Initially, up to 20,000 refugees, mostly from Sudan and Eritrea, will receive notices.
The Khartoum Breast Cancer Care Centre has changed attitudes towards breast cancer in Sudan.
El Al pilots refuse to deport Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers to home countries where they face risk of death.
While North Korea's nuclear ambitions made global headlines, its humanitarian situation received almost no coverage.
Up to 40,000 African refugees, mostly from Sudan and Eritrea, are at the risk of deportation or imprisonment in Israel.
38 migrants who landed in Italy have said they underwent degrading and unlawful treatment at the hands of Italian authorities after they refused to give their fingerprints.
A Turkish Airlines flight from Nairobi to Istanbul had to be diverted for an emergency landing after a Wi-Fi network called 'Bomb on board' alarmed passengers.
Torrential rains in neighbouring Ethiopia have swollen the Nile, which flows into Sudan.
Al Hilal Omdurman and Al Merreikh among teams removed from continental football over government interference.
Violence continues in Darfur, in spite of 2010 peace deal to end war that killed some 300,000 people.
Phenomenon known as a 'haboob' left buildings, cars and residents covered in thick blanket of sand.
Warring parties have obstructed humanitarian aid to the rebel-held Nuba Mountains for years.
'I don't mean to be too forward, but the fate of my species literally depends on me,' Sudan's profile reads.
24 already-scheduled trips will go ahead as planned.
Sudan rejects allegations of chemical attacks carried out against civilians in conflict-ridden Darfur region.
Parliamentary Group releases report on relations between countries as President Bashir still wanted by ICC.
South Sudan became the world's newest nation following a referendum on independence after years of civil war.
The vote in Iraqi parliament asks the government in Baghdad to retaliate against Trump's executive order.
Company spokesperson tells IBTimes UK Trump pick will know about SEC letters regarding deals.
Gambia reaches political stalemate as Jammeh, who originally conceded defeat, wants election annulled.
Sudan's President Bashir warns protesters hiding behind 'keyboards and WhatsApp' will not topple him
Activists and opposition to hold two-day strike in protest at rising prices in already crippled economy.
South Sudan has accused its neighbour Sudan of aiding Riek Machar's rebels, something Khartoum denies.
EXCLUSIVE IBTimesUK interviews secretary general of SPLM-N, banned political party and rebel group in Sudan.
Sudan claims three-day strike failed after receiving 'kiss of death' by SPLM-N banned political party
IBTimesUK talks to Sudanese envoy and SPLM-N banned political party on strike against fuel subsidy cuts.
Sudan opposition party tells IBTimes UK people can no longer cope with country's crippled economy.
The Air Rally aims to follow in the footsteps of the pioneering flights of the Twenties.
Country claimed in 2015 it wanted to leave ICC following criticism for refusing to arrest Sudan's President.
Unaccompanied children in the Jungle migrant camp tell IBTimes UK of their fears for the future amid demolition threats.
Government claims presence of 750 troops in North Kivu province raises security concerns.
At least 200 people allegedly killed by chemical weapons agents since start of January military offensive.