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Fight for Gender Equality at U.N. Faces Resistance, Report Says
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has inched up slightly in the eyes of women's groups who said on Wednesday he has delivered on some promises to make the global organization a feminist institution but faces a major backlash and resistance. The Feminist U.N. Campaign, a coalition of women's rights groups, advocates and U.N. staff, gave him a grade of B-, up from the C+ it gave him a year ago. The coalition launched its report card after the secretary-general said he would...

Wed, 23 Jan 2019 19:48:53 -0500


Congo's Kabila, on Eve of Leaving Presidency, Urges Unity
With less than 24 hours left in his rule, Congo's President Joseph Kabila urged the nation to “massively” support incoming leader Felix Tshisekedi after a disputed election that surprised the world by bringing an opposition leader to power. Kabila is stepping aside after more than two turbulent years of delayed elections as many Congolese feared he was seeking a way to stay in office. He praised Congo's 80 million people: “Thanks to your maturity, the elections unrolled amid...

Wed, 23 Jan 2019 19:02:30 -0500


Sudan's Bashir Visits Qatar While US Expresses Concern Over Arrests
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was in Qatar Wednesday to discuss aid for his embattled nation as the United States expressed concern over death, injuries and arrests of Sudanese citizens over four weeks of protests challenging Bashir's government. Bashir met with ruling emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, where the Qatar News Agency reported they discussed various topics including the war-torn western Sudan region of Darfur. Meanwhile in Khartoum, Sudan's oil...

Wed, 23 Jan 2019 14:58:40 -0500


The Acceptance of Democracy in Africa - Straight Talk Africa
In this episode of Straight Talk Africa; host Shaka Ssali explores the concept and acceptance of democracy in Africa. His guests are Kenneth K. Mwenda, Professor of Law at the University of Pretoria in South Africa, Azaz Elshami, Human Rights Advocate and from our London studio Prince Dickson Wasajja, International Lawyer and Envoy of the Ugandan main Opposition - the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) to the UK and the European Union.

Wed, 23 Jan 2019 13:30:00 -0500


Thousands of Nigerian Refugees Flee to Chad for Safety
The U.N. refugee agency says thousands of Nigerian refugees are fleeing to Chad to escape a surge of violence in northeastern Nigeria’s Borno state. Fierce clashes between government forces and armed militants from the radical Islamic group Boko Haram erupted in late December in Borno state’s Baga town, near the Chadian border. The U.N. refugee agency reports an estimated 6,000 Nigerian refugees have fled for their lives over the past month, many paddling across Lake Chad to reach...

Wed, 23 Jan 2019 11:52:35 -0500
Sudan and Southern Sudan: separate nations
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NAS rebels report three clashes with South Sudanese army

January 21, 2018 (JUBA) - The holdout National Salvation Front led by Thomas Cirilo (NAS-TC) during the past two days repulsed an attack by the South Sudanese government forces and clashed with them in two separate positions in Yei River and Jubek States.
NAS-TC-spokesperson Suba Samuel Manase said in a statement extended to Sudan Tribune that the government forces assaulted their position in Mukaya Payam, North of Yei town on Saturday 19 January.
Manase said the rebel forces clashed (...)

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South Sudan did not prosecute attackers of IGAD monitors

January 22, 2019 (JUBA) - South Sudan government did not conduct legal proceedings against soldiers who had attacked regional monitors December until now, said the head of the mentoring said on Tuesday.
Maj Gen Desta Abiche Ageno the head of Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring and Verification Mechanism (CTSAMVM) disclosed speech before the 3rd CTSAMVM Board Meeting in Juba on Tuesday.
On 18 December, four-member team had been detained for four hours in a facility (...)

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South Sudan resumes production of Unity oil fields

January 21, 2019 (JUBA) -South Sudan Monday officially resumed the production of the Unity oil fields by pumping 15,000 barrels a day, four months after the signing of a peace agreement that ended the five-year civil war.
"We are now producing 35,000 barrels a day (Unity Oilfields 15,000 barrels a day and Toma South Oilfields with 20,000 barrels a day)," said Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth, Minister of Petroleum during the ceremony at the field.
Gatkuoth was accompanied by his Sudanese counterpart (...)

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Sudan denies access to Darfur peacekeepers in Jebel Marra: report

January 22, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Darfur hybrid peacekeeping force (UNAMID) was not able to verify reported human rights violations and violence in the Greater Jebel Marra area, amid reports of clashes between the government and fighters of Sudan Liberation Movement Abdel Wahid (SLM-AW).
In a recent report to the UN Security Council dated on 14 January, seen by Sudan Tribune, the Secretary-General gave a gloomy picture about the situation in the troubled Jebel Marra area of Darfur region.
The (...)

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Sudan received economic assistance from the UAE: minister

January 23, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan's Minister of Oil, Gas and Minerals Azhari Abdel-Gadir on Wednesday said his country has received assistance from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and accepted offers of support from Russia and Turkey.
The Sudanese minister told Reuters on Wednesday that his government has received assistance from the UAE.
He added that “Russia and Turkey offered us assistance including fuel, wheat and others, and we accepted it as a normal matter between friendly countries (...)

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Sudan receives $24 million from South Sudan in oil transit fees

January 22, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan's Minister of Oil and Gas Azhari Abdel-Gadir said his country has received $24 million in fees from the export of about 1,200,000 barrels of South Sudan oil.
Sudan which also pumps the South Sudanese oil production until the Red Sea for exportation to the international market receives between $9 to 11 per barrel of oil.
The South Sudanese oil is currently sold for $61 per barrel.
On Monday, South Sudan Minister of Petroleum, Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth (...)

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Sudan says murdered doctor was shot in his back

January 21, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese ministry of health said that the Sudanese doctor killed in Burri suburb last Thursday was shot in his back.
In a press conference held on Sunday, Mahjoub Babikir a Forensic Medicine Specialist said that Babikir Abdel Hamid who was murdered during Burri protests was dissected to determine the cause of his death.
"He was shot by a weapon from a distance of 4 to 10 meters in the back, said Dr Mahjoub who added that he was wounded in the lung as a result (...)

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Sudan withdraws work permits from Arab TV channels journalists

January 21, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese authorities on Monday withdrew work permits from Sudanese and foreign journalists at the offices of Al Jazeera and Al Arabiya TV Satellite channels in Khartoum, as well as the correspondents of the Turkish Anadolu news agency.
The Sudanese authorities have been unhappy with the coverage of television channels of the over one-month protests in Khartoum and other cities since 19 December 2018.
The decision included Saad al-Din Hassan of the only (...)

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Sudan's al-Bashir accuses infiltrators of killing protesters

January 20, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese President Omer al-Bashir Sunday accused infiltrators and saboteurs of killing the demonstrators saying weapons used in the killings don't exist in Sudan.
Addressing an annual gathering of Sufi sects at Al-Kireida area in White Nile State, some 392 km southwest of the capital Khartoum, al-Bashir said infiltrators have exploited the protests to burn and destroy properties and kill the demonstrators.
“The doctor of Burri [neighbourhood] was killed (...)

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Sudan's al-Bashir returns from Qatar without immediate pledge of financial support

January 23, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Wednesday ended a two-day visit to Qatar, during which he briefed the Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani about the challenges facing his government.
Al-Bashir who is facing nationwide protests that began on 19 December arrived in Doha Tuesday hoping to receive financial support for his government.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the Qatari Emiri Diwan said the meeting discussed various developments in Sudan, and (...)

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Sudan's al-Bashir to visit Doha on Tuesday

January 21, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese President Omer al-Bashir on Tuesday would visit Qatar to meet with Emir Tamim bin Hamad, said the Qatar News Agency (QNA) on Monday
Since five weeks, Sudan's embattled leader has been facing ongoing street protests decrying worsening economic conditions and demanding that he step down.
In a phone conversation last December, Tamim has pledged support to the Sudanese government until it was able to overcome what he described as the “ordeal”. (...)

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Sudan, Jordan discuss military cooperation

January 23, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese Army's Chief of General Staff Kamal Abdel-Marouf on Wednesday has discussed with his Jordanian counterpart military cooperation between the two armies.
Following the talks Wednesday in Khartoum, Abdel-Marouf said the meeting discussed various areas of cooperation including security, intelligence, training, joint military exercises, counterterrorism and exchange of information.
He described the talks as fruitful, saying military cooperation between the (...)

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Sudan, Saudi Arabia discuss cooperation in transportation sector

January 21, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Sudan's Minister of Transportation, Hatim El-Sir, on Monday has discussed with his Saudi counterpart, Nabil Al-Amoudi, ways to enhance joint cooperation on the various transportation aspects.
According to a press release extended to Sudan Tribune, the two ministers discussed ways to promote joint cooperation on the air, maritime and land transportation as well as the development of smart ports and urban facilities along Sudan's pilgrimage route.
The Saudi (...)

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Sudanese court acquits college student accused of killing policeman

January 22, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - A court in Khartoum on Tuesday has acquitted, Asim Omer Khalifa, a university student accused of killing a policeman more than two years ago, said the opposition Sudanese Congress Party (SCoP)
Asim, 23-year-old and member of the SCoP was accused of killing an anti-riot policeman who died after a hit by a Molotov cocktail during the student protests in April 2016.
In September 2017, Khartoum North Criminal Court found Asim guilty of premeditated murder of a (...)

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Sudanese protesters take to streets in Omdurman without human casualties

January 20, 2019 (KHARTOUM) – Thousands of Sudanese Sunday took to the street in Khartoum's twin city of Omdurman as the security forces prevented them from reaching the parliament building and dispersed them without killing one of them.
The demonstrators in Omdurman who chanted slogans against the government of President Omer came out massively from the different neighbourhoods of the town despite the efforts of the security forces to prevent them from marching in the main streets leading (...)

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Sudan, map and flag from Wikipedia, below. Southern Sudan was part of this nation until 2011.
Location of  Sudan  (dark blue)– in Africa  (light blue & dark grey)– in the African Union  (light blue)
Southern Sudan, map and flag from Wikipedia, below. Declared itself an independent nation on Jul 9, 2011.
Pictures above, below and background: a conference called in Philadelphia, at Temple University, in Dec 2011, to bring together all factions involved in the ongoing Sudanese genocides and other human rights abuses  in Sudan and South Sudan. The convener, Dr Abdel Gabar Adam, founder of Darfur Human Rights and adviser to Sudan Sunrise, is sitting below, with his hands raised, addressing the speaker.
The Kingdom of Northern Sudan was proclaimed on June 16, 2014 by US Army veteran, former congressional candidate in Virginia and neo-colonist Jeremiah Heaton rocks. He maintains that 1300 square kilometers of desert was previously unclaimed by either Sudan or Egypt. He is not limited by his imagination; he wants to turn the land into a food-producing area to alleviate world hunger. However, I hope he knows that the other Sudans are not getting along, and I really hope there is no oil in his country of North Sudan.
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Police Fire Tear Gas at Protesters in Sudan
Demonstrators clashed with security forces on the streets of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, as they marched to the presidential palace to demand the resignation of President Omar al-Bashir. Some protesters and eyewitnesses reported that security forces had fired live rounds at them.

Thu, 17 Jan 2019 22:36:19 GMT


Sudan Protesters Met With Tear Gas on March to Presidential Palace
Demonstrators clashed with security forces on the streets of the capital in the latest demonstration against President Omar al-Bashir.

Thu, 17 Jan 2019 20:17:44 GMT


Marching Toward a Massacre
The people of Sudan need the world’s help to protect them from their genocidal president.

Thu, 17 Jan 2019 01:09:58 GMT


Saudi Arabia Denies Issuing American Weapons to Sudanese
Sudanese soldiers fighting for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen had told The Times that they had been issued weapons they believed were American.

Wed, 02 Jan 2019 22:59:05 GMT


On the Front Line of the Saudi War in Yemen: Child Soldiers From Darfur
Led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudis have used their oil wealth to outsource the war, primarily by hiring desperate survivors of Sudan’s conflict.

Fri, 28 Dec 2018 22:28:30 GMT


Sudanese Protests, After Days of Violence, Turn Anger Over Bread Toward Bashir
President Omar Hassan al-Bashir’s government is facing a crisis of legitimacy, analysts say, with inflation that leaves some Sudanese spending 40 percent of their incomes just on bread.

Mon, 24 Dec 2018 18:44:50 GMT


Nearly 132 Million People Will Need Aid, U.N. Says in 2019 Appeal
The U.N. is seeking about $25 billion, an increase of about 10 percent, even though relief agencies are becoming more efficient.

Tue, 04 Dec 2018 16:48:01 GMT


In Australia, a Sudanese Basketball League Finds Itself Sidelined by Racist Fears
The South Sudanese Australian National Basketball Association said it was forced to cancel a tournament after being unfairly linked to stories of gang violence.

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 07:45:29 GMT


A Thought Experiment at the Supreme Court Over How to Sue a Country
Sailors injured in the 2000 bombing of the destroyer Cole won a $314 million default judgment. It was at risk at the Supreme Court on Wednesday.

Wed, 07 Nov 2018 19:37:23 GMT


‘We Have to Fight’: Immigrants Win Reprieve, but Anxiety Over Deportation Lingers
Salvadorans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Sudanese won a temporary reprieve from a White House decision to end their protected status in the United States.

Fri, 05 Oct 2018 00:08:38 GMT