• Sudan includes Halayeb as baseline for maritime borders at UN

    The Sudanese move comes two days after Egyptian FM’s visit to Khartoum Mohammed El-Said The Sudanese government deposited with the UN Security Council the coordinates of the baselines from which

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  • Sudanese Journalists Union Denounces Arrest and Deportation of Sudanese journalist From Cairo

    SMC- The Sudanese Journalists Union on Sunday expressed its regret over the arrest, detention and denial to enter Cairo and deportation of a Sudanese Journalist. Al Taher Satti was actually

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  • Gulf Economic Council Approves Signing Of Strategic Agreement with Sudan

      SMC- Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed, the Minister of Presidential Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) announced that the Economic Council of the GCC has agreed on all

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  • Sudanese FM: Dialogue with Washington Leaning towards Lifting US Sanctions

    The Sudanese government hopes that US economic sanctions will be lifted by July 12. This date was set by the US administration according to the executive order issued by former US President

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  • US Allows Sudan to Import Aviation Parts

    SMC- The Sudan Civil Aviation Authority has announced that the office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Department has allowed Sudan Airways to import spare parts for aircraft. Captain

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Accountability for rights abuses in South Sudan ‘more important than ever,’ says senior UN official

  23 April 2017 – A lack of accountability for crimes perpetrated during the ongoing conflict in South Sudan remains one of the country’s “biggest challenges,” the Human Rights

Sudan won’t extend ONGC’s licence to operate oil block

BY SANJEEV CHOUDHARY , ET BUREAU | UPDATED: APR 24, 2017, 02.03 AM IST NEW DELHI: Sudan has denied India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corporation an extension of licence to operate an oil block

North Korea ‘detains American citizen’

An American citizen has been detained in North Korea as he tried to leave the country, South Korean media say. The man was identified only by his surname, Kim. He becomes the third American to be

Sudan Humanitarian Snapshot

31 March 2017 HIGHLIGHTS This Humanitarian Snapshot provides an overview of the humanitarian situation in Sudan, as of 31 March 2017, using information obtained from UN agencies and partners,

Losing Legitimacy? UN Peace Missions in Africa

By Ann L. Phillips  // Wednesday, February 1, 2017 The United Nations has long enjoyed legitimacy as the international arbiter on issues of war and peace. A UN mandate signals international

India’s Cheraman mosque: A symbol of religious harmony

Kerala’s Cheraman mosque points to a time of peaceful co-existence in an era when that seems increasingly under threat. On India’s western coast, facing the Arabian Sea, there once