Abdelmoneim Abu Idris Ali

AFP journalist.

Sudan protesters blame generals for bloodshed at rally

Sudanese state media reported that seven people were killed as tens of thousands rallied to demand a civilian government

Sudan braces for strike as protesters pile on pressure

​Sudan is bracing for a two-day nationwide strike from Tuesday called by protesters to pile pressure on the military

Sudan army rulers, protest leaders differ on joint council make-up

The talks came after the two sides on Saturday agreed to form a joint civilian-military body to rule the northeast African country

Sudan protesters pledge ‘million march’ for civil rule

For the first time, Sudanese judges said they would join a sit-in outside army headquarters "to support change and for an independent judiciary"

Sudan’s army ruler vows to hand ‘power to the people’

General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan pledged to respond to demonstrators' demands and confirmed that cash had been seized from deposed Bashir's residence

Bashir names new PM as protest leaders dismiss emergency

Bashir's three-decade rule has been rocked by two months of protests that a deadly crackdown has failed to suppress

Sudan protesters remain resilient, but Bashir unbowed

As the protest campaign against Bashir's regime enters its third month on Tuesday, demonstrators are pressing on with rallies

Sudan protests rumble on as Bashir remains defiant

Sudanese authorities led by the feared National Intelligence and Security Service have cracked down on protesters, drawing international criticism

Bashir appoints new PM as cabinet sacked

President Omar al-Bashir's decision to fire the entire government was approved by the top leaders of his ruling National Congress Party

Search for 100 miners believed dead in Sudan comes to an end

The search for about 100 workers believed to have died inside a collapsed gold mine in Sudan's Darfur region has ended, says a miner.

Observers to monitor Sudan, S Sudan buffer zone

The first observers are preparing to monitor a demilitarised buffer zone between Sudan and South Sudan, Khartoum's defence minister has said.

Minister among ’31 dead’ in Sudan plane crash

A Sudanese Cabinet minister is among 31 people killed when an airplane crashed carrying a delegation to war-torn South Kordofan for Eid celebrations.

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Tobacco producers welcome new research confirming that cigarette ban has failed

Every day that goes by shows the importance of getting rid of this ban and going back to producing and selling cigarettes as we were before

Cost increases sharing of cigarettes

Many people are questioning whether the ban on tobacco in South Africa is not in fact having the opposite effect of that intended

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The important thing to remember is that a contact centre is defined less by the physical space it occupies and more by the customer experience it delivers

Accessing health and justice in a time of Covid-19

The similarities between the HIV epidemic and the Covid-19 pandemic are hard to ignore – the most obvious is the level of premature deaths caused by both

Position of the African Blood Regulators Forum on the use of Convalescent Plasma in Africa as a potential therapy for Covid-19

A potential treatment for Covid-19 is the transfusion of convalescent plasma collected from those who have recovered from into those who are still affected

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