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The African Union Peace and Security Council on Thursday 5th June 2019 suspended Sudan from participating in any of the bloc’s activities until a civilian rule is established. This follows this week’s surge in violence, the worst since Omar al-Bashir was ousted in April. The military council, which took over the transitional government has been […]Continue Reading
Sudan’s military on Tuesday June 4, 2019 has announced that it has decided to cancel all that has been previously agreed with protesters about the country’s transition and elections will be held within nine months.  “The Military council decides on the following; cancelling what was agreed on and stopping negotiating with the Alliance for Freedom […]Continue Reading
Prosecutor Officially Starts Probing Bashir Over Money Laundering And Terrorism Financing. The official investigation into Sudan’s recently ousted president Omar al-Bashir has officially begun. According to a judicial source’s information to Reuters, the central North African country’s public prosecutor has ordered al-Bashir’s interrogation on suspicion of money laundering Continue Reading
Several African leaders are converging in Egypt today, Tuesday April 23, 2019; to attend the first two emergency summits hosted by President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, also the current president of African union, to review the recent developments in Sudan and Libya. Announcing the events on Monday April 22, Egypt’s presidential spokesman Bassam Rady said the summit […]Continue Reading
Meanwhile Uganda Says It’s Willing To Give Bashir Asylum The recently overthrown president of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir has reportedly been moved to Kobar prison in the capital Khartoum late on Tuesday. Since his removal last Thursday, Bashir has been detained under heavy guard in the presidential residence which also houses the defense ministry. Bashir is […]Continue Reading
Defence minister confirms Bashir’s removal, celebrations rock Khartoum. Lt. Gen. Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf, Sudan’s defense minister has confirmed that President Omar al-Bashir had been removed from power and his government dissolved. To oversee a power transition, a two-year military council has been established. The defense minister said that Bashir had been Continue Reading
Consultations Currently Underway For Transitional Government In Sudan As Security Agency Frees All Political Detainees. The latest long-serving president in Africa, Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir has stepped down on April 11, 2019, after four months of massive protests against his rule. According to government sources and a provincial minister, there are consultations going on to Continue Reading