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  • Resetting National Agenda
    Resetting National Agenda

    The meeting held Wednesday between President Omar Al-Bashir and the ministers of the economic sector to prepare for the upcoming forum with the Saudi counterparts to provide finance for priority development projects in S...

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  • Khartoum Tries Its Luck
    Khartoum Tries Its Luck

    It is more or less a symbolic gesture that most likely is not going to make much difference. The reference is to the scheduled June 17 meeting between Salva Kiir and Riek Machar, which will be hosted by Khartoum. Without...

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  • Golden Engagement
    Golden Engagement

    Slowly, slowly western companies are returning to Sudan. The last to show up is an Australian gold miner, who joined hands with a Canadian counterpart to venture into gold mining business in Sudan. Resolute Mining of Au...

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  • Eye On Paris
    Eye On Paris

    Eyes are on Paris and what the 4-day meeting of the Sudan Call opposition groups ending today will produce. Though it is the second meeting for this opposition body in five months, but this one has special significance.O...

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  • A Non Event
    A Non Event

    Only one year into business and the government, the brain child of the National Dialogue (ND) felt the need to reshuffle. Though the reshuffle move was triggered by the outburst of former foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandou...

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  • Remapping the Middle East?
    Remapping the Middle East?

    The recent developments following the Trump administration scrapping the Iran nuclear deal coupled with ongoing domestic political and economic problems are putting Sudan on its tiptoes. According to a Washington Post s...

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  • Restoring Government Authority
    Restoring Government Authority

    It is not the first time that Sudan decides to curtail its diplomatic presence abroad. Faced with similar economic crisis and scarcity of hard currency as the one the country is currently experiencing, then President Ja&...

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