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Ethiopia And Sudan Urge Cooperation To Stop Border Violence

Ethiopia says a recent violent incident that flared up along the border with Sudan should be addressed by diplomatic discussions
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Sudanese Diplomat Dies From Covid-19 

Sudan’s Ambassador to Uganda Najwa Abbas Gadaeldam died Wednesday from COVID-19 in Khartoum. Abbas helped shape Sudan's foreign policy, and she promoted bilateral ties between Sudan and several countries.Abbas served as Sudan’s ambassador to...
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U.s. Supreme Court Rules Victims Of Jihad Bombings In Sudan In 1998 Can Sue For Billions

A victory for victims of jihad terror: “The Supreme Court sided Monday with victims of Al Qaeda’s 1998 attacks on U.S. embassies in Africa, ruling unanimously that they were eligible for punitive damages from Sudan, which was found to have...
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Guterres Encourages Member States To Reach Agreement Over Ethiopian Nile Dam Project

UN chief António Guterres is encouraging Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to persevere with efforts to overcome their differences and reach agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
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Tuesday Round-up

Yesterday the court issued a unanimous opinion in Opati v. Sudan, holding that the current version of the terrorism exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act allows punitive damages for preenactment conduct. Amy Howe analyzes the opinion...
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6 Month Extension Of Unifsa Mandate Welcomed

Alor Koul, chief administrator for Abyei, reacted positively Monday to word that the United Nations Security Council extended the mandate for Abyei for six months, but cautioned that renewing the U.N. mandate will not alone solve the dispute...

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Supreme Court Sides With Families Of Embassy Bombing Victims In Sudan Lawsuit

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with families of the victims of the 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, clearing the way for their lawsuit against Sudan.
Related topics: Lawsuits, Kenya, Tanzania

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Supreme Court Sides With Families Of Embassy Bombing Victims In Sudan Lawsuit

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with families of the victims of the 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, clearing the way for their lawsuit against Sudan.
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Live Blog Of Orders And Opinions (update: Completed)

We live-blogged on Monday, May 18, as the court released orders from the May 15 conference and its opinion in Opati v. Sudan. SCOTUSblog is sponsored by Casetext, the most intelligent way to search the law. The post Live blog of orders and opinions...

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Sudan Criminalizes Female Genital Mutilation, But This Move Is Unlikely To End The Practice

Why is this unlikely to end the practice of female genital mutilation in Sudan? Because female genital mutilation has justification in Islamic law, and Islamic law is considered divine law, superseding all human law. This story repeats the usual...

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Twenty Things That Caught My Eye Today: Sudan, Ethical Covid-19 Vaccine & More (april 30, 2020)

1. In a Victory for Women in Sudan, Female Genital Mutilation Is Outlawed A victory for humanity 2. Victims of Communism Day 2019 3. On...
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Sudan: Coronavirus Could Be Tipping Point For ‘untold Suffering’, Bachelet Urges Sanctions...

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government and people of Sudan could experience “untold suffering” unless donors act fast to shore up a country still in transition, the top UN human rights official warned on Tuesday.
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Un ‘fully Mobilized’ To Support The Sudanese People, Security Council Hears

The “exceptional circumstances” of the COVID-19 pandemic have impacted the peace process in Sudan as well as the drawing down of the United Nations mission there, the head of UN peacekeeping updated the Security Council on Friday.

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Sudan's Ruling Government, Opposition, Military Agree To Form Parliament In May – Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Sudan’s ruling government, the opposition, and the military have agreed to form a parliament and appoint civilian governors by the second week of May, the Sudan Tribune news portal reports on Sunday, citing leading officials.
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Coronavirus Restrictions Hamper Aid Access For Sudanese In Need

The United Nations and its partners are putting in place alternative plans to ensure the continuity of humanitarian assistance in Sudan, as measures taken by the Government to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are having an impact on aid access,...

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Sudan: Muslim Brotherhood Planned Jihad Attacks, Strengthening Case For Terrorist Designation

The Muslim Brotherhood’s plan for North America states: “The process of settlement is a ‘Civilization-Jihadist Process’ with all the word means. The Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] must understand that their work in America is a kind of...
Related topics: Muslim Brotherhood, Terrorism

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Sudan: Muslims Burn Down Two Christian Churches In The Past Month

Will the Islamophobia never end? “Two Churches Burned Down in Sudan Amidst Changes,” International Christian Concern, March 19, 2020: 03/19/2020 Sudan (International Christian Concern) – According to Radio Dabanga, two churches have...
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Sudan’s Transitional Government Abolishes Islamic Committees That Confiscated Church Properties

Finally, some good news for Sudan’s Christian population, which has suffered both racism and religious persecution for being Christian. Sudan’s transitional government was formed last August by the military and civilian protesters after...
Related topics: Religion, Military, Protests

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Sudan Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok Survives Assassination Attempt

Sudan Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on Monday tweeted he is "safe and in good shape" after an assassination attempt in the capital Khartoum. Hamdok was headed to his office when an explosion rocked his motorcade, injuring one security official,...

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Sudan's Pm Survives Assassination Attempt In Capital

Sudan's prime minister says he survived a “terror attack” after an explosion and gunfire targeted his motorcade in the capital of Khartoum

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