Sudan

Clashes Displace Thousands In Darfur, Where 6.2 Million Will Need Assistance next Year 

With escalating violence displacing thousands of people since November, the humanitarian situation in Sudan’s Darfur is getting worse and around 6.2 million people will need humanitarian assistance next year, UN agencies reported on...

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Sudan Group Condemns Un's Call To Support Reinstated Pm

A Sudanese pro-democracy group has condemned comments by the U_N_ chief urging citizens to support a deal that reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok so the country can have “a peaceful transition towards a true democracy.”

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Inside The Battle For Sudan: ‘hamdok Has Lost The Street’

With politicians now barred from government, some fear the revolution has stalled while others vow to keep protesting
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Sudan Denies Reports Of Resumed Clashes At Border With Ethiopia

KHARTOUM (Sputnik) - Sudanese and Ethiopian armies have not clashed again on their common border contrary to news media reports, a source in Sudan's military said on Tuesday.
Related topics: Ethiopia, Military

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Why The Gulf States And America Can't Agree On Sudan

Maya Carlin Sudan, Africa While the Biden administration’s motivations for brokering the Sudanese agreement may be in part based on international perceptions, the Gulf is coming from a different angle. On November 21, the Sudanese military...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Military

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Sudan: Pro-democracy Activists Vow To Step Up Protests After Military Reinstates Ousted Pm

A month after the military seized power in a coup, Sudan’s newly reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok pledged today to introduce a “technocratic government” of qualified professionals to lead the country on a path to...
Related topics: Activism, Protests, Military

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Bachelet Condemns Killings Of Peaceful Protesters In Sudan 

At least 39 people have been killed by security forces in Sudan since the 25 October military coup, 15 of whom were reportedly shot dead on Wednesday, according to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.  
Related topics: Protests, Military, Human Rights

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Intractable African Crises Flare As Biden’s Top Diplomat Visits Kenya

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken hoped to ease the turmoil engulfing Sudan and Ethiopia in his first trip to sub-Saharan Africa. Both worsened on his first full day.
Related topics: Joe Biden, Kenya, Ethiopia

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New Sovereignty Council Formed In Sudan, But Protests Continue

Trevor Filseth Sudan, Africa contempt and resistance.” Nearly three weeks have passed since the October 25 coup, in which Burhan and a group of other army officers overthrew civilian prime minister Abdalla Hamdok, imprisoning him incommunicado...
Related topics: Protests

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Five Killed As Sudanese Anti-coup Protests Continue

Trevor Filseth Sudan, Africa Security forces have reportedly entered a hospital in Omdurman, Sudan’s twin city, and detained several wounded citizens At least five Sudanese civilians were killed on Saturday following a military crackdown on...
Related topics: Protests, Military

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How Sudan Exploited Ethiopia’s Tigray Conflict

Maya Carlin Sudan, East Africa While civil war in Ethiopia continues, events in neighboring Sudan have further destabilized the Horn of Africa. Already embroiled in one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises in modern history, Ethiopia is now...
Related topics: Ethiopia

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Al-jazeera Says Bureau Chief Detained By Sudanese Forces

The Qatar-based satellite news network Al-Jazeera says its bureau chief in Sudan has been detained by security forces
Related topics: Qatar

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Swedish Oil Company Bosses On Trial For Aiding And Abetting War Crimes In Sudan

In one of the biggest cases in Swedish history, the executives of Lundin Oil, whose board notoriously included former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, stand accused of knowingly paving the way for war crimes.

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What The Sudan Coup Means For The Future Of U.s.-china Power Plays In Africa

Cassandra Shand Sudan, Africa Conflict resolution following a military-led coup in Sudan might be one of the final American-led dispute mediations in Africa.  Conflict resolution following a military-led coup in Sudan might be one of the final...
Related topics: China, Military

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Sudan's Military Chief Says Will Not Partake In Government After Transition Period

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Sudanese Commander of the Armed Forces Lt. Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said in an interview with Al Jazeera that he would not partake in any government following the transition period.
Related topics: Military, Russia, Moscow

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Sudan Activists Reject Power-sharing, Call For Strikes

Sudan’s protest movement has rejected international-backed initiatives to return to a power-sharing arrangement with the military after last month’s coup, calling for two days of nationwide strikes
Related topics: Activism, Protests, Military

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How Burhan's Coup Could Halt Sudan's Return To The International Community

On October 25, General Burhan led a military coup in SudanOriginally published on Global VoicesSudan Military Coup: Photo credit Agence France-Presse, (CC0 1.0) Gen Burhan — the chairman of the Sudanese Sovereign Council — led a military coup in...
Related topics: Military, World Photos, France

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Saudi Arabia, Uae Call For Civilian-led Government In Sudan

Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have joined calls for the immediate restoration of a civilian-led government in Sudan after a military coup
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Military

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Mediation Efforts To Resolve Sudan Crisis Underway, Un Envoy Reports

Multiple mediation efforts are underway in Sudan one week after the military seized power, UN Special Representative for the country, Volker Perthes, told journalists in New York on Monday. 
Related topics: Military

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Sudanese Leader Confirms Commitment To Deal On Russian Military Base Construction

KHARTOUM (Sputnik) - Sudan is committed to its obligations regarding the construction of a Russian naval base in the country and will implement the agreement, armed forces commander-in-chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said in an interview with Sputnik.
Related topics: Military

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