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Sudan closes 13 diplomatic missions to cut govt. spending, revive ailing economy
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has ordered the closure of 13 overseas diplomatic missions as part of measures to reduce the government’s spending, as he is struggling to revitalize the African country’s ailing economy in the post-sanction era.
Sudan closes 13 diplomatic missions to cut govt. spending, revive ailing economy
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has ordered the closure of 13 overseas diplomatic missions as part of measures to reduce the government’s spending, as he is struggling to revitalize the African country’s ailing economy in the post-sanction era.
Sudan to open energy sector to investment
The Sudanese government said that a number of oil and gas fields would become available for global investment at the end of May, amid interest shown by a delegation of US companies to invest in Sudan’s energy sector.
Sudan president picks new intelligence chief amid protests
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has picked a new intelligence chief amid a widening crackdown on protests against price hikes.
Time has come to impose sanctions on South Sudan: AU chief
Chairperson of the African Union Moussa Faki says restrictions must be imposed on those who are disturbing peace in South Sudan following a nearly four-year civil war in the African country.
South Sudan, facing humanitarian crisis, waives some fees for aid groups
South Sudan has temporarily abandoned registration fees for foreign and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in a bid to encourage groups to help with a humanitarian crisis in the country, a senior government official said.
Sudan students, police clash on third day of protests
Hundreds of Sudanese students from the University of Khartoum threw stones at anti-riot police Monday on a third day of protests against soaring bread prices, an AFP correspondent reported.
Cairo-based media: Sudan plotting with Turkey, Qatar against Egypt
The pro-government media in Cairo have accused neighboring Sudan of conspiring with Turkey and Qatar against Egypt.
Turkey to reconstruct Sudan’s ancient port city, seeks to exert influence in Africa
Sudan says Turkey will reconstruct a ruined Ottoman-era port city on Sudan’s Red Sea coast, as Ankara seeks to expand its military and economic ties in the African continent.
South Sudan government, rebels trade blame for truce violations
South Sudan's government and main rebel group on Sunday accused each other of breaking a ceasefire that went into effect shortly after midnight.
IMF says Sudan must float  currency to boost growth
The International Monetary Fund has urged Sudan to float its currency to boost growth and investment, a measure the government has opposed even after the United States lifted 20 years of sanctions in October.
Senior Gulenist captured by Turkish agents in Sudan
A high-ranking member of the movement of Pennsylvania-based opposition figure Fethullah Gulen, whom the Ankara government accuses of having masterminded the failed July 2016 coup, has been captured by Turkish intelligence agents in a joint operation with their Sudanese counterparts.
Sudan general, nine soldiers killed in Darfur clashes
A Sudanese general and nine soldiers were killed in clashes in the war-damaged region of Darfur on Sunday after their vehicles were ambushed by militants, state news SUNA reported on Monday.
US seeks to divide Sudan into 5 parts: President 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 its strict sanctions on the east African country.
Sudan promises more efforts to normalize ties with US as travel ban lifted
The Sudanese government has vowed to do more to normalize ties with the United States after Washington removed the country from its travel ban list and amid reports that decades-old US sanctions on Khartoum could be lifted.

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