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Sudan eyes economic recovery after planned US terror delisting

Khartoum - Sudan on Tuesday hailed US plans to remove it from its state sponsors of terrorism blacklist, saying the move would facilitate debt relief and pave the way to economic recovery.

After Sudan's peace deal, the hard task begins of gathering the guns

Khartoum - Sudan is celebrating a landmark agreement to end decades of war, but the first step to turn promises on paper into peace is also one of the most explosive -- disarmament.

Exiles return to rebuild post-Bashir Sudan

Khartoum - After 33 years in exile, El Sadig Mohamed gave up the easy life in Canada to return to help rebuild Sudan as it emerges from three decades of autocratic rule."After the revolution... I thought it's the right time to come back...

Sudan's 'silent death' from flesh-eating cuts

Khartoum - It seemed little to worry about: Sudanese farmer Khadija Ahmad was planting onions when she stepped on a thorn that pierced her sandal and cut her foot.

Highest Nile waters for a century swamp Sudan

Khartoum - On Sudan's Tuti Island, where the Blue and White Nile meet, the highest river waters since records began have left people struggling to hold back the rising floods.

Op-Ed: The big mail vote fraud that can’t happen, explained

Washington - For a guy who regularly accuses everyone of conspiracies, Trump has gone one step further – Predicting a mail vote conspiracy that can’t happen even in theory unless both parties are incredibly corrupt.

Sudan to launch mass polio vaccination after outbreak

Khartoum - Sudan is preparing a mass vaccination campaign against polio after an outbreak, the UN said Friday, days after the declaration of the eradication of wild poliovirus in Africa.

Sudan PM says government has no mandate to normalise Israel ties

Khartoum - Sudan's premier Abdalla Hamdok told Washington's top diplomat Tuesday that his government had no mandate to normalise ties with Israel and that any such move would come after the transitional period, a spokesman said.

Sudan PM tells Pompeo he has no mandate to normalise Israel ties

Khartoum - Sudan said Tuesday it cannot form diplomatic relations with Israel now, dashing hopes for a speedy breakthrough during a visit by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Gold-hunting diggers destroy Sudan's priceless past

Sheikh Habibullah - When a team of archaeologists deep in the deserts of Sudan arrived at the ancient site of Jabal Maragha last month, they thought they were lost. The site had vanished.But they hadn't made a mistake.

Sudan protests mark one year since post-Bashir deal

Khartoum - Sudanese protestors in the capital Khartoum on Monday called for "justice" and "peace" as they marked the one-year anniversary of a transitional government following the ouster of long-time autocrat Omar al-Bashir.

Families seek justice for Sudan's slain anti-Bashir plotters

Khartoum - After decades of searching for their loved ones' remains, the families of slain Sudanese officers who attempted a coup against strongman Omar al-Bashir are demanding the killers held accountable.

Darfur attacks seek to derail Sudan's fragile transition: analysts

Khartoum - A new bout of deadly violence in Sudan's ravaged Darfur region is an attempt to sabotage the country's fragile transition since last year's ouster of strongman President Omar al-Bashir, analysts say.

Fresh killings in Darfur as Sudan prepares to send troops

Khartoum - UN officials reported a fresh massacre of more than 60 people in Sudan's West Darfur, as the country's prime minister promised fresh troops for the conflict-stricken region.

Sudan finds bodies of 1990 coup plotters in mass grave

Khartoum - The bodies of 28 Sudanese army officers involved in a failed coup against former president Omar al-Bashir in 1990 have been found in a mass grave, prosecutors said on Thursday.

Sudan's ousted strongman Bashir goes on trial for 1989 coup

Khartoum - Sudan's former president Omar al-Bashir, ousted amid a popular pro-democracy uprising last year, went on trial Tuesday over the military coup that brought him to power more than three decades ago.

Sudan to try ousted Bashir over 1989 coup

Khartoum - Sudan's former autocratic president Omar al-Bashir, ousted amid a popular pro-democracy uprising last year, faces trial from Tuesday over the military coup that brought him to power more than three decades ago.

Sudan reels from drug shortages as virus spreads

Khartoum - As it battles mounting cases of coronavirus, Sudan is grappling with acute medicine shortages at a time of economic woes largely blamed on the policies of ousted president Omar al-Bashir.

Sudan says removal from US blacklist imminent as deal on 1998 bombings nears

Khartoum - Sudan's foreign minister said Tuesday that her country is nearing a deal with Washington to compensate the families of victims of deadly 1998 embassy bombings, paving the way to Khartoum's removal from a US terror blacklist.

Mass grave found of Sudanese conscripts killed in 1998: prosecutor

Khartoum - Sudan's public prosecutor announced Monday the discovery of a mass grave containing conscripts allegedly killed after trying to flee a military camp in 1998 under ousted president Omar al-Bashir's regime.
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