South Sudan says will host peace talks between Sudan and rebels
Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok will attend peace talks in the South Sudan capital Monday with rebel leaders from several Sudanese states, said official sources in Juba. "Tomorrow's meeting is to mark the launching of Sudan's peace talks," Ateny Wek Ateny, spokesman for South Sudan's President Salva Kiir, told AFP Sunday.
South Sudan says renegotiating oil deal with Sudan
South Sudan said Monday it was renegotiating an oil deal with Khartoum, as it will not meet a December deadline to finish paying $3 billion (2.7 billion euros) agreed as compensation for the oil-rich nation's 2011 secession.
Sudan protesters seek justice for killed comrades
Hundreds of Sudanese protesters rallied near the presidential palace Thursday, seeking justice for comrades killed in demonstrations that rocked the country since December, an AFP correspondent reported.
2020 Olympic qualifier: Nigeria beat 5-0 Sudan
Nigeria U-23 football team on Tuesday, defeated their counterpart from Sudan, 5-0 in the second leg of their 2020 Tokyo Olympic qualifier. The match, which was played at the main bowl of the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, saw the Nigerian team dominating the entire 90 minutes regulation time.
Egypt pushes for end to US 'terror' blacklisting of Sudan
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said Monday that Cairo was supporting efforts to remove Sudan from Washington's blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism, a key factor hindering the African country's economic revival.
African Union lifts suspension of Sudan
The African Union (AU) has lifted its suspension of Sudan three months after freezing its membership following Khartoum's bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters.
Sudan's Bashir charged with illegal use of foreign funds
Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir was charged in court Saturday with illegal acquisition and use of foreign funds, offenses that could land him behind bars for more than a decade.
If Sudan and Hong Kong should visit Nigeria today
IF Sudan and Hong Kong should visit Nigeria today, the world might not be in much shock at the outcome of the trip. I’m sure of two consequences. First, we would be unprepared for them, despite the handwriting on the wall alerting us that we’ve been found wanting in the balances.