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October 2021
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Deaths related to gun violence increased by 67 percent in August compared to July.
Inter-communal violence leaves 30 dead, 80 wounded in South Sudan - The East African
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It called for stability in the country
UAE following developments in Sudan closely: Official - Khaleej Times
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The capture of state resources has helped keep President Kiir and his allies, but at great cost to the population and prevents a broader political settlement and stability.
Will Salva Kiir end secrecy in South Sudan graft-riddled oil sector? - The East African
1 month
Hunger crisis prompts £250,000 funding from Scottish Government.
Humanitarian aid for South Sudan - - Scottish Government News
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CAIRO (AP) — Sudan's deposed prime minister and his wife were allowed to return home Tuesday, a day after they were detained when the military seized power in a coup, according to a statement issued by his office.
Sudan's prime minister, detained after coup, returns home - Associated Press
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Sudan’s military seized power Monday, arresting Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and other officials of the transitional government.
Sudan coup: UN set for emergency meeting after military seize power - Euronews
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English Analysis on Sudan and 9 other countries about Agriculture, Education, Drought, Epidemic and more; published on 22 Feb 2021 by OCHA
Sudan Humanitarian Needs Overview 2021 (December 2020) - Sudan - ReliefWeb
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For decades, Sudan—while under the rule of former dictator Omar al-Bashir—suffered from economic mismanagement and corruption. Since the overthrow of the former regime in 2019, the transitional government has yet to transparently address the country’s inherited issues in the banking and financial sectors. The latest briefing, from The Centry published last week, asserts that in order to rebuild the country’s economy, mitigate risks, and encourage foreign investment, banking reform must be prioritised.
The Sentry: 'Sudan must prioritise banking reform' - Radio Dabanga
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Burhan announced a state of emergency, saying the armed forces needed to protect safety and security. | World News
Seven killed, 140 injured in protests following coup in Sudan: Official - Hindustan Times
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Seven people were killed and ten others injured west of Delling in northern South Kordofan on Friday. Abdelrahim Kounda reported to Radio Dabanga that a group of armed men ambushed a tractor with a trailer loaded with passengers on Friday. They were travelling from Abu Janouk to Wali, west of Delling town. The attackers shot at them, killing seven. Ten others were wounded. The wounded were taken to the area of Teima for treatment, Kounda said. “Such violent incidents are happening very regularly these days,” he explained. “They can be attributed to old, existing tensions between the local population, mostly consisting of Nuba farmers, and Misseriya herders over pastures.”
Seven Sudanese shot dead by armed robbers near Delling - Radio Dabanga
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English Infographic on Sudan about Contributions, Education and more; published on 31 Aug 2021 by OCHA
Sudan: Humanitarian Dashboard - Q2(January - June 2021) - Sudan - ReliefWeb
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At least 125 people were killed this month when Arab and Masalit tribesmen fought running street battles in the Sudanese city of El Geneina. Norwegian Refugee Council Secretary-General Jan Egeland warns this new violence must be addressed.
Darfur's return to war would spell disaster for Sudan - CNN
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Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Budget, Facebook, Sudan: Your Monday Evening Briefing - The New York Times
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Civilian and military leaders were supposed to share power after a popular uprising in 2019 overthrew a decades-long dictatorship. On Monday the military detained the civilian prime minister.
Sudan’s Military Seizes Power, Casting Democratic Transition Into Chaos - The New York Times
1 month
Crowds protested into the night in Sudan Monday to denounce a military coup, with chaos engulfing the capital Khartoum after soldiers opened fire on demonstrators and reportedly killed three people.
Sudanese protest into night after general ousts government -
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The Biden administration, calling for immediate restoration of the transition government, froze $700 million in direct aid.
U.S. Halts Aid to Sudan Government After Coup - The New York Times
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration on Monday suspended $700 million in financial assistance to Sudan following a coup in the African nation that U.S.
US condemns Sudan coup, suspends $700 million in aid - Associated Press
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(Reuters) - Following are international reactions to the seizure of power by the military in Sudan, where soldiers arrested most of the members of the cabinet on Monday and a military officer dissolved the transitional government.
International reaction to the seizure of power by Sudan's military - The Star Online
1 month
The U.S. Embassy in Sudan is advising Americans to shelter in place amid an apparent military coup in the country and warning that flights are grounded.
US Embassy in Sudan warns Americans to 'shelter in place' amid apparent coup | TheHill - The Hill
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WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is suspending $700 million in emergency assistance to Sudan following a coup in the African nation. State Department spokesman Ned Price said the full amount of the aid package had been put on “pause” pending a review of the developments in Khartoum.
The Latest: UN Security Council to discuss Sudan on Tuesday - Associated Press
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CAIRO (AP) — Sudan’s military seized power Monday, dissolving the transitional government hours after troops arrested the prime minister, and thousands flooded the streets to protest the coup that threatened the country’s shaky progress toward democracy.
Sudan's military takes power in coup, arrests prime minister - Associated Press
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A U.S. envoy underlined Washington's support for a democratic transition to civilian rule in Sudan on Saturday during talks with the head of its ruling council and the prime minister, the U.S. embassy in Khartoum said.
US meets Sudanese leaders to reaffirm support for democracy - Reuters
2 months
Hundreds of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators march in Khartoum and other cities
Protesters take to the streets demanding full civilian rule in Sudan - The Guardian
2 months
From Washington to Moscow, Tehran to Ankara, Sudan's strategic Red Sea ports, blockaded for a month by protesters, have long been eyed by global powers far beyond Africa's borders. 
Sudan’s key Red Sea ports coveted by regional powers -
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Protesters say post-dictatorship interim government has failed them politically and economically
Pro-military protesters turn out for second day in Sudanese capital - The Guardian
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The closure of ports and highways in Red Sea state continued for the 27th day. A delegation from the UN Integrated Mission to Support the Transition in Sudan (UNITAMS) arrived on Wednesday in Port Sudan to hold meetings with the Governor of Red Sea state, Abdallah Shangarai, and the protestors.
Sudan: UNITAMS Delegation Calls for Dialogue to Break Eastern Sudan Track Impasse -
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The World Bank and IMF have decided to step back a little from monitoring the political transition in Sudan now that the country is part of the heavily indebted poor countries initiative and
SUDAN : World Bank and IMF dial back their involvement in Sudan's political transition - Africa Intelligence
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South Sudan President Salva Kiir has visited Cairo to discuss Egypt’s Nile dam dispute with Ethiopia as well as bilateral relations and trade.
Egypt, South Sudan presidents discuss Ethiopian Nile dam - The New Arab
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Refugees have filled critical roles during the pandemic - including Haytham Yacoub, a...
From Sudan to driving truck across US - Times Union
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Displaced people in Darfur have expressed their dissatisfaction with "the failure" of the Sudanese transitional government to implement the provisions of the Juba Peace Agreement. According to the Council of Ministers, more resources are required for the implementation.
Sudan: Darfur Displaced - 'Not Even 1 Percent of the Juba Peace Agreement Has Been Implemented' -
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The Human Rights Council this morning discussed the situation of human rights in South Sudan, Cambodia and Sudan under its agenda item on technical assistance
Human Rights Council Discusses Situation of Human Rights in South Sudan, Cambodia and Sudan under its Agenda Item on Technical A
September 2021
2 months
White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan in talks with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and other officials emphasized President Joe Biden’s support for a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians, a senior administration official said on Wednesday.
U.S. and Egyptian officials discussed two-state solution, Tunisia, Sudan and more -official - Reuters
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KHARTOUM – Sudan’s government reached an
Sudan protesters agree to resumption of South Sudanese oil exports - Euronews
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Sudan's military said on Sunday it had repelled an attempted incursion by Ethiopian forces in the border area between the two countries.
Sudan says it repelled attempted incursion by Ethiopian forces - Reuters
3 months
Officials and military sources say a group of officers had tried to occupy state media building
Sudan coup attempt has failed, government says - The Guardian
3 months
The Darfur genocide in Sudan received widespread media coverage across the world and led to the arrest of the country’s former leader, Omar al Bashir. Traveling by car, by donkey, and on foot, Special Correspondent Benedict Moran and video journalist Jorgen Samso visited a rebel stronghold in Darfur’s remote Jebel Marra mountains. There, they found rebels unwilling to put down their guns, and isolated communities for whom the war has never ended.
In remote Sudan, the Darfur war remains present - PBS NewsHour
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Despite setbacks and challenges, Sudan continues its transition towards democracy, the head of the UN special political mission in the country told the Security Council on Tuesday. |
UN mission responding to evolving needs in Sudan transition process - UN News
3 months
Sudan's military 'dominant' despite power-sharing deal
Sudan's military 'dominant' despite power-sharing deal - FRANCE 24
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Sudan summoned Ethiopia's ambassador to Khartoum to inform him that 29 corpses found on the banks of a river abutting Ethiopia were those of Ethiopian citizens from the Tigray ethnic group, Sudan's foreign ministry said.
Sudan summoned Ethiopia's ambassador over 29 bodies found in river - Reuters
August 2021
3 months
Ten years after independence, the world’s youngest country is racked by political infighting, falling oil output and a risk of famine
South Sudan's 'wasted' decade: 'We have been at war for far too long' - Financial Times
4 months
Sudan's premier says will keep pushing for peace in Ethiopia
Sudan's premier says will keep pushing for peace in Ethiopia - FRANCE 24
4 months
Sudan recalled its ambassador to neighbouring Ethiopia on Sunday, frustrated by the stance of Ethiopian officials whom it said were refusing Sudan's offer to mediate in the ongoing conflict in Tigray.
Sudan recalls ambassador to Ethiopia after mediation offer rejected - Reuters
July 2021
June 2021
5 months
For 17-year-old Wa'ad, frequent power cuts in Sudan's capital have meant struggling to revise for secondary school exams by candlelight on many nights.
Worsening power cuts show depth of Sudan's economic challenge - Reuters
May 2021
7 months
One of only two women on Sudan's ruling Sovereignty Council said on Saturday she had resigned, accusing the military-dominated transitional government of ignoring civilian voices.
Woman on Sudan's ruling council quits, saying civilians are being ignored - Reuters
7 months
Continued international support for Sudan is critical as the country undergoes a historic political and economic transformation, UN Secretary-General António Guterres told a major investment conference in Paris on Monday.  |
Invest in Sudan's peaceful and sustainable future, UN chief tells Paris conference - UN News
March 2021
8 months
Freedom of information data will increase calls for country to be granted debt amnesty
Four-fifths of Sudan's £861m debt to UK is interest - The Guardian
February 2021
10 months
As famine warnings are triggered and food is stolen from markets, the government blames supporters of ousted president al-Bashir
Sudan declares states of emergency after protests over soaring food prices - The Guardian
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The Republic of Sudan, () Jumh?r?yat al S?d?n, is a country in northeastern Africa.
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