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Khartoum police chief was fired from his

The Khartoum police chief created controversy last week by demanding the return of public order laws. Very controversial texts created during the old Islamic regime and which contained many restrictions that are often used against women. These remarks sparked an uprising that ultimately cost him his job as the first police officer in the Sudanese capital. After his controversial comments, Lieutenant General Issa Adam Ismaël was transferred to the Interior Ministry office. A new police chief in Khartoum was appointed on…

US grants Khartoum “sovereign immunity”

This was an expected step after Sudan was removed from the US list of countries supporting terrorism last week. The United States Congress finally granted "sovereign immunity" to Khartoum this Monday, December 21, and voted for financial support for the country. A last-minute text that was voted on Monday evening, December 21,…

Armed groups demand consultation on the Khartoum Agreement

Several anti-Balaka and ex-Séleka armed groups unite in a joint statement dated Wednesday, December 16, to terminate the Khartoum agreement, which they said was insufficiently implemented. They threaten to use "all means" if the government does not agree to organize talks on this subject before the organization of the presidential and legislative elections, scheduled for December 27. In question: the…

rebel leaders back in Khartoum welcomed by Prime Minister

Sudan is trying to turn the tide of war a month after the signing of a peace agreement between the government and major rebel groups. On Sunday, some leaders of these armed movements returned to the country. They were greeted by the Prime Minister. Thousands of them gathered in central Khartoum for the return of these rebel…

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