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Sudan’s political agreement fails to resolve difference over transitional parliament

KHARTOUM – The political agreement reached Wednesday between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) did not resolve the difference over the legislative council composition as it provides that every party sticks to its…

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Sudan’s ruling junta appeals court ruling to restore internet

KHARTOUM – Sudan’s presidency legal adviser has asked a high court in Khartoum on Sunday to reverse the decision to restore the Internet service for the mobile phone in the country. Yasir Mirghani, the secretary-general of the Sudanese Consumers Protection…

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Sudan’s opposition and military leaders reach power-sharing deal

NAIROBI — Sudan’s opposition and military leaders reached a power-sharing deal that would move the country toward elections in just over three years, a mediator from the African Union announced in the predawn hours of Friday morning.  The deal, while…

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Sudanese parties resume talks over transitional Sovereign Council

KHARTOUM – The Transitional Military Council (TMC) and Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) resumed direct talks on Wednesday over the sticking point of the presidency of the transitional Sovereign Council following huge efforts by the mediators to bring the…

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Sudan: Freedom House Condemns Military Attack on Peaceful Prodemocracy Protesters

Washington  –  Following the violent dispersal of peaceful protesters by Sudanese security forces in Khartoum, which resulted in multiple fatalities, Freedom House issued the following statement: “This is an unconscionable act by Sudanese security forces, including the notorious Rapid Support…

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African Union dispatches delegate to Sudan

KHARTOUM – The African Union (AU) has sent special envoy Mauritanian diplomat Mohamed El-Hassan Ould Labbat to Sudan following the political crisis the country has seen since the toppling of former President Omar al-Bashir. The Union said that the new…

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Businesses shut down, streets emptied in Sudan amid protests against President Omar al-Bashir

KHARTOUM – A one-day strike shuttered businesses and emptied streets in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum and other parts of the country on Tuesday, activists said, as pressure mounted on long-time autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down following more…

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