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Sudan orders arrest of former foreign minister over 1989 coup – Middle East Monitor

The Sudanese prosecutor’s office on Tuesday ordered the arrest of former foreign minister Ali Karti for his role in the 1989 coup which brought Omar al-Bashir to power. It said in a statement that Karti’s assets would be frozen and … Continue reading

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Sudan PM Abdalla Hamdok survives assassination attempt – BBC News

An explosion hit Abdalla Hamdok’s motorcade as he was on his way to work in the capital, Khartoum. Source: Sudan PM Abdalla Hamdok survives assassination attempt – BBC News

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Foreign Affairs Committee Leaders Introduce Legislation to Support Sudan’s Democratic Transition – US House

March 6, 2020 Washington—Representatives Eliot L, Engel, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee; Michael McCaul, the Committee’s Ranking Member; Karen Bass, Chairperson of the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations; and Chris Smith, the Subcommittee’s Ranking … Continue reading

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Sudan Lifts Restrictions on Aid Agencies — VoA

KHARTOUM – Sudan’s transitional government has removed laws, rules and procedures that hampered the ability of humanitarian relief organizations to operate in the country.  The move is being welcomed by relief agencies that say humanitarian aid access is needed to … Continue reading

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The Georgetown Student Who Became Justice Minister of Sudan — Washington Post

He was preparing for life as an academic. A new government in his homeland had bigger plans for him. Sudanese Minister of Justice Nasredeen Abdulbari at work. (Photos by Rebecca Hamilton) By Rebecca Hamilton February 5, 2020 Late last summer, … Continue reading

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Radio Dabanga delegation ends first official visit to Khartoum after 11 years in exile | Radio Dabanga

An enthusiastic crowd of hundreds of people gathered at Khartoum airport on the evening of January 17 to welcome a delegation from Radio Dabanga, led by editor-in-chef Kamal El Sadig, for the first time since the radio station was founded … Continue reading

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Sudan govt. rebels sign framework agreement in Juba | Radio Dabanga

Sudan’s transitional government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement faction under the leadership of Malik Agar (SPLM-N Agar) have signed a framework peace agreement in Juba. Both parties expressed their willingness to reach a comprehensive peace agreement before mid-February. Source: … Continue reading

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Sudan removes all restrictions on aid organisations — Radio Dabanga

Sudan has called upon international humanitarian aid organisations, including those expelled during the deposed Al Bashir regime, to return and carry out their humanitarian operations without restrictions. In a press statement on Friday, the Sudan Humanitarian Aid Commissioner, Abbas Fadlallah … Continue reading

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Sudan Sovereign Council Appoints 3 Ministers in Transitional Government | Asharq AL-awsat

Sudan’s government has appointed three new ministers, who were approved by its Transitional Sovereign Council on Monday. Mohamed al-Faki, Council member and spokesman, said General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, chairman of the ruling sovereign council, has appointed Omer Gamar Eldin Ismail … Continue reading

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Breakthrough on Darfur in Sudan peace negotiations | Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government and the Sudan Revolutionary Front rebel alliance achieved a breakthrough on Darfur during the peace negotiations in Juba, South Sudan, today. They reached agreement on fundamental issues such as accountability, reparations, and the establishment of a special … Continue reading

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