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Schools Shut Down as Children Gun Down in Sudan

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The unfortunate killing of innocent civilians and school children in El-Obeid has to lead to shut down of schools in Sudan. It has been reported that hundreds of children, many dressed in their school uniforms were seen waving Sudanese flags taking to the streets of Khartoum to protest these killings. …

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Sudan’s Alliance for Freedom and Change to visit Juba

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Sudan’s opposition alliance Sudan Call announced yesterday that the delegation of the Alliance for Freedom and Change will go to South Sudan tomorrow to meet with the President of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) Abdel Aziz Al-Helou. Khaled Bahr, a Sudanese spokesman, told the Anadolu Agency that the Delegation …

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Egypt Promises to Continue Work for a Peaceful Sudan

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Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi has expressed complete support from Cairo to South Sudan, providing all forms of support to establish a peaceful country. Sisi met with a number of South Sudanese officials including the presidential envoy Tut Gatluak along with many senior Egyptian officials as well, accompanied by Egyptian presidential …

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Sudan Might Welcome Civilian Governing Body

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Sudan might finally be able to look at a stable government, with Sudan’s ruling military council General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan having agreed with an Ethiopian envoy which visited the former, to come to a peaceful solution. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed visited Sudan recently, proposing the formation of a civilian-majority …

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Sudan And Turkey Remain Thick Despite Regional Unrest

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While Sudan’s civilian population is interested in a stable government to preside over a two-year transitional period, Turkey has been carefully moving in, to strengthen its bilateral relations with this oil-rich country. According to the Turkish Statistic Institute (TUIK), Turkey exported $360.8 million in goods and services to Sudan in …

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