Five things you should know about the conflict in South Sudan

In the world’s youngest state, millions go hungry as a devastating conflict continues to displace civilians. In 2011, South Sudan gained independence from Sudan, marking an end to Africa’s longest-running civil war. But two years later, violent conflict broke out after political disagreement between President Salva Kiir and former Vice President Riek Machar and the fighting

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Chief of Staff: Keen to Build Strategic Partnerships with Russia

SMC- The Sudanese Armed Forces Chief of Staff, Lieutenant-General Kamal Abdul-Maarouf Al-Mahi, affirmed Sudan’s keenness to develop its relations with Russia and to move forward in building strategic partnerships that would serve the interests of the two countries. During the meeting with the Russian ambassador to Khartoum, Vladimir Geltov, in the presence of the Russian

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Sudan Security Chief Meets Egypt President

SMC- Director General of the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS), Salah Abdullah Gosh, met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in the presence of Sudan’s Ambassador to Cairo Abdelmahmoud at the Egyptian Palace in Cairo. The NISS Chief conveyed a message of congratulations from President Omar al-Bashir on the occasion of the start of

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PHOTOS: Italian ambassador to Sudan and his son wear Sudanese traditional outfit

Fabrizio Lobasso, the Italian ambassador to Khartoum, shared a picture of him and his son wearing the Sudanese outfit in his Twitter account. The ambassador said that he is happy to wear the Sudanese outfit, saying that it suited him well and that since he is a curious man he was fascinated by the outfit.

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