Sudan factory blast: Narendra Modi expresses grief over death of 18 Indian workers among 23 killed in LPG tanker explosion
At least 18 Indians were among 23 people killed in an LPG tanker blast that destroyed a ceramic factory in Sudan, the Indian mission said on Wednesday. Over 130 were injured
Sudan tanker blast: 18 Indians among 23 killed in LPG tanker explosion, says Indian embassy; seven hospitalised with four in critical condition
At least 18 Indians were among the 23 people killed and over 130 injured in a horrific LPG tanker blast at a ceramic factory in Sudan, the Indian mission said in Khartoum on Wednesday
Sudan's Cabinet sworn in, first since military ousted former president Omar al-Bashir after pro-democracy protests
Sudan swore in its first Cabinet since the military ousted autocratic President Omar al-Bashir in April following mass pro-democracy protests
Sudan set to officiate deal for transition to civilian rule on Saturday even as concerns remain over justice for slain protesters
Sudan's military rulers and protest leaders on Saturday are scheduled to sign a landmark deal reached after a bloody uprising which is meant to pave the way for civilian rule
Sudan ruling generals, protesters agree on power-sharing accord of new governing body after month-long political crisis
At least 136 people were killed across Sudan since the raid, including more than 100 on 3 June, according to doctors close to the umbrella protest movement, the Alliance for Freedom and Change.
Sudan crisis: Military council, protesters agree on power-sharing governance after month-long political unrest; 136 people killed in conflict
Sudan's ruling generals and protest leaders reached an agreement on the disputed issue of a new governing body Friday, in a breakthrough accord aimed at ending the country's months-long political crisis.
Sudan's army urges protesters to resume negotiations on transition of power, people continue demonstrations seeking civilian rule
Sudan's military council on Wednesday urged opposition leaders to resume negotiations on the transition of power but protestors show no sign of stopping demonstrations
Sudan protests: Ousted president Omar-al Bashir makes first public appearance since April after being charged with corruption
Sudan’s ex-president Omar al-Bashir was charged with corruption-related offences on Sunday, as he appeared in public for the first time since he was overthrown.
Sudan protests: Leaders agree to end civil disobedience campaign and resume talks with ruling generals
Protest leaders have agreed to end a campaign of civil disobedience launched after a deadly crackdown on demonstrators and to resume talks with Sudan's ruling generals, an Ethiopian mediator said on Tuesday.
Sudan: Talks suspended between protest leaders and military; Islamist movements back army to maintain Sharia law
The Islamists have also backed the army's demands that the head of Sudan's new governing body be a military figure — putting them at odds with protesters who want civilian rule
Salih Ghosh had overseen a sweeping crackdown led by NISS agents against protesters taking part in four months of mass demonstations that led up to the toppling of veteran president Omar al-Bashir by the army on Thursday.
'Regime has fallen': Sudan president Omar-al-Bashir ousted by army after months of anti-government protests
Sudan president Omar al-Bashir was ousted by the army on Thursday, brought down by months of anti-government protests against his three decades of iron-fisted rule.
Nine Sudanese women sentenced to 20 lashes, a month in jail for participating in 'unauthorised' anti-govt protest
Nine female protesters in Sudan were sentenced to 20 lashes and one month in prison for rioting, the Democratic Alliance of Lawyers said
Sudan president Omar al-Bashir fires foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandour after he reveals diplomats unpaid for months
President Omar al-Bashir on Thursday fired Sudan's foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandour, state media reported, after he said that Sudanese diplomats abroad had been unpaid for months.
The top US envoy in Sudan said on Sunday that conditions have to be "right" for holding talks with Khartoum on removing it from Washington's blacklist of state sponsors of "terrorism".
At least 279 people have died and thousands sickened in Sudan from suspected acute diarrhoea since August, UN agencies said.
Paris: Carlos the Jackal, already serving two life sentences for murder, should be given a third life term for a deadly 1974 bombing in Paris, a French prosecutor said on Monday.
Under pressure to quash allegations that troops raped 200 women and girls after a soldier disappeared, the government brought reporters to observe the investigation.
AU called for a cessation of hostilities between the government and two rebel factions, part of wider efforts to stem multiple rebellions across Sudan.