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    World Coup Underway In Sudan: Internet Disrupted, Prime Minister, 4 Others Detained – Nairaland
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    World Sudan police fire teargas at citizens protesting worsening economy – Vanguard News
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    World Sudan partially closes border with Ethiopia – agency – TODAY News
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    World Lawyers walk out of Sudan ex-president trial in protest – Vanguard News
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    World Sudan seizes explosives ‘large enough’ to blow up Khartoum – TODAY
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    World Floods in Sudan kill 63 since July ― Interior ministry – Vanguard News
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    World Sudan allows alcohol consumption, decriminalises leaving Islam – Vanguard News
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    World Sudan criminalises female genital mutilation – Vanguard News
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    World Coronavirus: Sudan’s COVID-19 death toll overtakes Nigeria – Daily Post Nigeria News
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    Metro 145 stranded Nigerians return home as 18 depart France – New Telegraph
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    World South Sudan vice president and wife test positive for Coronavirus – Linda Ikeji’s Blog
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    World Sudan Announces First Covid-19 Case As Man Dies – Channels Television
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    World South Sudan rebel leader sworn in as vice president – TODAY

    South Sudan opposition leader Riek Machar took the oath of office as First Vice President on Saturday formally rejoining the government. Machar and three other vice presidents of South Sudan were sworn in, on the deadline to form the new unity government.... Read more via TODAY –...
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    World Sudan to hand Bashir to ICC for Darfur crimes – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Sudan has agreed to hand ousted autocrat Omar al-Bashir and others to the International Criminal Court for alleged war crimes in Darfur, a member of Khartoum’s ruling body said Tuesday.... Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Get more World News
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    World Ex-President Found Guilty Of Corruption By Court – Tori News

    A court has found a deposed president who ruled his country for more than 29 years guilty. According to a report by AFP, the Sudanese court convicted deposed president.... Read more via Tori News – Get more World News
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    World Ousted Sudan dictator Omar al-Bashir ‘got $90 million from Saudi royals’ – Yahoo News

    Omar al-Bashir, the ousted dictator of Sudan, was given $90 million (£74 million) from senior Saudi royals before he was overthrown, investigators said at the start of his corruption trial. Just four months after he was forced from the power, the 75-year-old former … Read more via Yahoo...
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    World Sudan rain kills seven, leaves thousands homeless – Daily MonitorHome

    Heavy rain in Sudan has caused extensive flooding that killed at least seven people in the country’s south Tuesday, the state news agency reported. “Seven citizens were killed, two injured and 10 villages affected by rain and flooding in Jazira state,” SUNA said...... Read more via Daily...
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    World Sudan’s Military, Opposition Move Closer In Transition Talks – Leadership Newspaper

    Opposition leaders said, yesterday, that they had resolved major sticking points in talks with Sudan’s military rulers, bringing them closer to a deal on forming a new transitional government after the ousting of long-time leader, Omar al-Bashir. The reported progress came three days after...
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    World Sudan shuts schools as pupils’ killing sparks outrage – Daily Nation

    Sudanese authorities Tuesday ordered all schools nationwide to suspend classes indefinitely after crowds of students launched demonstrations against the killing of six protesters including five pupils at a rally in a central town. “Killing a student is killing a nation,” chanted … Read more...
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    World Sudan Rocked by “Million-Man” March against Military Rule –

    Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets across Sudan Sunday chanting ‘civilian rule, civilian rule” as police fired tear gas in Khartoum, amid international calls for restraint to avoid a new deadly crackdown. The planned “million-man” march is being seen as a test for protest...