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May 24 - 2020 KHARTOUM

Foreign Ministry: Sudan’s removal from US terror list ‘a matter of time’

Sudan’s Minister of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Omar Gamareldin, asserts that the removal of Sudan from the US list of State Sponsors of Terrorism – regarded as a...
May 24 - 2020 SHANGIL TOBAYA / GIREIDA

57+ die in North Darfur horror smash

At least 57 people died, and 16 others were injured in a horrific traffic accident on the Nyala-El Fasher highway in the area of Um Dereisa in Shangil Tobaya, North Darfur on Thursday.
May 24 - 2020 KHARTOUM

Frustration at inertia as Sudan marks anniversary of massacre

Across social media, Sudanese people expressed their frustrations and anger, as the June massacre marks a year without any potential prospects on accountability or promising investigation...
May 24 - 2020 KHARTOUM

Sudan anti-corruption watchdog: Al Bashir to face new graft charges

Sudan’s Anti-Corruption Committee is planning to file ‘several new complaints’ against deposed president Al Bashir regarding money laundering, corruption, and forbidden and suspicious...
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Covid-19 cases ‘higher than official data’ – Eid prayers banned in Sudan

May 24 - 2020 KHARTOUM / OMDURMAN / EL FULA / EL FASHER

Mosques across Sudan have been unusually silent this weekend as prayers to mark Eid El Fitir, the feast marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan were banned. Sudan’s minister of health has acknowledged that “the actual number of Covid-19 cases is higher than the official data”.

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May 24 - 2020 KHARTOUM

Eid message: Unamid head calls for ‘new impetus to peace in Darfur’

The head of the of the African Union – United Nations Mission in Darfur (Unamid), Joint Special Representative/Joint Chief Mediator Jeremiah Mamabolo has called for “a new impetus...

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May 20 - 2020 KHARTOUM / EL GEDAREF

Sudan banks limit cash withdrawals

Queues for banks in 2018 (RD correspondent)
Banks in Sudan have limited the daily withdrawal maximum of SDG 5,000 ($91*) to SDG 2,000. This has led to long queues in front of ATMs, government employees in Omdurman told Radio...