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Mainstream Media Only Say One Thing “War” While Sudanese Techpreneurs Are Busy Touching Lives

We look for the stories that deserve the limelight and not your ears. We find the stories that are worth-telling to make you see things

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Egypt extends power grid to Sudan

The electricity grids of Egypt and Sudan were officially connected on Friday with an initial capacity of 60 megawatts, Sudan’s Ministry of Energy and Mining

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Sudan-Israel Relations Agreed, Donald Trump Announces

Sudan is to normalise relations with Israel, US President Donald Trump says – the latest in a series of Arab League countries to do so,

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Sudan protesters rally against economic hardship

Sudanese protesters rallied Wednesday against a deepening economic crisis but large police and army presence prevented mass demonstrations that had been called for online. The

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Protests in Sudan turns bloody

The violence broke out following the sacking of the governor of neighbouring Kassala State.Doctors in Sudan say at least six people have been killed and

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UNICEF, South Sudan launch campaign to tackle child marriage

South Sudan, in collaboration with the UN Children Agency (UNICEF), recently launched a campaign aimed at ending rampant child marriages in the young East African

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Sudan and main rebel groups formalize peace deal

Sudan’s power-sharing government and several rebel groups on Saturday formalised a peace agreement aimed at resolving decades of conflict which left millions displaced and hundreds

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Sudan: Government, Green Climate Fund, UNDP support citizens with climate-resilient water, food security projects

The Green Climate Fund has approved US$25.6 million in new funding for an innovative climate resilience project in Sudan, designed to promote agriculture, health, and

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Sudan, Egypt, Ethiopia resume talks on Nile dam

Talks between Sudan, Egypt, and Ethiopia over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on the Nile River resumed on Friday under African Union (AU) mediation.