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Saudi Arabia made a cunning move to boost its influence. Will Israel step in?

Russia Today 10 Jul 2024
In an interview with local television, Public Business Sector spokesperson Mansour Abdel Ghani said that the Council of Ministers had formed a special committee to discuss the issue ... Read more Sudan at stake.

Iran, Bahrain move to open new chapter in bilateral ties as regional convergence grows

Press TV 24 Jun 2024
Before Bahrain, countries such as Kuwait, Sudan, Egypt as well as the UAE and Jordan had restored ties with Iran. In a televised interview two weeks ago, Mohammad Jamshidi, the deputy chief of staff ...

CPJ calls for immediate release of Sudanese photographer Abdelaziz Mahmoud Arja

CPJ 08 May 2024
“We are deeply concerned by the Rapid Support Forces soldiers’ arrest of state television photographer Abdelaziz Mahmoud Arja and urge all parties in the conflict in Sudan to ensure that he is ...

In Sudan's El Fasher, a deadly battle for Darfur looms

The New Arab 07 May 2024
Similarly, in a recently televised interview with BBC Arabic, General Burhan’s deputy in the Sovereign Council of the Government of Sudan, Malik Agar, implied that no invitation was received by the Army-led government either.

UN Security Council Postpones Sudan-UAE Conflict Talks: Analyzing International Diplomatic Maneuvers

Watan 30 Apr 2024
Sudan’s ambassador, Al-Harith Idriss, stated in remarks to Sudanese state television that the postponement was “procedural” due to the lack of an English translation of the complaint, according to “Sudan Tribune.”.

Sudan: former PM charged with crimes punishable by death

Middle East Monitor 04 Apr 2024
Sudan’s Public Prosecution Office, affiliated with Army Commander Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, has charged former Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok with crimes that are ...

Susan Keezer: Fortunate

Daily Telegram 24 Mar 2024
But then my memory interfered and brought up recent news stories I’d heard on the radio and seen on television about what was going on between Israel and Hamas on Gaza, between Russia and the Ukraine and between warring groups in Sudan.

Sudan’s military regains control of TV and radio headquarters from RSF after intense fighting

The Associated Press 12 Mar 2024
Tuesday's seizure of the headquarters of Sudan’s Radio and Television in Omdurman came after months of intense fighting.

Sudan’s military regains control of TV and radio stations

The New Arab 12 Mar 2024
The paramilitary Rapid Support Forces seized the headquarters of Sudan's Radio and Television in the first weeks of Sudan’s conflict which broke out in April last year after long-simmering tensions between its commander and the head of the military.

Sudan's military regains control of TV and radio headquarters from RSF after intense fighting

Newsday 12 Mar 2024
CAIRO — Sudan’s military has said it regained control of the country’s national radio and television headquarters on Tuesday from a rival paramilitary group it has been battling for about a year.

Sudan: army has ‘taken control’ of national radio and television HQ

Middle East Monitor 12 Mar 2024
The Sudanese Army said today that it has taken control of Sudan’s national radio and television headquarters from the paramilitary ...

Sudan army regains control of national TV and radio headquarters from RSF

Al Jazeera 12 Mar 2024
Sudan’s army has taken control of the country’s national radio and television headquarters from the rival paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF), the army said in a statement ... in Sudan during Ramadan.

Sudan's army says it took control of national radio and television HQ

The Star 12 Mar 2024
(Reuters) - Sudan's army said in a statement on Tuesday that it took control of national radio and television headquarter from the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF). Read full story ... .

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