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Aid group says tribal violence kills 24 in Sudan's Darfur

Tribal clashes between Arabs and non-Arabs killed at least 24 people Sunday in Sudan’s western Darfur region, an aid group said. It was the latest bout of intercommunal violence to rock the conflict-stricken region. The fighting grew out of a financial dispute late Saturday between two individuals in the Krinding…

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Why Omar is a dilemma for Democrats - StarTribune.com

The party must soon decide what to do.

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'Extreme' vaccine discrimination risks leaving Africa behind - report

Africa has little chance of overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic unless 70% of its population is vaccinated by end-2022, yet "extreme vaccine discrimination" is leaving the continent behind, a report published on Monday said.

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'Extreme' vaccine discrimination risks leaving Africa behind, says report | World

LONDON, Dec 6 — Africa has little chance of overcoming the Covid-19 pandemic unless 70 per cent of its population is vaccinated by end-2022, yet “extreme vaccine discrimination” is leaving the continent behind, a report published today said. The discovery of the Omicron variant in southern...

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Top Sudan general sees 'positive' signs coup sanctions will be lifted

KHARTOUM — Sudan’s top general Abdel Fattah Al Burhan said on Saturday there are “positive indicators” that measures taken against his country following an October military takeover could soon be lifted.Burhan — Sudan’s de facto leader since the ouster of president Omar Al Bashir in April 2019 — removed the civilian government and declared a state of emergency on October 25,

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'Extreme' vaccine discrimination risks leaving Africa behind - report

LONDON (Reuters) - Africa has little chance of overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic unless 70% of its population is vaccinated by end-2022, yet "extreme vaccine discrimination" is leaving the continent behind, a report published on Monday said.

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UN's highest ever humanitarian appeal falls on imperialism's deaf ears

There was no mention of the appeal in the world’s press, testifying to the degree to which starvation and misery are not only being normalized but becoming the policy of choice—a weapon in the hands of the major imperialist powers that speak for their corporate and financial oligarchs, and their puppet regimes in the world’s poorest countries

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'Extreme' Vaccine Discrimination Risks Leaving Africa Behind: Report

Africa has little chance of overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic unless 70% of its population is vaccinated by end-2022, yet "extreme vaccine discrimination" is leaving the continent behind, a report published on Monday said.

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Sudan top general denies military could run in elections

Khartoum: Sudan’s top general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan on Sunday denied that military and paramilitary members of the transitional administration...

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'Extreme' Covid-19 vaccine discrimination risks leaving Africa behind: Report

LONDON - Africa has little chance of overcoming the Covid-19 pandemic unless 70 per cent of its population is vaccinated by the end of next year, yet "extreme vaccine discrimination" is leaving the continent behind, according to a report published on Monday (Dec 6). The discovery of the Omicron variant in southern Africa has heightened claims that low inoculation rates...

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Peta Credlin Apologises For Pinning COVID Outbreak On South Sudanese

Sky News commentator Peta Credlin has apologised on-air for making comments that blamed Melbourne's 2020 Covid outbreak on the South Sudanese community. 

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