AU-led review of Cessation of Hostilities Agreement; Sudan re-opens routes for aid delivery; Libyan coast guard blocks rescue operation

A strategic review of the implementation of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement led by African Union; Attack on high power transmission line causes outage in Amhara, Afar and Tigray; Supply routes in Sudan will be reopened for delivery of humanitarian aid; Continuation of Sudan’s conflict risks creating the world’s largest hunger crisis; The Libyan coast guard accused of interfering with and threatening the rescue ship in the Mediterranean sea.

News Highlights: Airstrikes in Khartoum and Nyala, Storm kills thousands in Libya, MEPs criticise Tunisia-EU migration deal

In this week’s News Highlights: More civilians killed in airstrikes on Nyala and Khartoum; Volker Perthes steps down; Burhan meets with President Afewerki; Burhan meets with SPLM-North leader; International experts warn of empty peace initiatives in Sudan; Reports of ENDF atrocities in Amhara region; Young man found dead after arrest by ENDF; Somaliland sends army troops to Laascaanood; Closure of Eritrean churches after clashes in the Tel Aviv Eritrean Festival; An estimated 10,000 victims and 100,000 missing people after Storm Daniel in Libya; Conflicts over EU’s migration deal with Tunisia; Lampedusa hits record number of arrivals; More European countries to implement “radical” migration strategies; and Emergency refugee response programme extended in Greece.