October 22

October 21

  • Sudan: Ruling Party Selects Bashir for Polls

    Sudan Tribune

    Sudan's ruling National Congress Party's (NCP) Shura Council has selected president, Omer Hassan al-Bashir, as party candidate for the 2015 election. Read more »

  • Sudan: Campaign for Peaceful Harvest Concludes in West Darfur [press release]


    On 16 October 2014, UNAMID Civil Affairs Section concluded a peace campaign aimed at addressing potential conflicts between farmers and pastoralists at the Aish Barra... Read more »

  • Sudan: Sudan President Omar Al-Bashir in Cairo

    Ethiopia Government

    President Bashir arrived in Cairo on Saturday (October 18) for a two-day visit at the invitation of Egypt's President Abdel el-Sisi, during which the two leaders agreed to elevate... Read more »

  • Tunisia: Tunisia Invited to Arab-Russian Co-Operation Forum in Khartoum

    Tunis Afrique Presse

    Tunisia, on Tuesday, received an invitation from Russia to participate in the 2nd Arab-Russian Co-operation Forum scheduled for December 3 in Khartoum. Read more »

  • Sudan: Govt to Hold Regional Summit On Wednesday

    Sudan Tribune

    A one-day summit for the East African regional leaders will take place in the South Sudanese capital on Wednesday, the presidency announced. The president of Kenya, prime ministers... Read more »

  • Sudan: Govt Received Financial Support From Saudi Arabia - Minister

    Sudan Tribune

    The Sudanese investment minister, Mustafa Osman Ismail, has revealed that his government received financial support from Saudi Arabia following a recent visit of president Omer... Read more »

  • Sudan: Opposition Youth Leader Demands Kiir's Exit

    Sudan Tribune

    A South Sudanese youth leader from the armed opposition has demanded that president Salva Kiir exits power so that the country embarks on democratic reform processes. Read more »

  • Sudan: Sudan Speaks About Contacts With Rebel Commanders in Darfur

    Sudan Tribune

    Sudanese government Tuesday revealed contacts with rebel commanders in Darfur to arrange peace talks with them under the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD). Read more »

  • Sudan: Displaced Women Raped, Beaten in Central Darfur

    Radio Dabanga

    On Monday, two young displaced women were gang-raped in the area of Bala, north of Nierteti, in Central Darfur. On the same day, more than 22 women of Garsila camp were assaulted... Read more »

  • Sudan: More Darfuri Students Evicted in Sudan's Capital

    Radio Dabanga

    On Monday, 36 Darfuri women students were evicted from El Bashayir boarding house in Khartoum. A reason was not provided. In Khartoum North, hundreds of university students... Read more »

  • Sudan: 'Abu Tira' Ravage Part of Zamzam Camp in North Darfur

    Radio Dabanga

    This morning, a group of paramilitary Central Reserve Police forces ravaged a part of Zamzam camp for the displaced, south of El Fasher, capital of North Darfur. It was a revenge... Read more »

  • Sudan: EU Offers Support to Sudan's National Dialogue Process

    Radio Dabanga

    The EU is concerned about the ongoing conflicts in Sudan, and the violations of humanitarian and human rights laws. It offers to support the National Dialogue initiative, and... Read more »

  • Sudan: Doctors in Sennar, Eastern Sudan, Threaten to Strike

    Radio Dabanga

    On Sunday, the doctors of the Children's Hospital in Sennar, eastern Sudan, announced that they will embark on an open-ended strike, if their demands for a better work environment... Read more »

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