Army statement says security forces on escort duty when they were attacked on Monday just outside Damaturu town in Yobe state in the north of the country
Al-Bashir says those destroying public property are 'traitors'
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This vast Central African country for the first time is using the voting machines as it chooses a successor to longtime President Joseph Kabila after more than two years of election delays
Authorities say more than 300 armed men killed 1, abducted 15, and set fire to more than 80 homes
Government rules out payment in US dollars as strike enters its fourth week
Video clips purported to show crowds of several hundred each gathering on side roads and headed toward the palace on the bank of the Blue Nile in the heart of Khartoum
Zimbabwe heads into Christmas with a struggling economy and shortages of basic goods enough to dampen anyone's holiday spirit. But in the capital, comedians are still managing to laugh it off, as Columbus Mavhunga reports from Harare.
The church has been a key player in negotiations after Kabila refused to step down at the end of his mandate in 2016
A mother reconnects with the stranger who helped her 5-year-old daughter travel from Sierra Leone to the U.S., 15 years later
More demonstrations took place Monday in Jazeera state, south of Khartoum, where Bashir is scheduled to make a visit Tuesday
While maintaining hope, comedians are making fun of the country's austerity measures hitting ht population hard this Christmas season