Sudan Backs Down from Accusing Egypt, Eritrea of Threatening its Security

The Sudanese government has withdrawn its accusations against Egypt and Eritrea of mobilizing military forces along its eastern borders and justified massive military build-up by the Sudanese army in the area of Kassala near Eritrea by saying there were possible threats from Sudanese armed opposition forces, without revealing the nature of these threats. Sudanese Foreign

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Life in South Sudan: A Deportee’s Story

We came to Israel from Egypt in 2007. I was six years old and my sister Viola was 12. We walked by foot through the desert. Mum was pregnant and dad supported her. Walking was hard. We lived in Be’er Sheva and then moved to Arad, where my brother was born and my sister and

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Ethiopian Foreign Minister: Our Relations with Sudan Is the Most Important, We Drink from One Source

Khartoum –  Foreign Minister, Prof. Ibrahim Ghandour  said that what links Sudan and Ethiopia is deep-rooted historical relations and joint fate, adding that the visit of the Ethiopian Foreign Minister to Sudan comes in the framework in the improved relations between Khartoum and Addis Ababa. Ghandour added, in a joint press conference with his Ethiopian

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Guinea 1-2 Sudan: Positive start for Sudan despite penalty miss

Sudan took the lead through Omar Suleiman, but Sekou Camara levelled for Guinea in the second half Maki Saifeldin scored the match-winning goal to aid Sudan to a 2-1 win over Guinea in a Group A match of Chan Championship on Sunday. The goal came as a consolation to Saifeldin, who had missed a chance from

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Sudan deploys more troops to Eritrea border

Sudan says it has sent more troops to its eastern border with Eritrea as tension in the Red Sea region continues to rise. Early this month Khartoum closed its borders with Eritrea and sent troops to its border region of Kassala, following reports that Egypt has deployed troops in Asmara. “Sudan’s national army has sent part

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Sudan Boosts Security at Eastern Border

SMC- The arrival of Rapid Support Forrces (RSF) in Sudan’s Kassala state was welcomed by a large number of citizens and leaders of the executive state, legislative, political, military, civil and various sectors Kassala governor, Adam Juma’a said, “The rapid-support forces support the state and provide protection for the borders, economy and society,” Jamaa said, describing

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Sudan says faces ‘threat’ on Egypt-Eritrea border

Sudan said Sunday it was facing a “security threat” from its border with neighboring Egypt and Eritrea. “Sudan doesn’t talk about a specific build-up by a specific country, but we are talking about a threat to our territories from the eastern border,” Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour told a joint news conference with his Ethiopian counterpart

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China and South Sudan Sign Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation

The signing ceremony of the Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation between the Governments of China and South Sudan was held in Juba. H.E. He Xiangdong, Chinese Ambassador to South Sudan and Hon. Deng Alor Kuol, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of South Sudan signed the Agreement. Mr. Zhang Yi, Economic and Commercial

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