Sudan works with Egypt to dismantle Muslim Brotherhood

Egypt wants to work together with Sudan to counter extremist groups and the Muslim Brotherhood, which have significant political influence in Egypt. Since Abdul Fatah

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UN official urges Security Council to focus on South Sudan

A series of intercommunal fighting and flooding has severely impacted various areas of South Sudan since 2019. It has resulted in massive destruction of livelihoods


Trump Tries To Garner Public Praise Over Sudan-Israel Truce

In an attempt to iron away creases that exists between two nations, American exiting President Donald Trump thought money would be the best option. So,


Sudan and Israel friendship: Why a big ‘yes’ from Trump

Sudan is in the midst of political, economic and humanitarian turmoil, 18 months since the country’s non-violent protests overthrew long-term ruler Omar al-Bashir. The country


Two dozen dead in Sudan following tribal clashes

The violence that has been going on for the past three days has claimed the lives of at least 25 people, injuring scores of others.

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Sudan takes reform road, breaking away with decades old regressive laws

Sudan welcomes news reformist laws in order to break itself freeof over 30 years of regressive laws, imposed in the name of religion…

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FGM is now a criminal act in Sudan

Three months after Sudan’s cabinet approved amendments to the criminal code that would criminalise female genital mutilation, the sovereign council ratified the law, saying the practice “undermines the dignity of women”….

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UN is urged not to withdraw their peacekeeping forces from Sudan

As Sudan prepares for a new UN ‘political mission’ that will help the country take its first steps into elections, government formation and a new constitution, the prospect of UN peacekeeping force’s….

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Covid-19 forces Oxfam to shut offices in 18 countries, many fear tough times ahead

Due to the increasing financial strain, caused by the corona-preventive lockdown, Oxfam International decided to shut its offices in 18 countries across the world, including

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How Qatar and Turkey try to destabilize Soudan through its militias

Dozens of the ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir’s supporters demonstrated in the city of Kassala, 800 kilometers east of the capital, Khartoum, Friday, calling for