n January 2, 2022, Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok announced his resignation amid deadly crackdowns on on pro-democracy civilian demonstrations and a political deadlock that has compounded Sudan’s political stability and economic prosperity.
A series of normalization moves have taken place between Saudi Arabia and Iran, Egypt and Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, Turkey and the UAE, and Turkey and Sudan, which would have been impossible a few months back.
Sudan, Lebanon, and Iran are getting hit particularly hard, with current inflation rates that can only be described as hyperinflation.
utual suspicion and unresolved border disputes have been major issues in the Ethiopia-Sudan relations for the past several decades.
n December 2018, the government of Sudan increased the price of bread from one Sudanese pound to three (0.
he Sudanese massacre of the general command that took place on June 3 was followed by a massive series of global condemnations against the Sudanese Transitional Military Council (TMC) that promised to relinquish power to civilians within two years - a proposal that was rejected by protestors.
he revolutionary uprising in Sudan has recently been under attack by regional counter-revolutionary forces that aim to hijack the democratic aspirations of the Sudanese people.
udan is going through decisive and uncertain times: on Thursday April 11, 2019 the military toppled the regime of Omar Al-Bashir and installed a military council to govern the Eastern African nation; within 24 hours of the coup d’ etat, the head of the military council Ahmed Awad ibn Ouf resigned and handed power to Lt.
he anti-government protests that erupted in different cities across Sudan on December 19, 2018, rapidly evolved into a mass popular movement that started to threaten the rule of Omar al-Bashir, who had been in power in the country for three decades.
urkey and Sudan will establish a joint agricultural and livestock company, the Turkish government's Official Gazette announced on Thursday.
Following the Abraham Accords of 2020 and the series of normalization deals between Israel and the Arab states of the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco, this work-around agreement brokered by the U.
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the WFP have placed Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Sudan, Somalia, and Yemen on the “highest alert,” with 750,000 people facing starvation and death.
The corresponding figure for Argentina stands at 58%, and for Venezuela, Sudan, and Lebanon, at over 200%.
Despite the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan normalizing relations with Tel Aviv in 2020, these four Arab states joined the region by denouncing Israel for its violent actions such as storming Al-Aqsa on multiple occasions amid the holy month of Ramadan.
Read: “Is It Our Turn to Die?”: Being a Mother in GazaSudan's Mohamed Abdalrasool did the same when he had to compete against Tohar Butbul – whom Nourine had refused to play with - citing solidarity with the Palestinian people.
Read: Sudan and Turkey Head towards Strategic Cooperation?Ankara is now preparing for the third Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit, which will take place in Istanbul on 17th and 18th December 2021, a summit discussed by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union, during his visit to Ankara in September, 2021.
Read: Rising Prices and Political Instability in Lebanon, Iran and SudanDemand-pull inflation occurs when aggregate demand exceeds aggregate supply, and thus prices increase economy-wide.
Read: Sudan and Turkey Head towards Strategic Cooperation?From 2011 onward, the Turkish-Moroccan relations indicate a state of reluctance to establish strong relations.