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Revolutionaries turn to healthcare

After ousting a dictator, members of Sudan’s resistance committees are now helping to fight the Covid-19 pandemic

Sudan: from demonstrations to start of transition

The country's announcement on Wednesday was historic, but it took a lot to get there

Unveiling of Sudan’s sovereign council delayed

According to the green book of documents signed on Saturday, several key steps will be taken before embarking on the long road to 2022 polls

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"

UN agency quits Darfur border amid new bombings

The United Nations refugee agency said on Tuesday it had withdrawn a team caring for refugees from the Chad/Darfur border after aerial bombing. Seven refugees from Darfur crossed the border into Chad on Monday night, carrying with them a 55-year-old woman who had lost both her legs during an alleged bombardment.

Sudan in fresh bid to chair AU

Sudan will seek to head the African Union during the continental body's upcoming summit at its headquarters in Addis Ababa, a Sudanese official said. Sudan's two previous bids for the AU's rotating presidency have been unsuccessful due to reservations over Khartoum's rights record in the western region of Darfur.

Sudan party slams ex-rebels’ pull-out from govt

Sudan's National Congress Party (NCP) of President Omar al-Bashir on Friday criticised the decision by former southern rebels to withdraw from the Khartoum government. "The heart of the problem is that a group within the Sudan People's Liberation Movement wants to end our partnership," the northern NCP's number two, Nafie Ali Nafie, said.

Ugandan troops accused of plundering trees in Sudan

Ugandan troops looted truckloads of valuable trees from south Sudan when they were pursuing Lord's Resistance Army rebels who were hiding in the region, a research group said on Friday. The Swiss-based Small Arms Survey said the Uganda People's Defence Forces cut teak trees in southern Sudan's Equatoria region during Operation Iron Fist.

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The Southern Africa Tuberculosis and Health Systems Support Research and Publication Interventions

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