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Exclusive: Sudan needs up to $5 billion in budget support to prevent collapse

Nov 11 2019

KHARTOUM Sudan needs up to $5 billion in budget support to avert economic collapse and launch reforms after the ouster of veteran ruler Omar al-Bashir, its finance minister told Reuters. | Video

Sudan, rebel groups agree on roadmap for peace talks

Oct 18 2019

JUBA/KHARTOUM Sudan and a major rebel group agreed on Friday to a roadmap that will allow suspended peace talks to resume, giving new impetus to efforts by the government to end multiple conflicts around the country, the two sides said.

Sudan risks counter coup without deal on transition: opposition leader

Apr 25 2019

KHARTOUM Sudan could face a counter coup if military rulers and the opposition do not reach agreement on a handover of power to civilians, leading opposition figure and former prime minister Sadiq al-Mahdi said on Thursday.

Toppled Bashir moved from residence to Khartoum's Kobar prison: relatives

Apr 17 2019

KHARTOUM Deposed ex-Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been moved to Khartoum's grim high-security Kobar prison from the presidential residence, family sources said on Wednesday, as military rulers announced steps to crack down on corruption. | Video

Sudanese police fire tear gas at stone-throwing protesters

Jan 10 2018

KHARTOUM, Jan 10 Police in the capital of Sudan fired tear gas on Wednesday to disperse stone-throwing students protesting against a doubling of bread prices.

Revived U.S. travel ban sows confusion, anger in Middle East

Jun 28 2017

ANKARA/KHARTOUM A U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing partial implementation of President Donald Trump's travel ban has stirred anger and confusion in parts of the Middle East, with would-be visitors worried about their travel plans and their futures.

Revived U.S. travel ban sows confusion, anger in Middle East

Jun 28 2017

ANKARA/KHARTOUM A U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing partial implementation of President Donald Trump's travel ban has stirred anger and confusion in parts of the Middle East, with would-be visitors worried about their travel plans and their futures.

Sudan ratifies ban on Egyptian farm and animal product imports

May 30 2017

KHARTOUM Sudan's cabinet has approved a ban on importing agricultural and animal products from Egypt, Sudan's state news agency SUNA said on Tuesday, escalating trade tensions between the neighbors.

Hundreds protest in Sudan capital after student shot dead

Apr 27 2016

KHARTOUM Unidentified gunmen shot dead a Sudanese student on Wednesday during a university campus demonstration and his funeral turned into an anti-government protest involving hundreds of students, eyewitnesses said.

China urges South Sudan ceasefire as peace talks stutter

Jan 06 2014

ADDIS ABABA/KHARTOUM China, the biggest investor in South Sudan's oil industry, called on Monday for an immediate ceasefire in the world's newest state, as rebel and government negotiators haggled over the scope of peace talks meant to end three weeks of fighting.

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