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134 people killed in clashes in Sudan's Darfur: tribal leader

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Some 134 people have been killed in new clashes between two rival tribes in Sudan's strife-torn Darfur region, a tribal leader said on Tuesday. Full story

Up to 94 killed in tribal clashes in Darfur

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Up to 94 people have been killed in new clashes between two rival tribes in Sudan's strife-torn Darfur region, tribal leaders said on Saturday. Full story

South Sudan's army holds, beats civilians: HRW

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - South Sudan's army has detained some 130 civilians without charges in a central state since February, beating some of them severely, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Monday. Full story

Displaced Darfuris live in 'terrible' conditions: U.N. expert

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudanese people who have fled a recent surge in fighting in the western Darfur region live in terrible conditions and face a "humanitarian disaster," a U.N. human rights expert said after visiting the strife-torn region. Full story

New fighting in central Sudanese state

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - New fighting broke out between the Sudanese army and rebels in a central state where insurgents launched a major attack last month, both sides said on Saturday. Full story

Sudanese security pulls plug on Khartoum Web conference

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - The organizer of a forum on promoting ideas through the Internet accused Sudanese state security agents on Saturday of shutting down the event in Khartoum by cutting off the power. Full story

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