Sekou Koita and Moussa Doumbia scored in Mali's 2-1 win over Namibia in Windhoek, which clinched an eighth consecutive appearance at the African football showcase.
'Full-scale humanitarian crisis unfolding' in Ethiopia, says UN as thousands flee conflict-torn Tigray region
Recent fighting has left hundreds dead, although a communications blackout in Tigray has made it difficult to assess how the fighting is going
Donald Trump says Sudan to be removed from terror list if it fulfills $335 million compensation pledge
Sudan has agreed to pay compensation for victims of the 1998 bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, attacks conducted by Osama bin Laden’s Al-Qaeda network while he was living in Sudan
Hunger has been used as a weapon of war for many years, but the issue has recently risen to prominence because of the increased risk of mass starvation in today’s conflicts.
WFP wins Nobel Peace prize: From Yemen to Sudan, UN agency fights hunger in food-deprived places, war zones
Since its formation in 1961, WFP has worked tirelessly to battle hunger during cirises: From the 1980 famine in Ethiopia, the 2004 tsunami in Asia, to the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and now the pandemic
The three embryos will be transferred into the womb of a southern white rhino female, to act as a surrogate mother.
Sudan factory blast: Narendra Modi expresses grief over death of 18 Indian workers among 23 killed in LPG tanker explosion
At least 18 Indians were among 23 people killed in an LPG tanker blast that destroyed a ceramic factory in Sudan, the Indian mission said on Wednesday. Over 130 were injured
Sudan tanker blast: 18 Indians among 23 killed in LPG tanker explosion, says Indian embassy; seven hospitalised with four in critical condition
At least 18 Indians were among the 23 people killed and over 130 injured in a horrific LPG tanker blast at a ceramic factory in Sudan, the Indian mission said in Khartoum on Wednesday
Omar al-Bashir government established the Institute of Space Research and Aerospace to develop space technologies.
Kashmir issue Updates: India slams Pakistan over 'genocide' charge, says rhetoric won't distract world from its persecution of minorities
Kashmir issue LIVE Updates: At UNHRC, India's Vimarsh Aryan rejected Pakistan's 'false narrative' on Kashmir and said, "Pakistan’s gory record speaks for itself. This rhetoric will not distract international attention from Pakistan’s persecution and elimination of religious and ethnic minorities — be it the Christians, Sikhs, Shias, Ahmadiyas and Hindus."
Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi to discuss Kashmir issue at 42nd session of UNHRC today
Pakistan FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Monday morning embarked on a three-day visit to Geneva where he will raise the Kashmir issue at the 42nd session of UNHRC.
Sudan's Cabinet sworn in, first since military ousted former president Omar al-Bashir after pro-democracy protests
Sudan swore in its first Cabinet since the military ousted autocratic President Omar al-Bashir in April following mass pro-democracy protests
Europe-bound boat carrying migrants capsizes off Libya coast, 65 rescued; UN says 40 migrants presumed drowned
A boat carrying dozens of migrants bound for Europe capsized on Tuesday in the Mediterranean Sea off Libya, with at least 40 people missing and presumed drowned, UN officials said.
Sudan urges UNSC to withdraw all peacekeepers by June 2020; African Union says region 'remains volatile'
Sudan urged the UNSC to lift its suspension of troop withdrawals and ensure all peacekeepers leave Darfur by June 2020, but the African Union said overall security in the vast western region 'remains volatile.'
Sudan set to officiate deal for transition to civilian rule on Saturday even as concerns remain over justice for slain protesters
Sudan's military rulers and protest leaders on Saturday are scheduled to sign a landmark deal reached after a bloody uprising which is meant to pave the way for civilian rule
220 international students apply for various courses at IIT-Kharagpur; 'internationalisation is priority,’ says Professor Baidurya Bhattacharya
In initiative to boost presence of foreign students in campus by offering scholarships, IIT Kharagpur has received 220 international applicants. The acceptance rate of international students in various masters and doctoral degree programmes is about eight percent.
Women in Sudan bear scars of physical and sexual abuse by security forces during anti-government protests
Sudan ruling generals, protesters agree on power-sharing accord of new governing body after month-long political crisis
At least 136 people were killed across Sudan since the raid, including more than 100 on 3 June, according to doctors close to the umbrella protest movement, the Alliance for Freedom and Change.
Sudan crisis: Military council, protesters agree on power-sharing governance after month-long political unrest; 136 people killed in conflict
Sudan's ruling generals and protest leaders reached an agreement on the disputed issue of a new governing body Friday, in a breakthrough accord aimed at ending the country's months-long political crisis.
Sudan crisis: Pro-democracy leaders resume talks with ruling military council after dozens were killed in crackdown on Khartoum protest camp
Sudan's pro-democracy movement resumed talks on Wednesday with the ruling military council over a transfer of power to civilian rule, a protest leader said, a move that could break weeks of political impasse since the military ousted autocratic President Omar al-Bashir in April.