Turkish President Recep Erdogan's close links with Omar Al-Bashir lay at the heart of Ankara's goals of expanding its influence and challenging Saudi Arabia in the East Africa region. However with the fall of Al-Bashir all could be in jeopardy, analysts warn.
Ouster of Al-Bashir Hurts Ankara's Regional Goals - Analysts
VOA, 30 April 2019
The recent ouster of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir after decades in power is threatening a key Turkish strategic project on the Red Sea. Read more »
President Erdogan Visits Sudan
What Al-Bashir's Removal Means for South Sudan's Fragile Peace
African Arguments, 30 April 2019
Sudan's former president was central to South Sudan's latest peace process. Elites in both countries may sense opportunity in his absence. Read more »
Opposition Discusses Role of Expected Civilian-Military Council
Opposition leaders in Sudan are discussing who will sit on a joint civilian-military council expected to run the country for the next two years. Military leaders who ousted… Read more »
It's a Man's World But Women Don't Seem to Think So
East African, 29 April 2019
Alaa Salah became the symbol of the protests in Sudan, standing for all the women who have been driving the movement forward. Could this demonstration of female force trigger an… Read more »
Sudan's military council and the opposition alliance have reached an agreement to form a joint civilian-military council to lead the country until the next election. The ... Read more »
Hundreds of people travelled on what activists call the 'freedom train' from the headquarters of Sudanese Railways in Atbara, River Nile State to Khartoum, to swell the numbers at ... Read more »
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