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UN Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan
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Government, armed groups strike deal on Sudan transitional parliament (08.07.2020)

The transitional government, Freedom and Change Forces (FFC) and armed groups agreed on Wednesday evening to allocate 75 seats of the Transitional Legislative Council to Sudanese Revolutionary Forces and SLM of Minni Minnawi. The deal struck on the transitional parliament comes after over ten days...

Protesters hit Sudan streets calling for political reforms (01.07.2020)

Tens of thousands of Sudanese protesters have taken to the streets calling for reforms and demanding justice for those killed in anti-government demonstrations that ousted President Omar al-Bashir last year.

Peace talks stalled over share of armed groups in transitional parliament (30.06.2020)

Khartoum’s meetings for peace in Sudan are stalled over the number of parliamentary seats to be allocated to the armed groups during the transitional period.

Germany pledges €150 million in aid for Sudan (25.06.2020)

At a donor conference for Sudan, Berlin promised to make investments in in areas such as water, food security and education. Germany urged the Sudanese government to invest in human rights.

$1.8 billion pledged to assist Sudan’s people on the road to peace and democracy (25.06.2020)

A High-Level Sudan Partnership Conference took place on Thursday gathering some 50 countries and international organizations together in Berlin, generating pledges to bolster the African nation’s economic and political transformation to the tune of $1.8 billion, and discuss the challenges that lie...

Financing the revival of Sudan’s troubled transition – ICG briefing (22.06.2020)

Mounting economic turbulence is rocking Sudan’s delicate political transition. Without urgent donor assistance to provide economic relief to a suffering population, public support for the cabinet’s reform agenda could collapse. Any failure in the civilian-military government could have tragic...

Trial of alleged Sudan war criminal sends strong signal, prosecutor says (19.06.2020)

After more than a decade on the run, alleged Sudanese war criminal Ali Kushayb sat in a courtroom in the Netherlands this week, accused of commanding Janjaweed fighters who raped, tortured and killed civilians in Darfur.

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