Latest in Tag: khartoum Highlight
Latest in Tag: khartoum
Egyptian-Sudanese relations witnessed a rapprochement after weeks of troubled relations
Complaints about disputed territories on the Egyptian border were brought to the United Nations once again by the Sudanese government as they faced the fourth day of an internal backlash to their proposed 2018 budget. In a related context, Ibrahim Ghandour, the Sudanese Foreign Minister, announced on Monday that the complaint about “The Halayeb Triangle” …
The joint committee is expected to sign bilateral agreements between both countries
Following Riek Machar’s reported reappearance in Khartoum, the South Sudanese government has started laying down conditions for the eventual return home of the former vice president and rebel leader.
Funding provided to SMEs, risk management departments, inclusive technology among forum’s principal recommendations
Ethiopia agrees to hold a technical meeting to discuss the Egyptian suggestion
Political analyst thinks resorting to the Peace and Security African committee might be a more effective strategy to resolve the GERD conflict
The pace of GERD construction is going much faster than talks, says Minister of Water Resources
Sudanese parliament foreign affairs committee expressed dissatisfaction on treatment of nationals in Egypt
11 police officers injured in Turkey in clashes with protesters
A deal between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia is to be sealed on 23 March
Egyptian Foreign Minister currently in Khartoum for GERD talks
Egyptian, Sudanese and Ethiopian ministers discuss the future implications of the Ethiopian dam in Khartoum
Sudanese president meets with Minister of Water and Irrigation in Cairo
Duo to discuss bilateral relations, health of Sudanese president
A medical source said the bodies of four people were brought to hospital in the town. Three of the dead were “soldiers” but it was not clear from which force.
AFP – Sudan and rebels in South Kordofan would adopt an immediate ceasefire and allow aid to reach more than one million people, says a proposed agreement issued as peace talks broke off last week. AFP obtained a copy of the draft on Sunday. African Union mediators presented the proposal for Khartoum and rebels of …
The two downstream countries recently held talks on Nile water in the Sudanese capital
An electronic catalogue featuring Egyptian companies’ products was distributed to all participants at Khartoum exhibition
Ethiopia’s Water and Energy Minister stresses importance of respecting Egypt’s water needs
Bashir also spoke of “conspiracies being planted by the saboteurs against our country”.
Professor of Sharia arrested attempting travel to Sudan
Following his latest visit to Khartoum President Mohamed Morsi pledges to carry out a number of projects in Sudan
The pact calls for regime change using both armed and peaceful means, though the political opposition says it remains committed to a non-violent transfer of power.
The AU said it would also seek UN Security Council endorsement of its proposal
Khartoum said it was a “normal” port call but Israeli officials have expressed concern about arms smuggling
The final status of Abyei was the most sensitive matter left unresolved when South Sudan separated last year
Yemen and Sudan refuse deployment of Marines
Students protesting inflation and rising food prices, are also calling for an end to President Omar Al-Bashir’s 23-year reign
By Ian Timberlake / AFP KHARTOUM: After almost two months in custody following a major protest which he helped to lead at the University of Khartoum, Sudanese student activist Tajalsir Jaafar is defiant and the campus remains shut down. Sudan’s intelligence agency calls him a failing student in search of “fame” and denies Jaafar’s allegations of …