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.
The Kremlin is positioning itself as indispensable to Sudan while it bids to increase its sway over Africa and Muslim countries.
Rituals of Sufi orders worldwide are shaped by the environment in which they emerged. In Sudan, the Hamed el Nil is one of the most famous and well-attended rituals with people gathering from around the world to join this weekly ceremony.
Information Minister Faisal Saleh says the government and rebel groups in the restive Darfur region agree on the appearance of those wanted by the International Criminal Court before the tribunal, without specifically naming ex-leader Omar al Bashir.
Sudan's cabinet says country's leader General Abdel Fattah al Burhan gave no assurances to Israel's PM Netanyahu of ending Khartoum's decades-old boycott of Israel over its occupation of Palestinian lands.
Sudan declares end to mutiny after five people were wounded in gunfire in capital Khartoum in "rebellion" launched by several agents linked to toppled ruler Omar al Bashir against a restructuring plan, officials say.
This is the first verdict in a series of legal proceedings against Bashir, who is also wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and genocide linked to the Darfur conflict in the 2000s.
A gas tanker exploded at a ceramics factory in Khartoum on Tuesday, killing at least 23 people and injuring 45 more.
Omar al Bashir, who was overthrown by the army in April, has been on trial in a Khartoum court since August on charges of illegally acquiring and using foreign funds.
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