Sudan: Rooted in History, Looking Into the Future

The Turkish rule as it is called lasted in Sudan for 64 years and as Sudan is preparing to celebrate its 62nd anniversary as an independent state, it welcomes the Turkish President RecepTayyib Erdogan, the first Turkish president to visit Sudan ever, though Erdogan visited the country before as prime minister back in 2006 and to be the first Muslim leader to visit the troubled region of Darfur

South Sudanese rebels detained by DR Congo army

The Congolese authorities have arrested 18 South Sudanese refugees suspected of being members of the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army -In Opposition (SPLA-IO), which has been fighting the government for four years, in a civil war that has left tens of thousands of people dead and devastated the country

Sudan: We are ready to reach rapprochement with Turkey at any cost

On Wednesday, Sudan expressed its readiness to “reach a rapprochement with Turkey at any cost,” referring to its rejection of Egyptian media reports that criticised the Turkish-Sudanese rapprochement, which culminated in the recent visit of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to Khartoum