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  1. Salih Khater, a 29-year-old British citizen who is originally from Sudan, has been named as the suspect in Tuesday's attack by the U.K. Houses of Parliament, according to multiple published ...

  2. The man has not yet been named by London’s Metropolitan Police but the force said in a statement that it was “satisfied” it now knew his identity. Three people were injured when the suspect’ ...

  3. At least 22 people, the majority of whom are students, are dead after a boat sank in the River Nile in Sudan.

  4. Khater’s Facebook page said he was born in Wad Madani, a city on the banks of the Blue Nile, and that he had studied engineering in Sudan.

  5. At least 22 students drowned on Wednesday when a boat carrying more than 40 people sank while crossing the Nile in northern Sudan, state news agency SUNA said. Civil defense forces were ...

  6. At least 22 primary school children drowned on Wednesday when a boat carrying more than 40 people sank while crossing the Nile in northern Sudan, state news agency SUNA said. Civil defence ...

  7. It says more heavy rainfall is expected in other parts of Sudan. Monsoon rains in Sudan regularly last from June to November and cause the Nile and its tributaries to overflow.

  8. The man suspected of intentionally ramming a vehicle into pedestrians and cyclists outside Britain’s Houses of Parliament on Tuesday has been identified as a U.K. national originally from Sudan ...

  9. Khater, a 29-year-old British citizen, is originally from Sudan, the BBC reported. Press Association reported Wednesday that a Facebook page for a man of the same name says he lives in ...

  10. After months of negotiations aimed at ending a civil war that has killed tens of thousands of people and forced some 4.5 million from their homes since December 2013, South Sudan’s President ...

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