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Thousands Camp Outside Sudan’s Military Headquarters Demanding Civilian Rule

Protest leaders in Sudan say they’ll name a new civilian body this weekend – which they hope will take over power from the country’s ruling military council. Thousands of people are still camping out in front of the military...
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These Two African Strongmen Had A Good Week Even As Citizens Force Change In Sudan And Algeria

Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni have had a good week by recent standards for African strongmen leaders. Sisi, who first took office in 2014, could now rule Egypt until 2030 after the country’s parliament...
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The Ouster Of Sudan's President Has Done Little To Quiet Protesters

Steve Inskeep talks to CNN's Nima Elbagir about protesters, who after the ouster of their president, demand a transfer of powers from the army-led transitional council to a civilian government.
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Morning News Brief

After two years of investigating, the findings of the special counsel's probe into Russian election interference has been made public. And, the ouster of Sudan's president has not quelled protesters.
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How Women Are Leading The Sudanese Revolution

By Romy Haber | – ( Globalvoices.org) – Since December 2018, protests in Sudan that sparked over the tripled price of bread have turned into nationwide protests against the nearly three-decade rule regime of Omar Al Bashir. Finally, on...
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Sudan's Social Media Deemed Major Player In Bashir's Ouster 

Nadia Taha contributed to this report. WASHINGTON — Ousted President Omar al-Bashir and his government restricted popular social media platforms during protests against his government, but millions of Sudanese found ways to circumvent the...
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Us Will Support Transition In Sudan Led By Civilians

The United States supports a democratic and peaceful transition in Sudan led by civilians who represent all Sudanese, the State Department said on Thursday, as protesters in Khartoum kept up demands that the country's military hand over power to...
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Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Sudan And Libya Updates, Solutions For E-waste, Flood Response In Iran,...

At the top of the news agenda on Wednesday: updates on violence in Sudan’s Darfur and in Libya, how e-waste can become an employment opportunity, help for the 2 million affected by floods in Iran, and efforts to make the internet safer for...
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2 Bashir Brothers Arrested, Sudan's Military Rulers Say

Sudan's military rulers said Wednesday that two brothers of ousted President Omar al-Bashir have been arrested as part of a continuing campaign of arrests  against "symbols of the previous regime." A spokesman for the Transitional Military...
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Sudan: Ousted President Transferred To Prison Amid Calls He Faces Charges For Atrocities

The ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir has been transferred to a prison in the capital Khartoum according to officials. He was toppled in a coup last week after months of popular protests – and demonstrators have demanded he face charges...
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Violence On The Rise In Darfur Following Sudan Military Takeover, But Un Peacekeeping Mission...

Security across the volatile Darfur region of Sudan has deteriorated since last week’s military takeover in Khartoum, the UN Security Council heard on Wednesday, but the peacekeeping mission in Darfur has “remained vigilant” in the face of...
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Sudan's Military Orders Central Bank To Review Dubious Money Transfers – Reports

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Sudan’s military council chief Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan on Wednesday ordered the nation’s central bank to audit suspicious transactions for clues to potential fraud, state media said.
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Official: Us Open To New Path Toward Removing Sudan From Terror List

The United States will consider new ways to remove Sudan from its list of state sponsors of terrorism if it sees a fundamental change in its government and a commitment not to support terrorism, a State Department official said. The U.S....
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Moscow Recognises Sudan's New Authorities

Moscow recognises the new government of Sudan, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said in a statement.
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Sudan's Civilian Gov't To Decide If Bashir To Be Handed Over To Icc – Council

CAIRO (Sputnik) - A civilian government in Sudan will decide whether to hand ex-President Omar Bashir over to the International Criminal Court (ICC), a member of the ruling military council said on Tuesday.
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Songs Of Freedom: The Soundtracks Of Political Change In Sudan

By Mohamed A. Satti | – The uprising in Sudan has been vocal – and musical. “Tasqut bas!” – just fall, that’s all – was a commonly-used slogan by Sudanese as they revolted against military dictator Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year...
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African Union Threatens To Suspend Sudan After Coup

CAIRO (Sputnik) - The Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU) has threatened to suspend Sudan in the wake of last week's coup, calling on the military to hand over power to a transitional civilian-led political authority.
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Factbox: Leading Sudanese Security Figures

Officers who ousted President Omar al-Bashir from three decades in power have announced that a military council will run Sudan for a transitional period lasting up to two years, followed by elections. But the man who announced Bashir's ouster...
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In Algeria And Sudan, A Late Bloom Of The Arab Spring

Sometimes spring comes late — and what looks like spring might be a cruel illusion. It has been eight years since the Arab Spring raised hopes of democratic transformation across the Middle East. The results have been discouraging. Syria has...
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Sudan Protesters Rally To Thwart Attempt To Break Up Sit-in

protesters moved to block an attempt on Monday to break up a sit-in outside the Defence Ministry,
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