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Egypt's foreign minister said Cairo had resumed talks with Sudan and Ethiopia over a $4 billion dam Addis Ababa is building on the Nile which had been suspended for over a year.
The leaders of South Sudan and Sudan have agreed to reopen border areas between their countries in a bid to boost trade and the free movement of people. The agreement between new Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and South Sudan's President Salva Kiir, reached late Thursday, is significant because several border areas remain closed, including…
A development worth celebrating—but the progress in #Juba must not be subverted by elements of the military, in particular #RSF commander #Hemeti. There are any number of ways in which the self-serving generals who have done so much to foment war in Sudan can undermine PM #Hamdok pic.twitter.com/mVwDSegUO8
— Eric Reeves (@sudanreeves) September 13, 2019
Oil transit fees that Sudan government charges its neighbour South Sudan will be based on crude oil prices next year, Sudan’s energy minister said on Friday.
This video footage recorded today September 9th shows massive protests flowing from different neighborhoods in the capital city Khartoum around the recently formed Sovereign Council. pic.twitter.com/QUxOPpIjyQ
— Sudanese Translators for Change STC (@SudaneseTc) September 12, 2019
A crowd gathers outside the presidential palace and calls for justice for dozens of slain protesters.
Abdalla Hamdok, #Sudan’s Prime Minister has arrived in Juba #SouthSudan today for two days talks with Pres Kiir. Hamdok is also expected to meet Sudanese opposition groups in Juba today. pic.twitter.com/uBZFmB05ti
— Denis Dumo (@DenisDumo) September 12, 2019
The World Health Organization (WHO) is working closely with national health authorities and partners to respond to cases of cholera in Blue Nile State in
The families of members of the Revolutionary Awakening Council led by detainee Musa Hilal staged a protest in front of the Justice Ministry in Khartoum on Wednesday to demand the release of Hilal and his comrades who were arrested two years ago in Darfur. Hilal and his sons and followers are currently facing a court…
More rains expected in #Sudan according to FEWS NET in Khartoum, Sennar, White Nile, River Nile, West & North Kordofan, and the Darfur region which experienced flooding during the past weeks. However, less rainfall is forecast over central & eastern Sudan.https://t.co/PraWLRg5XR pic.twitter.com/XmLIaXE7Ta
— UN OCHA Sudan (@UNOCHA_Sudan) September 10, 2019
In Wad Ramli, a village outside the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, Alsamani Fathalrahman and his neighbours travelled in blue speedboats through flooded streets trying to salvage their belongings.
— Radio Dabanga (@Radiodabanga) September 10, 2019