UN agencies seek $4.1 billion to help civilians affected by Sudan war

In tonight's edition: Sudan's warring sides have agreed to meet in Switzerland for talks on how to allow in desperately needed aid, 10 months after the outbreak of a war that has devastated the country. The news comes as UN agencies seek $4.1 billion to help civilians in Sudan, as well as those who have fled the conflict. Meanwhile in DR Congo, thousands flee intense fighting as rebels advance near Goma. And the Africa Cup of Nations wraps up its semi-finals to leave way for Sunday's final.

UN agencies seek $4.1 billion to help civilians affected by Sudan war
In tonight's edition: Sudan's warring sides have agreed to meet in Switzerland for talks on how to allow in desperately needed aid, 10 months after the outbreak of a war that has devastated the country. The news comes as UN agencies seek $4.1 billion to help civilians in Sudan, as well as those who have fled the conflict. Meanwhile in DR Congo, thousands flee intense fighting as rebels advance near Goma. And the Africa Cup of Nations wraps up its semi-finals to leave way for Sunday's final.

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