Sudan

A New Chapter For Sudan

With a dictator gone, a peace deal in place, and a historic joint civilian-military council sworn in, what's next for Sudan's economy?(Image credit: OZAN KOSE/AFP via Getty Images)
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Sudanese Hope Ethiopian Dam Ends Blue Nile Floods

The Blue Nile is a renegade river, according to Sudanese farmer Osman Idris, its unpredictable flooding swallows crops and houses as it crashes through Sudan from Ethiopia on its way to Egypt.
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Sudan Looks To Pyramids To Attract Tourism, Hard Currency

Portuguese architect Tania Monteiro and her husband are almost alone as they tour Sudan’s pyramids, a world-class attraction long neglected by the world.“People are really, really nice, always very welcoming,” Monteiro said on a recent visit...

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Un Report: Jordan, Uae, Turkey, Sudan Accused Of Violating Sanctions On Libya

Jordan, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey have repeatedly violated an arms embargo on Libya and it is "highly probable" that a foreign attack aircraft is responsible for a deadly strike on a migrant detention center, according to U.N. experts...
Related topics: Turkey, Libya, United Arab Emirates

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Sudan Coalition Wants Bashir Turned Over To Icc

Sudan's Forces for Freedom and Change Coalition (FFC) is urging the country's government to hand over former President Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.    The coalition, which represents several civilian and rebel...
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Trump Holds Talks With Foreign Ministers Of Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan

The foreign ministers of Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan met Wednesday in Washington with President Donald Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to discuss the Grand Ethiopia Renaissance Dam (GERD) on Ethiopia's Blue Nile.In a joint statement issued...
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Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Call For End To Haiti Violence, Palestine Refugee Agency Chief Resigns,...

A recap of stories this Wednesday: Statement by UN advisory group on Haiti’s crisis; Palestine refugee agency head steps down; Libya remains ensnared by violence; Cholera campaign to guard Sudan’s Khartoum; Pakistan’s Mahira Khan named UN...
Related topics: Haiti, Palestine, Libya, Cholera, Pakistan

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Cholera Prevention Efforts Underway To Protect Millions In Sudan’s Khartoum State

A campaign has got underway to prevent the spread of a deadly cholera outbreak to Sudan’s populous Khartoum state, home to more than eight million people, UN medics said on Wednesday.
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Over 245 Million Christians Are Persecuted Around The World, Some Are Being Killed, Mostly In...

The ten worst countries for Christians are North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya, Pakistan, Sudan, Eritrea, Yemen, Iran, and India. Hmmm. With the exception of North Korea, Eritrea (partially) and India, there is something all those countries...
Related topics: North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya, Pakistan, Eritrea, Yemen, Iran, India

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Houthis Demand Sudan Withdraw From Arab Coalition In Yemen

BEIRUT (Sputnik) - The Houthi movement has addressed Sudanese people to demand that their country withdraw from the Arab coalition in Yemen, urging them to look at heavy casualties their military is allegedly suffering.
Related topics: Yemen, Lebanon, Military

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How Did Africa Get Its Name?

"Africa" is just one of the ancient names that competed to define the entire continent.Geographical terms like Sudan, Maghreb, and Guinea have remarkably wide and changeable areas of application.Newly independent African nations sometimes adopted...
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Sudan’s Railway – Once Largest In Africa, To Get Back On Track?

Sudan once had the largest railway network in Africa, with most of the train-cars sourced from the United States.  But decades of negligence, economic troubles, and U.S. sanctions have crippled the railway and made Sudan reliant on Chinese-made...

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Egypt Says Washington To Host Nov. 6 Meeting On Ethiopia Dam Dispute

The Trump administration has invited Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia to a meeting in Washington on Nov. 6 to try to break the deadlock in negotiations over a giant hydropower dam on Ethiopia's Blue Nile, Egypt's foreign minister said on Tuesday.Earlier...
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Muslim Convicted Of Plotting Jihad Massacres At Un, Fbi Offices And Nyc Landmarks Deported To Sudan

If you want sane immigration controls for jihadi hotspots, you’re a “racist,” right? Never mind this fellow. Never mind Somali Muslim migrant Mohammad Barry, who in February 2016 stabbed multiple patrons at a restaurant owned by an...
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Sudan Activists Call For Protest To Disband Old Ruling Party

Sudanese activists are calling for mass protests in the capital, Khartoum, and elsewhere across the country to demand the disbanding of former President Omar al-Bashir's National Congress Party.   The Sudanese Professionals' Association, which...
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Darfur Victims Say For Sake Of Peace Bashir Must Face Icc

For Jamal Ibrahim, whose sisters were raped by militiamen in Darfur, only the handover of Sudan's ousted dictator Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court can bring peace to the restive Darfur region."Two of my sisters were raped in front...
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Venezuela, Poland And Sudan Amongst 14 New Human Rights Council Members

14 new members were elected to the Human Rights Council on Thursday, following a secret ballot held in the General Assembly Hall in New York.
Related topics: Venezuela, Poland, Human Rights

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Sudan Talks Delayed After Attacks In Nuba Mountains

The SPLM-North (Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North) faction based in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains suspended peace talks in Juba with Khartoum officials after military forces allegedly bombed several areas in the region and killed a sheik on...
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Sudan's First Female Chief Justice Wins Wide Acceptance

Sudanese citizens have largely embraced the sovereign council’s move to appoint Nemat Abdallah as Sudan’s first female chief justice, a first in the Arab world.Nemat Abdallah Mohammed Khair’s appointment is monumental not only for Sudan but...

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Internet Censorship In Sudan: Rethinking Laws And Tactics That Served An Authoritarian Regime

Prime Minister Hamdok signed a global pledge to media freedomAn internally displaced woman rides a bus back to her village in North Darfur. Photo by Albert Gonzalez Farran via United Nations/Flickr. For over thirty years, Sudan was ruled and...
Related topics: Censorship, World Photos, Flickr

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