Well-Preserved Chariot Horse Found in Sudan

According to a report in Live Science, the 3,000-year-old grave of a Nubian chariot horse has been uncovered at the site of Tombos in what is now Sudan. The horse had been wrapped in a shroud and buried in a shaft under a tomb complex chapel, near four chambers containing high-status human burials. A carved

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South Sudan: Peace process under threat as violence surges across country, warns UN Mission

“Innocent civilians are being caught in the crossfire, including many women, children and elderly people,” David Shearer, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for South Sudan and the head of the UN Mission in the country (UNMISS) said. “Our teams on the ground are reporting incidents of killing, sexual violence, homes being burnt to the

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Ethiopia, Sudan Strengthen Ties on Security

High-ranking military men from Ethiopia and Sudan discussed today a bilateral defense protocol signed between the two countries and agreed to activate the joint border forces. The two sides reaffirmed their willingness to guarantee security in the border areas, the exchange of information, as well as the control of the criminal groups dedicated to smuggling,

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