Fears another rebel force in Sudan’s South Kordofan State is preparing to launch attacks as conflict spreads
SPLM-N forces had moved into several army camps around Kadugli, the capital of South Kordofan, prompting the army to reinforce its positions, they said, adding that the RSF had closed the road between Kadugli and El Obeid to the north, depriving the city of supplies.
Trump, who is currently the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination, has indeed used altered images to attack DeSantis, his closest rival. However, he seems to have primarily shared obviously fake content, for instance an image of DeSantis riding a rhinoceros, a suggestion that the governor is a “Republican in Name Only” (RINO).
A humanitarian agency suspends operations in DRC after staff steal $900,000 meant for 1,700 families in South Kivu
An estimated 5.7 million people are displaced in DRC, and there are more than 100 armed movements in the country’s east, where South Kivu is situated. The humanitarian situation has been worsened by an insurgency by the Rwanda-backed M23 rebel group.
Why North Koreans are hoarding US dollars and Chinese yuan, but use local won to buy cheap items like vegetables and soda
North Koreans are likely resisting attempts by authorities to take their foreign currency given the low level of public trust in the government’s economic policies, said Choi Ji-young, an analyst at Seoul’s state-funded Korea Institute for National Unification.
Trump’s push to recapture White House runs into headwinds as he’s accused of mishandling sensitive documents
Investigators seized roughly 13,000 documents from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, nearly a year ago. One hundred were marked as classified, even though one of Trump’s lawyers had previously said all records with classified markings had been returned to the government.