Sudan (Arabic:السودانas-Sūdān, English pronunciation (US) i/suˈdæn/, (GB) /suːˈdɑːn/), officially the Republic of the Sudan (Arabic:جمهورية السودانJumhūrīyat as-Sūdān), is a country in north-east Africa. It is bordered by Egypt to the north, the Red Sea, Eritrea, and Ethiopia, to the east, South Sudan to the south, the Central African Republic to the southwest, Chad to the west and Libya to the northwest. It is the third largest country in Africa. The River Nile divides the country into eastern and western halves. Its predominant religion is Islam.
Sudan dyes have high affinity to fats, therefore they are used to demonstrate triglycerides, lipids, and lipoproteins. Alcoholic solutions of Sudan dyes are usually used, however pyridine solutions can be used in some situations as well.
Sudan stain test is often used to determine the level of fecal fat to diagnose steatorrhea. A small sample is dissolved in water or saline, glacial acetic acid is added to hydrolyze the insoluble salts of fatty acids, a few drops of alcoholic solution of Sudan III are added, the sample is spread on a microscopic slide, and heated twice to boil. Normally a stool sample should show only a few drops of red-orange stained fat under the microscope. The method is only semiquantitative but, due to its simplicity, it is used for screening.
Sudan (Hangul:수단;hanja:水團 or 水鍴) is a kind of Korean traditional drink made of honey water and rice cake. It is usually served during the summer for quenching thirst. Traditionally Sudan was always served during a villagerite in 6th month in lunar calendar. Korean farmers prayed for a bountiful harvest and god’s blessing for their life in the future by making food offering including foods and Sudan drink.
Sudan’s instability has expanded for ages and remains one of the unresolved conflict beds in Africa. For many Sudanese, seeking refuge in other countries has become the next best alternative, but for some who are still staying in Sudan, protesting seems to be another option.
Supporters of the agreement, unveiled by Gen Abdel Fattah Al Burhan earlier this week, say it is a key step to stabilise Sudan’s fragile transition towards democracy ... Sudan's finance minister ... Gen Al Burhan on Sunday used a televised address to propose what he believed to be a silver bullet to solve Sudan’s political crisis.
(CNN)Sudan's newly reinstated prime minister told CNN on Tuesday that he compromised in a deal with the country's military in order to "avoid bloodshed" and a civil war ... Sudan's military chief reinstates prime minister ousted after last month's coup ... Six killed during protests in Sudan as Al Jazeera bureau chief is arrested.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Sudan's newly reinstated Prime Minister Abadalla Hamdok told Saudi-owned television Al Arabiya on Tuesday that he asked the military to put an end to violence against protesters. Read full story ... .
When Sudan's top general reinstated the ousted premier in a televised palace ceremony Sunday, he did not reverse last month's coup d'etat so much as "whitewash" it, say analysts. Khartoum, (APP - UrduPoint / PakistanPointNews - 22nd Nov, 2021 ) .When Sudan's top general ...
That was essentially his message, that we must continue to see progress, we must continue to see Sudan move back down the democratic path and that starts with the reinstitution of the prime minister but it certainly doesn't end there," Price said regarding steps needed to restore US aid to Sudan.
Sudan’s military leaders and ousted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok have signed a deal to bring the latter back to power as the head of a cabinet of technocrats nearly a month after a much-condemned military coup dissolved his government ...The details of the deal were read out on Sudan’s state television ... Sudan.
25 putsch that overturned the civilian wing of Sudan’s power-sharing government will be freed and Hamdok will choose a new Cabinet of technocrats ... Speaking at the televised event, both Hamdok and al-Burhan said the agreement would put Sudan’s democratic transition back on track.
A protester lifts the Sudanese national flag at a rally in Khartoum, Sudan, on November 21, following the announcement of a deal to restore the country’s transition to civilian rule ...DespitePrime Minister Abdalla Hamdok’s release, there are still many unknowns for Sudan’s democratic transition ... #Sudan #Hamdouk #Burhan Agreement.
Farsab was covering protests against Sudan’s recent military coup when ... Authorities arrested Maher Abugoukh, the manager of several news and political programs on Sudan’s state television channels, from his home in Khartoum on the day of the coup, as CPJ reported at the time.
Nureldin Satti, Sudan’s ambassador to the United States, said somewhat prematurely in a television interview “the coup is over,” maintaining that the pressure of condemnation from within and outside Sudan was too great for Burhan to resist ... Sudan is of course one ...
Sudan has a long history of military coups, enjoying only rare interludes of democratic rule since independence in 1956...Burhan, de facto head of state since Bashir fell, has sacked the heads of Sudan’s state television and the official news agency.