Fears about Sudan's Darfur after 160 killed in days of fighting
January 19, 2021
KHARTOUM (AFP) – The latest inter-ethnic violence to rock Sudan's restive Darfur left over 160 dead on Tuesday, after 83 died in separate weekend clashes -- and following shortly after a peacekeeping mission ended operations.
November 17, 2020
Putin, extending Russian footprint, approves new naval facility in Sudan
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin on Monday approved the creation of a Russian naval facility in Sudan capable of mooring nuclear-powered surface vessels, clearing the way for Moscow’s first substantial military foothold in Africa since the Soviet fall.
October 24, 2020
Iran says US-brokered Sudan-Israel deal secured by 'ransom'
DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran’s foreign ministry on Saturday described a US-brokered Sudan-Israel deal to normalise ties as “phoney” and accused Khartoum of paying a ransom in return for Washington removing
September 1, 2020
Sudan signs peace deal with key rebel groups, some hold out
JUBA (Reuters) - Sudan’s power-sharing government signed a peace agreement with key rebel groups on Monday, a step towards resolving deep-rooted conflicts from the long rule of ousted leader Omar
August 19, 2020
Sudan denies reports of peace talks with Israel
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan denied reports of possible peace talks with Israel, a week after an announcement it was normalising diplomatic ties with Tel Aviv. Haydar Sadig, the ministry’s spokesman, made
July 29, 2020
Sudan peace talks offer little hope for protesters in Darfur
KHARTOUM/DUBAI (Reuters) – Efforts to bring stability to Sudan’s conflict-ridden Darfur region have failed to reassure residents fearful of rising violence which has cast a shadow over peace negotiations. The fall
July 24, 2020
Sudan finds mass grave believed to have bodies of officers executed by Bashir
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan has found a mass grave that most likely contains remains of 28 army officers executed in 1990 for plotting an attempted coup against the former President