03 Feb 2023

Israel and Sudan finalize text of peace agreement, says Israeli foreign minister

Israel and Sudan have finalized a peace agreement to be signed later on in 2023 according to the ISraeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen’s announcement on Thursday. Cohen traveled back from Sudan’s capital Khartoum and said that the trip was made with the support of the United States and that the

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05 Dec 2022

Protests as Sudan military, parties sign initial transition deal

Sudan’s military and political parties have signed a framework deal that creates a two-year, civilian led transition toward elections. This move would end the standoff surrounding elections that was triggered by a coup in October of 2021. Anti-military protest group sand factions loyal to former leader Omar al-Bashir oppose this

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18 Jul 2022

Sudan protesters decry violence as at least 30 people are killed in clashes

Sudanese protesters marched in Khartoum on Sunday, protesting the country’s military leadership. The protesters hold the leadership responsible for the violence in the country. Over 30 people were killed and 100 injured in tribal clashes that began last week. The two tribes, the Hausa and Fung tribes are near the

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03 Jan 2022

Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok resigns after mass protests

Abdalla Hamdok, Sudan’s Prime Minister, resigned after weeks of mass protests that rocked the capital city of Khartoum. Thousands of angry citizens marched against a recent deal forged between the military, who staged a coup in October, and the current government. The deal allowed the two entities to share power.

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31 Dec 2021

At least four anti-coup protesters shot dead in Sudan as security forces raid broadcasters

The civilian-allied Sundanese Central Doctors Committee said at least four people were shot dead by Sudanese security forces on Thursday. Security forces fired live bullets and tear gas into crowds in Omdurman during anti-coup demonstrations. A number of people were injured and admitted into hospitals.  The SCDC called all medical

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30 Dec 2021

At least 32 killed in gold mine collapse in Sudan

In Sudan, a gold mine collapse has killed at least 32 while rescue groups continue to search for bodies and survivors. Dozens of workers were ultimately trapped in the mine after it collapsed in the West Kordofan province. According to mining officials, there were 36 individuals in the mine when

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15 Nov 2021

Six killed during protests in Sudan as Al Jazeera bureau chief is arrested

After marches against the military takeover in Sunday on Saturday, a sixth protestor has died. The Central Committee of Sudan Doctors has stated that a 15-year-old was the latest casualty and died in East Khartoum Hospital with bullet wounds to the stomach. Five people were killed earlier on Saturday by

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25 Oct 2021

Sudan Military Coup Draws Thousands to the Streets in Protest

In Sudan, thousands of pro-democracy protestors took to the streets of Khartoum to reject a military coup of the transitional government that has ruled the country since dictator Omar al-Bashir was ousted. The protest occurred on Monday after reports that Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, his wife, and other civilian leaders

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19 Oct 2021

Sudan protesters call for military coup as political crisis deepens

On Saturday, thousands of protestors gathered in Khartoum, Sudan, to protest the current political crisis. The country is currently suffering from the biggest display of political instability in its two-year transition. The demonstrators called for the military to seize power. Since the topping of President Omar al-Bashir’s administration in 2019,

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21 Sep 2021

Sudanese government official says failed coup plotters were from Bashir regime

On Tuesday, several Sudanese officers attempted to overthrow the government in a military coup. However, the coup failed and most of the involved individuals have been arrested, according to government sources. Roughly 40 officers were arrested in connection with the attempt, which included taking over the state broadcaster’s television buildings

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