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.
Dissent is prevalent across the country and it is being manifested in the shape of occasional protests. Last September, the general-turned-president Abdel Fattah el Sisi’s repressive government faced a major protest, too.
Crude oil prices plunge over expectations for less demand during the pandemic just as more supply from Libya becomes available.
Civil unrest in eastern Libya's Benghazi is a strong signal that cracks are beginning to appear in Khalifa Haftar's strongholds.
Sudan's Transitional Military Council says its head General Abdel Fattah al Burhan and Justice Minister Abdelbari are flying to UAE, where, according to an Axios report, an agreement with Israel is on the agenda.
Algeria will never be part of any agreement to normalise relations with Israel, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has said.
Sudan's transitional government, in charge since the toppling of Omar al-Bashir last year, has been pushing to get off the US list, which hinders its ability to access foreign loans to tackle an economic crisis.
Chanting "Palestine is not for sale," protesters in the capital Rabat wave Palestinian flags and urge their government not to follow UAE and Bahrain who signed diplomatic pacts with Israel.
Khalifa Haftar said his militias would let oil production resume after an eight-month blockade and a senior politician in Tripoli said a committee would be formed to ensure fair distribution of revenues.
Sarraj’s resignation might be designed to pave the way for a new reconciliation process between the Tripoli government and the Tobruk-based eastern political forces.
The head of Libya’s UN-supported and internationally recognised government says that he wants to hand over power to a new administration in October amid talks on ending the country’s conflict.
Experts say the Tobruk-based government's resignation erodes warlord Khalifa Haftar's political leverage against the internationally recognised Libyan government.
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