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Sudan sentences Omar al-Bashir to two years for corruption

The former president is also wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and genocide linked to the Darfur conflict

Nurture Sudan’s fledgling accord

Western governments and Arab Gulf states should stand ready to offer financial assistance to Sudan

Sudan swears in civilian-majority ruling council

The body replaces the TMC that took charge after months of deadly street protests brought down longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir

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

What other African protesters can learn from Sudan

Sudanese people used their power to oust an autocratic leader, and they are using the same to ensure that there is a transfer of power to civilians

Sudan’s ghost battalion

On the Sudanese Professionals Association the mysterious force behind the revolutionary uprising in Sudan

What’s happening in Sudan: Six things to know about the unrest

Sudanese protesters seek civilian rule as Transitional Military Council retains power since Omar al-Bashir's removal

Five dead as Sudan military rulers try to disperse sit-in

There were multiple reports of the military using force to disperse the sit-in in front of army headquarters, where protesters have occupied for weeks

Sudan talks resume after shootings cloud breakthrough

The protest movement is demanding a civilian-led transition after 30 years of ironfisted rule by former president Omar al-Bashir

China’s success in Africa depends on peace in South Sudan

For a regional connectivity plan to work, there must be stability in east Africa, writes Peter Biar Ajak.

S Sudan president willing to withdraw forces from Sudan border

President Salva Kiir is willing to remove the army from the border with Sudan, signalling a possible compromise with his Sudanese counterpart.

War-torn Sudan to be further divided

Sudan's war-torn South Kordofan state is to be divided, giving separate status to the western part dominated by nomadic Arab Misseriya tribesmen.

South African peacekeeper killed in Sudan

The international relations department has confirmed that a South African peacekeeper has been killed and three others wounded in an ambush in Sudan.

Activists claim video shows Sudanese forces repeating Darfur genocide

The Satellite Sentinel Project says it has evidence of indiscriminate attacks by the Sudanese government in the state of South Kordofan.

Hopes mount for deal as Sudan, S Sudan meet

Sudan and South Sudan leaders have met as pressure grows to end long-running disputes that have brought the foes to the brink of renewed conflict.

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