Sudanese protesters wave banners calling for freedom, justice, and peace on second anniversary of the uprising against the Omar al Bashir's regime.
At least one protester was killed and several others were injured in protests that came days after President Donald Trump announced the US would remove Sudan from its terrorism list.
The casualties were all protesters who had been demonstrating in the city of Kassala in support of the provincial governor, who was sacked earlier this week.
A high-level Sudanese delegation and US officials have discussed the role Sudan is "expected to play" in the future of Arab-Israeli peace. The removal of Israel's former foe from a list of terrorism sponsors also featured in the talks in UAE.
Negotiating an end to the rebellions in Sudan’s far-flung provinces has been a crucial goal for the transitional government.
At least 90 people have died and tens of thousands of homes have been destroyed in Sudan due to heavy flooding in recent days.
Omar al Bashir, 76, could face the death penalty if convicted for overthrowing then PM Sadek al Mahdi's government.
Ankara responds to call on social media from Mehmet Hanefi Aydin's children to bring back the 55-year-old who was not provided coronavirus treatment in Sudan.
The UN’s most powerful body has been meeting by video because of Covid-19, which has hit New York City, where the UN has its headquarters, exceedingly hard.
Suspicions have turned to some of the country’s top generals, who aren't comfortable with the prospect of civilian rule ahead of the country’s first free elections next year.
The attack on Hamdok, a seasoned economist named premier last August, injured no one
and took place in the Kober district of northeast Khartoum while underlining the fragility of Sudan's transition to civilian rule.
Nearly a year after Omar al Bashir’s ouster, the country faces a dire economic crisis. Inflation stands at a staggering 60 percent and unemployment rate 22.1 percent in 2019, according to the International Monetary Fund.
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