team to be established to evacuate Irish citizens from Sudan
Doctor on the front line in Sudan: 'Even ambulances are being turned back'
Ghazali Babiker
Sudan's army and paramilitary rival announce fresh ceasefire after failed truce a day earlier
Irish diplomat was attacked in Sudan during robbery by 'armed men wearing military fatigues'
Concern and Goal suspend aid activity in Sudan as NGOs struggle to cope with ongoing violence
Explainer: Why has violence broken out in Sudan and what might happen next?
Blinken calls for ceasefire as US embassy convoy comes under fire in Sudan
Irish diplomat injured in Sudan as fighting rages with death toll climbing to 185 killed
UN chief demands 'justice without delay' for deaths of its staff and civilians in Sudan
Three civilians killed as paramilitary forces claim control of key sites in Khartoum
All time
Egyptian president urges Sudanese to talk as he denies backing coup
Sudan security forces fire tear gas as thousands protest coup
UN to hold Sudan talks to end crisis after coup
Sudan's Prime Minister resigns two months after coup
Sudan Prime Minister Hamdok reinstated nearly one month after coup
Sudanese prime minister released as protesters face tear gas
Sudan’s military takes power in coup and arrests prime minister
Afghanistan and Egypt among five countries to be added to hotel quarantine list
Sudan sends additional troops to Ethiopian border in days after ambush
Former president of Sudan jailed for money laundering and corruption
Twelve men found alive and 'in good health' in refrigerated truck in Belgium
Three men who made their way to Ireland hidden on indie band's truck claim asylum
Gardaí investigating after three 'stowaways' found on truck in Galway
Death toll following crackdown on sit-in protest at Sudanese army base rises to 101
At least 35 people killed, including eight-year-old child, in 'brutal' crackdown on protesters in Sudan
13 killed as sit-in is broken up outside army headquarters in Sudan
Sudan wants the international community to back its new military rulers
Sudan's military leader resigns after one day in power; protesters celebrate
Explainer: What's happening in Sudan?
Thousands of Sudan protesters have spent days camped outside army headquarters
'People are being shot dead and no one is saying a thing': Sudanese community in Ireland protest government violence