The Ministry of Foreign Affairs affirmed the UAE's faith in the brotherly Sudanese people's ability to overcome the challenges of the ongoing stage thanks to the constitutional, legal and political compromise that governs the transitional period.
Time and again the countries of the world that are termed as third world and underdeveloped, have proven that their thinking is more progressive than ‘developed’ countries (“A landmark Sudan pact will foster peace,” Oct 4, Gulf Today)
The long-awaited euphoria finally burst on the streets of Sudan on Saturday as the country signed a landmark peace deal aimed at ending decades of war. There was singing and dancing as Sudan’s government and rebel leaders prepared to ink the deal.
That the fighting between the two rival forces in Sudan – the army on the one hand, and the Rapid Support Forces (RSH), a militia-turned-political actor -- continue to fight despite the mediatory efforts made by Saudi Arabia and the United States shows that the two sides are fighting a political battle to gain control of the country as
There was a time when a military coup in a country like Sudan would have been accepted by the people rather passively and their protests would have remained mere murmurs. But not anymore. Call it the indirect effect of the Arab Spring of 2011. The anti-coup protests by
The simmering discontent in Sudan is on the boil once again and the unrest does not seem to end. Tens of thousands of people rallied in towns across Sudan on Monday, seeking to keep the pressure on military leaders who staged a coup in
The continuous anti-October coup protests in Sudan even after the civilian Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok has been reinstated on November 21 is worrisome. There has been an uneasy alliance between the military and civilian groups called Forces of Freedom and
Asma Mohamed Abdalla, a seasoned diplomat who was sacked decades ago by now ousted leader Omar Al Bashir, has become Sudan’s first female foreign minister as the country transitions to civilian rule.
Sudan’s new prime minister, Abdalla Hamdok, arrived in South Sudan on Thursday on his first official visit since becoming premier, declaring “the sky is the limit” for ties between the former foes.