[Radio Dabanga]Khartoum -The National Consensus Forces (NCF), which include the main opposition parties in Sudan, have criticised the Khartoum government, civil society organisations and local media for their "deliberate disregard" of the humanitarian catastrophe among the displaced in Darfur.
[Aswat Masriya]An Egyptian soldier at the Rafah border crossing said on Sunday that he recognised four of his colleagues from a circulated online video of them being held hostages, an eyewitness told Aswat Masriya.
[SAPA]Cape Town -The police and NPA were responsible for deciding whether the Gupta family would be prosecuted for the irregular landing of their plane at Waterkloof Air Base, Justice Minister Jeff Radebe said on Sunday.
[HRW]Nairobi -Zambian authorities should dismiss all charges and release two men arrested for engaging in homosexual acts, Human Rights Watch said. The police should immediately cease forensic anal examinations, which are intrusive, invasive and constitute cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment in violation of international law.