Khartoum (OPINION) – Since launching its military campaign against Yemen in March of 2015, the Saudi-led coalition has exploited Sudanese troops as cannon fodder on the front lines. The time is long past for Sudan to withdraw its troops from Yemen and help accelerate an end to the devastating war.
Khartoum (MEE) – Detective tells court the deposed president was handed the money by Mohammed bin Salman’s envoys. Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir admitted taking $90m in cash from Saudi Arabia’s rulers, including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, a court heard on Monday as the ousted autocrat’s corruption trial began. Police Brigadier Ahmed
Khartoum (OR) – The similarity between events in Algeria, Libya and Sudan evoke what happened in 2011 in Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt. For some, it was a revolutionary movement against dictatorships, while for others, it was a replay of the organization by the British of the Great Arab Revolt of
Riyadh (GPA) – With Julian Assange’s arrest dominating the news cycle, you’d be forgiven for missing the chaos unfolding in Africa. However, major events in Libya and Sudan are taking place and, as no surprise, Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies are fanning the flames. The Saudis Paid Khalifa Haftar
Sana’a (GPA) – A deployment of Ugandan soldiers would further solidify the Saudi coalition’s failure to rally support from key branches of Yemen’s military. Sudan again came under pressure last week to withdraw troops from Yemen when pictures depicting yet another failure surfaced on social media. Yemen’s Army and Popular