Mohammed Vall

Mohammed Vall

Middle East

Sudan's new leader faces daunting economic challenges

Wrecked by decades of economic mismanagement and civil war Sudan has $52bn in foreign debt and high unemployment.

Sudan's new leader faces daunting economic challenges

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Sudan protests: Female activists call for recognition

Women in Sudan make up more than 50 percent of the population, and have played a key role in the recent uprising that led to the end of the rule of Omar al-Bashir.

Sudan protests: Female activists call for recognition

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Sudan floods kill at least 78 people

Hundreds of villages in 6 federal states across Sudan have been evacuated.

Sudan floods kill at least 78 people

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Sudan's opposition threatens civil disobedience as talks stall

As military council objects to protesters' demands, opposition vows to escalate matters until the deadlock is broken.

Sudan's opposition threatens civil disobedience as talks stall

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Sudan in transition: Protesters call to dismantle army influence

On April 11, former President Omar al-Bashir lost the game of power to Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

Sudan in transition: Protesters call to dismantle army influence

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The life and work of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Khashoggi was considered the most renowned Saudi journalist before his murder in the Saudi consulate in Turkey six months ago.

The life and work of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi

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Algeria risks further political unrest as protests persist

Many oppose President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's plan to stay in power beyond end of his term.

Algeria risks further political unrest as protests persist

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Sudan's women expose 'injustice' on Facebook

They're unmasking violent behaviour of Sudan's security forces on the women-only Facebook group 'Minbar Chat'.

Sudan's women expose 'injustice' on Facebook

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Sudan sees first admission of fatal torture of protester

The victim schoolteacher was detained during demonstrations against the government and his death has caused widespread anger and condemnation.

Sudan sees first admission of fatal torture of protester

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Sudan's university professors leave country to flee poverty

Fed up with neglect and oppression, over 50 percent of Sudan's professors go abroad in search of better opportunities.

Sudan's university professors leave country to flee poverty

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Port Sudan workers' union angry with takeover deal

Port Sudan Container Terminal's angry workers were surprised by a sudden takeover of the port by a Philippine company.

Port Sudan workers' union angry with takeover deal

Middle East

How bread has emerged as the main symbol of Sudan unrest

More protests are planned against President Omar al-Bashir's 30-year rule after many killed in brutal crackdown.

How bread has emerged as the main symbol of Sudan unrest