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Sudan environment activists: “El Gedaref forest risks becoming barren desert”
Sudanese environmental activists warned that the 70-year-old El Feel Forest in El Gedaref state, originally designed to counter desert encroachment, “risks being transformed into a barren desert” due to uncontrolled clearances and the transformation of the forest into agricultural lands.
Sudan agrees to compensate families of USS Cole victims: state news agency
Sudan has agreed to compensate the families of sailors killed in an al Qaeda attack on the USS Cole warship 20 years ago, state news agency SUNA said on Thursday, part of government efforts to remove the country from a list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Sudan to hand ex-president to ICC
Sudan's rulers are to hand over ex-president, Omar al-Bashir, to the International Criminal Court.
Sudan gives Israel initial okay for overflights: official
Sudan has agreed to allow flights heading to Israel to cross its airspace, a military spokesman said on Wednesday, two days after Sudan’s military head of state held a surprise meeting with Israel’s prime minister.
Sudan refugees forced to sleep in desert after clash with Niger security forces
Sudanese refugees in Niger said they have been living in an atmosphere of fear and intimidation after security forces cracked down on protests calling for better living conditions.
UN warns of 'terrible price' if world fails Sudan
A top UN official warned that the international community would "pay a terrible price" if it fails to help rebuild Sudan's dilapidated economy as the African country transitions to civilian rule.
South Sudan plans environmental audit of oil fields in move to curb pollution
South Sudan is launching a tender for a comprehensive environmental audit of all its oil-producing fields in a bid to reduce pollution following years of neglect, the government said on Friday.
24 dead in attack on IDP camp in Sudan’s West Darfur
At least 24 people have been confirmed killed after a camp for internally displaced people was attacked in Sudan’s West Darfur, an international peacekeeping official said on Wednesday, as top officials arrived to try to calm the violence.
Death toll from tribal clashes in Sudan’s Darfur rises to 24: Report
Sporadic tribal clashes between Arabs and non-Arabs continued Tuesday in Sudan’s West Darfur Province, as the death toll climbed to at least two dozen people, some of them burned to death, according to a local aid group working in the area.
Sudan to lift fuel subsidies in 2020, increase wages
The transitional government in Sudan is planning a set of economic and political reforms, including removing fuel subsidies gradually in 2020, Reuters reported, citing Finance Minster Ibrahim Elbadawi.
Sudan opens Darfur criminal investigation against Bashir regime figures
Sudan has opened an investigation into crimes committed in the Darfur region by members of the regime of ousted former president Omar al-Bashir, the state prosecutor said Sunday.
Ex-Sudan strongman Bashir gets two years for corruption
A court in Sudan convicted former president Omar al-Bashir of money laundering and corruption on Saturday, sentencing him to two years in a minimum security lockup.
Egypt agrees to Nile dam meeting with Ethiopia, Sudan
Bolivia’s President Evo Morales says a general strike staged by the opposition amounts to a right-wing coup in the wake of the presidential election where the electoral commission has said he has the lead.
Sudan peace process stalls as rebel group halts talks over attack
Sudan peace talks have stalled before they began in Juba on Wednesday as a key rebel grouping said it refused to negotiate with Khartoum, claiming government forces were still bombarding its territory.
Sudan government, rebels meet for peace talks in Juba
Sudan's ruling council and rebel leaders have started peace talks to end the country's multiple conflicts, a key condition for the country's removal from the United States' sponsors of terrorism list.

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