Alahednews Alahednews Sudan Holds Communist Leader after Bread Price Demo Sudanese security agents arrested the leader of the opposition Communist Party Wednesday after it organized a protest in the capital Khartoum against Sudan Announces Potential Security Threats from Egypt, Eritrea on Eastern Borders Sudan on Thursday officially announced that there are potential security threats from Egypt and Eritrea on eastern Sudanese borders. Sudan: Student Killed, Opposition Leader Detained In Bread Protests Protests over rising bread prices broke out across Sudan on Sunday, leading to the death of a student and the arrest of a prominent opposition leader. Sudan Recalls Envoy to Egypt after Erdogan Visit Sudan recalled its ambassador to Egypt for ’consultations’ after renewed tension between the two neighbors. Russia to Build Nuclear Power Plant in Sudan ROSATOM will build the first nuclear power plant to produce electricity in Sudan. UNSC Warns On South Sudan Peace Efforts The UNSC warned of ’costs or consequences’ for S Sudan’s gov’t & opposition if they undermine upcoming efforts to implement a 2015 peace a S Sudan Conflict: Great Lakes’ Fighting Death Toll Rises to 170 The death toll from inter-clan fighting in South Sudan’s Great Lakes region has reached at least 170. South Sudan: Over 1 Million on Brink of Famine, UN Warns More than 1.2 million people in war-torn South Sudan are one step away from famine, the UN humanitarian chief said Thursday. South Sudan Lifts Siege on Ex-Military Chief’s House South Sudan withdrew troops and armored vehicles surrounding the former army chief’s house EU Vows Aid for Sudan for ’As Long as It Takes’ Even as global donors reduce their aid offerings to war-torn Sudan, the European Union vowed to provide the African country with humanitarian assistan US Sanctions Senior S Sudan Officials The United States slapped sanctions Wednesday of three senior South Sudan officials accused of fomenting and profiting from the four-year civil war in Sudan Sends More Troops to Boost Saudi-Led War in Yemen A new group of Sudanese forces has been deployed to help the US-backed Saudi-led coalition’s war in Yemen. UN Urges South Sudan to End Fighting, Give Peace Process ’Better Chance’ UN: The conflict in S Sudan has to end in order to give the peace process there ’a better chance of success.’ UN: South Sudan Militants Seize 8 Foreign, Local Workers The United Nations says unknown gunmen seized eight foreign and local contractors outside a civilian protection site in South Sudan’s capital befor South Sudan War Leaves 1 Million Children Refugees More than 1 million children fled South Sudan’s civil war, two United Nations agencies said Monday, part of the world’s fastest growing refugee cris South Sudan Welcomes the Arrival of 1st Batch of Regional Protection Force The South Sudanese government on Sunday welcomed the arrival of the first batch of the regional protection force. South Sudan Army Minimizes Calls to Pull Troops of Out Juba The South Sudanese army [SPLA] attached little importance to calls by civil society groups to withdraw troops currently deployed in the streets of the Another S Sudan Official Resigns, Alleging Graft, Bias A senior officer in South Sudan’s army resigned alleging corruption and a military fractured along ethnic lines. UN: S Sudan Fighting Reaches ’Worrying Proportions’ Fighting between government and opposition forces in South Sudan reached ’worrying proportions’ Sudan Frees 20 Opposition Members after Protest Call Sudan freed 20 political opponents detained since last month after they called for protests against rising fuel prices, their parties said Monday. UN Chief Warns of Imminent Genocide in South Sudan UN chief Ban Ki-moon warned about an imminent genocide in South Sudan. Sudan’s Bashir Vows to Crush Opposition Protests Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir vowed to brutally crush anti-regime protests. South Sudan Conflict: UN Warns of «Ethnic Cleansing» UNCHR warned about ethnic cleansing in South Sudan. S Sudan Agrees on Peacekeeping Force Deployment South Sudan’s government finally agreed to the deployment of a new regional force mandated by the United Nations Security Council [UNSC] to the count Sudan Students March Defying Crackdown Around 300 Sudanese students and schoolchildren marched in the capital Khartoum on Thursday, defying government efforts to quell persistent protests a