Middle East

Fighting erupts in Darfur's second city: residents

Sarah Nugdallah (R), secretray general of the opposition Sudanese Umma party, announces her party's withdrawl from the national dialogue with the ruling National Congress Party on May 18, 2014, in the capital Khartoum, following the arrest last week by Sudan's state security of Umma leader and ex-premier Sadiq al-Mahdi. Mahdi was arrested after he reportedly accused a counter-insurgency unit of rape and other abuses of civilians in Darfur. AFP PHOTO/EBRAHIM HAMID





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