Sudan

West Darfur Clashes Trigger Mass Exodus Into Chad  

The U.N. refugee agency reports recent deadly ethnic and tribal clashes in Sudan’s West Darfur region have forced nearly 2,000 people to flee for their lives into neighboring Chad.   A fresh eruption of violence on April 3 between Masalit and...

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Sudan To Receive $400 Million From Saudi Arabia, Uae For Agriculture, State Media Says

Sudan will receive $400 million from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to fund agricultural production inputs for this year's summer and winter seasons, the state-news agency SUNA said Sunday.Saudi Arabia has committed to contributing $3...
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Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam: 'all Options Open', Egypt Warns After Another Collapse In Talks

Ethiopia has long been deadlocked in a Nile dam spat with Sudan and Egypt, who fear that Addis Ababa's mega hydroelectric project will reduce their access to water.
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Alsarah & The Nubatones – “men Ana”

The singer and ethnomusicologist Alsarah was born in Sudan, and her family left the country during the military coup of 1989, when she was a small child. Alsarah and her family eventually settled in the US, and she’s been leading the band...
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Sudan's Cabinet Votes To Remove Anti-israel Law

Sudan's Cabinet approved a bill Tuesday that will roll back a 63-year-old law that strained relations between the country and Israel, according to a statement.  The decision aimed at repairing diplomatic and trade ties with the Jewish state comes...
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Egypt, Sudan Say No Progress In Talks Over Ethiopia’s Dam

Egypt and Sudan say the latest round of talks over Ethiopia’s massive dam have failed
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Tribal Clashes Kill More Than 50 In Sudan’s West Darfur State

Authorities in Sudan say at least 50 people are dead and more than 100 others injured after three days of clashes between ethnic groups in West Darfur. Sudan's military has vowed to restore peace to the region.The clashes between Arab and Masalit...
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Sudan's Government Votes To Repeal 1958 Israel Boycott Law

Sudan agreed to normalise relations with Israel in late 2020 after receiving promises of sanctions relief from Washington, as well as America's commitment to remove Khartoum from the State Department's list of "state sponsors of terrorism."
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Syria: Three Women And A Man Stoned To Death Under Sharia, One For Adultery

Barbaric acts such as stoning are still practiced in countries including Iran, the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Qatar, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, northern Nigeria, Afghanistan, Brunei, and parts of Pakistan. This is because they...
Related topics: Syria, Iran, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Yemen, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan

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Us Receives $335 Mln From Sudan In Compensation For Attacks

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States has received a payment of more than $300 million from Sudan to compensate victims of attacks on two American embassies and the USS Cole as well as the killing of a US diplomat, Secretary of State Anthony...

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Separation Of Religion And State Declared By Revolutionary Sudan’s Once-muslim Fundamentalist...

Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) – The Sudan Tribune reports that Sudan cemented the separation of religion and state on Sunday. Military leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan signed a declaration of principles with one of two remaining rebel groups who...
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Sudan, Rebel Group Sign Agreement On Separation Of Religion And State 

The Sudanese government and a major rebel group from its southern Nuba Mountains on Sunday signed a document which paves the way for a final peace agreement by guaranteeing freedom of worship to all while separating religion and the state.  The...

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Sudan Normalizes Relations With World Bank 

Sudan is celebrating the normalization of its relations with the World Bank Group after significantly reducing its debt with the help of a U.S. bridge loan. A virtual celebration was broadcast Friday on national TV, featuring officials of the World...
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In Sudan’s Sweltering Camps, Refugees From Tigray Dream Of Independence From Ethiopia

The steady stream of horror stories pouring out of Ethiopia has hardened the belief that only two options remain: scrape by on humanitarian aid or return to Tigray to fight for its independence.
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Naval Forces Of Saudi Arabia, Sudan Begin Al-fulk 4 Drills In Red Sea, Defence Ministry Says

DOHA (Sputnik) - The naval forces of Saudi Arabia and Sudan have launched the joint Al-Fulk 4 drills at the Saudi King Faisal Naval Base in the port city of Jeddah on the Red Sea, the Saudi Ministry of Defence has announced.
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Face Of Sudan’s Democratic Transition ‘is Female And It Is Young’, Says Un Agency Chief

The head of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has called for increased international support for peace and stability in Sudan, highlighting that investing in the country’s youth and women, is investing in the nation’s future. 

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Russia's Corvette Stoikiy Arrives At Port Sudan – Sources

KHARTOUM (Sputnik) – Russia’s corvette Stoikiy has entered Port Sudan, two high-ranking sources at the port told Sputnik.
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From The Field: Solar Power Lights Up Sudanese Refugee Camp

In eastern Sudan, renewable energy is being trialled as a power source in UN-run refugee camps, where an influx of thousands of people fleeing conflict in Ethiopia is putting a strain on local resources, and host communities.
Related topics: Solar Power, Ethiopia

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Sudan’s Progressive, Secular Revolutionary Government Faces Food Riots And Ethnic Violence

By Andrew E. Yaw Tchie | – Sudan’s political transition is in a precarious phase. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok’s government is facing a wide variety of challenges, including protests over the price of goods and commodities, and a...
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Sudan Took Important Step, But Now Should Send The Icc Suspects To The Hague

Displaced people living in Ardamata camp in El Geneina, capital of West Darfur, welcoming the start of proceedings in the case against “Janjaweed” militia leader Ali Kosheib at the International Criminal Court. Photos courtesy of Radio Dabanga...
Related topics: International Criminal Court, World Photos

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