What War Can’t Destroy

In South Sudan, street photography is essentially illegal. It is another casualty of the civil war. Young, fit, twitchy soldiers are everywhere, ready to crack down on anyone who pulls out a camera. No reasons are ever given and no laws are on the books specifically banning photography, but security services across the country have

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Sudan: FVP Briefed On Arrangement for Holding Conference of Minister of Cultures in Islamic Countries

The First Vice-President and National Prime Minister was briefed, Thursday on the activities of Sudan Cultural Week which held recently in Tunis. This came when the FVP met, at his office, Minister of Culture, Al-Tayeb Hassan Badawi who said in press statements that he briefed General, Saleh on the conference which will be held under

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Kitgum leaders warn against South Sudan rebel recruitment

LC5 chairman, Jackson Omona, said Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF) informed them about this alleged recruitment. “We have been briefed by the army that because of the situation in South Sudan, some of our young people are being lured and recruited by elements from South Sudan,” he said, at a press briefing on Tuesday. The

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Sudan, U.S. move further to resolve outstanding issues

The visit of U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan to Khartoum and his talks with Sudanese officials have resulted in a beginning of the second phase of the constructive engagement plan to resolve outstanding issues between the two countries. Lifting Sudan’s name from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism, and normalization of

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