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‘Historic agreement’ signed by Sudan govt, armed groups in Juba | Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government and the Sudan Revolutionary Front rebel alliance initialled a comprehensive peace agreement in the South Sudan capital of Juba yesterday. The agreement includes eight protocols for the five tracks (Darfur, the Two Areas, central Sudan, eastern Sudan, … Continue reading

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Sudan peace talks: 7 protocols signed in Juba | Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government delegation and members of the Sudan Revolutionary Front rebel alliance on Friday evening signed the Darfur track file, consisting of seven protocols, in preparation for the final signing scheduled for Monday in the presence of Sudan’s Prime … Continue reading

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Sudan peace negotiations coming to a close – Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government delegation to the peace negotiations in the South Sudan capital of Juba and the Darfur rebel movements have agreed to unify their negotiating positions on the security arrangements file. Khartoum and the UN-AU Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) … Continue reading

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Seven Sudan sit-ins cease | Radio Dabanga

Seven sit-ins in Sudan calling for security and stability, justice, and better basic services have been lifted after the authorities promised to meet their demands. Protest vigils continue in North Darfur, South Kordofan, White Nile state, Red Sea state, El … Continue reading

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Civilian governors appointed for Sudan’s 18 states | Radio Dabanga

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok announced the names of the new civilian state governors. Two of them are women. In a televised press conference at the Council of Ministers in Khartoum on Wednesday evening, Hamdok described the appointment of … Continue reading

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Sudan’s anti-corruption committee seizes funds | Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese anti-corruption committee instructed funds, accounts, movables, assets and real estate to be seized from several money transfer companies in Sudan. Ousted President Omar Al Bashir received $20 million a month on his personal bank account, the committee discovered. … Continue reading

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Juba peace talks: Agreement on Darfur natural resources | Radio Dabanga

The Sudanese government and the armed movements, negotiating a peace deal in Juba, agreed that the government will allocate 40 per cent of Darfur’s natural resources such as oil and minerals to Darfur itself over the coming 10 years. Source: … Continue reading

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Sudan govt seizes assets of Islamic movement leaders | Radio Dabanga

Sudan’s Anti-Corruption Committee has confiscated 79 real estate properties that were illegally acquired by leading members of the country’s Islamic movement during the regime of ousted President Omar Al Bashir.The value of the seized funds is estimated at $1.20 billion. … 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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