4 hrs ago
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
Darfur conflict 'displaces 300,000'
Some 300,000 people have fled resurgent fighting in Sudan's Darfur region in the first five months of this year, the UN's top humanitarian official said.
Thu May 23, 2013
Walta Information Centre
Khartoum Pledges to Continue Supporting Somalia - Friday, 24 May 2013 05:53
Addis Ababa, May 24, 2013 A - Sudanese President, Omar Hassan Al-Bashir, pledged to continue to support Somali Federal Government.
What The United States Can Do For Egypt Right Now
A worker sits amongst bags of Flour at a warehouse in a grain market in Cairo . "How can the United States help Egypt?" is a common question heard around the Beltway these days.
Locust plagues point to grim future of climate change
The desert locust , the most notorious of about a dozen locust species for its ability to rapidly multiply and travel long distances, threatens an area of 32 million square kilometres, stretching across 50 countries from west Africa to India.
Wed May 22, 2013
Voice of America
UN Envoy Pledges to Lobby for More Aid for Darfur
Displaced persons from East Darfur at a camp in another part of the region in western Sudan.
Sun May 19, 2013
Juba AN12 at Khartoum on Nov 8th 2007, engine failure, runway excursion, aircraft burned down
Last Update: Sunday, May 19th 2013 23:09Z 13477 Articles available Events from Jun 19th 1999 to May 19th 2013 A Juba Airways Antonov AN-12, registration ST-JUA performing freight flight JUC-700 from Khartoum to Juba with 4 crew and 11 tons of cargo, was climbing out of Khartoum's runway 18 about 2 minutes into the flight when the crew reported a ... (more)
International Business Times
KFC Takeaway Meals Smuggled into Gaza Via Tunnels [VIDEO]
Gazans craving the colonel's secret recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken can now order their fix from a group of smugglers who transport KFC deliveries from "Last chance to order for the Thursday 6pm delivery is Wednesday night," says the Yamama delivery firm on its Facebook page .
Sat May 18, 2013
Family of British girl, 5, who drowned in Egyptian hotel pool say...
The grandmother of a five-year-old who drowned in a hotel pool in Egypt told today of her family's 'anger and hurt' that more wasn't done to save her.
Sudans defuse row over rebel support, promise more talks
Sudan's foreign minister said on Friday neighbour South Sudan had promised him it would not let rebels operate across their shared border, defusing a row that had threatened a key oil deal.
Fri May 17, 2013
New Long Distance Hiking Trail To Open In Africa
If you've already crossed the Appalachian Trail off your bucket list, hiked the length of New Zealand along the Te Araroa and walked through the Alps on the Haute Route , then I may have found your next big adventure: a new long-distance hiking trail set to open in Africa early next year that will give adventurous travelers an opportunity to follow ... (more)
Thu May 16, 2013
Voice of America
Egyptian Sinai Engulfed in Post-Revolution Lawlessness
Egypt's Sinai Peninsula has long been a country apart. It has its share of foreign tourists seeking sun and sand on the Red Sea.
A Bucket of KFC Chicken Smuggled into Gaza City Costs $27
KFC, founded in 1930 in southeast Kentucky, is one of those distinctly American exports that enjoy enormous popularity overseas.
Sudanese capital is safe from rebel attacks, says governor
The governor of Khartoum, Abdel-Rahman al-Khidir, asserted today that the Sudanese capital is safe amid growing concern among officials and residents of an imminent attack by rebels from the Sudan Revolutionary Front .
Wed May 15, 2013
Report: U.S. Embassy in Egypt targeted
The Egyptian prosecutor's office says evidence shows three suspects linked to al Qaeda targeted the U.S. and French embassies in Cairo, as well as an Egyptian army facility in the Sinai Peninsula, according to state news.
FEATURE-Tired of economic crisis, Sudanese pack up to try their luck abroad
In a cramped government office in Khartoum, engineer Ahmed Taha and dozens of other Sudanese, lured by local newspaper adverts for jobs in the Gulf, sit waiting to get a permit to leave the country and work abroad.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Huffington Post
Yaacov Cohen: The Shavuot Festival Mystery And Its Business Implication
According to Jewish tradition, the upcoming festival of Shavuot is the anniversary of the giving of the Torah and the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai.
Sudan: President Salva Kirr Set to Visit Sudan
President Salva Kirr Mayardit of South Sudan will be visiting Sudan this Wednesday .
Mon May 13, 2013
My big OE: Suddenly in Sudan
When I finished university I felt that urge, like so many other young Kiwis, to get out of the country.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Star Online
Sudan says South Sudan helped rebels attacking major town
Sudan accused South Sudan of having supported rebels who launched a major assault two weeks ago, warning this could derail recent oil and security agreements between the African neighbours, state media said on Saturday.
Dr. Mursi Saad el-Din
Dr. Mursi Saad el-Din passed away last month at the age of 92. Egypt Today's long-serving editor-in-chief led a life filled with books, politics and cultural postings - and he will be sorely missed by all.