Category Archives: The Sudan

Extending the New Silk Road to West Asia and Africa

re posted from                              The Schiller Institute

http://r.schillerinstitute.org/conf-iclc/2017/1125-frankfurt/askary.html

Extending the New Silk Road to West Asia and Africa

by Hussein Askary, Southwest Asia Coordinator of the Schiller Institute

Hussein Askary is the Southwest Asia Coordinator of the Schiller Institute and is based in Stockholm, Sweden. This is an edited transcript Read the rest

Sudan Is Indispensable To China’s Silk Road Vision For Africa

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Sudan Is Indispensable To China’s Silk Road Vision For Africa

Sudan Is Indispensable To China’s Silk Road Vision For Africa

 

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US seeks to divide Sudan into 5 parts: President Bashir

re posted from                                   PressTV

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/11/25/543483/Sudan-US-sanctions-Bashir

Sat Nov 25, 2017 06:31PM
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says the US seeks to divide his country into five regions, more than a month after Washington announced that it had lifted

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Tensions escalating in South Sudan’s capital

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http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/11/04/540956/Africa-South-Sudan-Kiir-Malong

Sat Nov 4, 2017 10:51AM
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir (L) and former military chief of staff Paul Malong (file photo)
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir (L) and former military chief of staff Paul Malong (file photo)

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has ordered troops to surround the house of the country’s former military chief

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Africa Development News-Sudan, Nigeria, and Chad

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Africa Development News-Sudan, Nigeria, and Chad

Africa Development News-Sudan, Nigeria, and Chad

31 October 2017

This conference scheduled for late November in Khartoum confirms what I have been telling my friends for years: 1) Sudan is a strategic nation for the development of Read the rest

Sudan: Sanctions Lifted, Now Development Is Imperative

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Sudan: Sanctions Lifted, Now Development Is Imperative

Sudan: Sanctions Lifted, Now Development Is Imperative

Lawrence Freeman

October 24, 2017

On October 12, the U.S. announced the long overdue, official removal of some sanctions on Sudan. Now, new and exciting potentials

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What or Who is MONUSCO Protecting because it is NOT the Congolese

re posted from                                APARECO

https://www.info-apareco.com/2017/10/10/urgent-le-cnrc-condamne-fermement-lattaque-menee-par-la-monusco-contre-les-troupes-du-patriote-resistant-le-general-yakutumba/

 

the following is automatic translation from original in french

 

URGENT-Le CNRC condamne fermement l’attaque menée par la MONUSCO contre les troupes du patriote résistant le Général YAKUTUMBA

URGENT-NRC strongly condemns MONUSCO’s attack on troops of patriot resistant General YAKUTUMBA

Déclaration du Conseil National

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Sino-Sudanese Strategic Partnership Could Make the Sudan Great Again

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Sino-Sudanese Strategic Partnership Could Make the Sudan Great Again

Sino-Sudanese Strategic Partnership Could Make the Sudan Great Again

4 September 2017

Mubarak M.Musa.. Khartoum

 The historic and successful visit of the Chinese Vice- Premier of the State Council Zhang Gaoli to Khartoum, marked
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A Western Journalist killed in South Sudan

A Western Journalist killed in South Sudan

by africanagenda.net

A young American journalist was killed last week on the 27 August by South Sudanese government forces near the Ugandan border of South Sudan. His name was Christopher Allen.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/08/30/reporters-group-calls-investigation-us-journalist-killed-south/

His death is tragic and unfortunate and so are the deaths … Read the rest