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Sudanese exiles from the US, Britain and the Gulf have returned to fill government posts and succeed figures in Bashir's Islamist regime.

The peace agreement to end devastating wars in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile could be a key turning point in Sudan's democratic transition.

Sudan signs peace with holdout rebel group

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Sudan signs peace with holdout rebel group

Ending war with the rebels has been a cornerstone policy of Sudan's transitional government, which came to power in the months after Omar al-Bashir's overthrow.

Death toll 'rises to 30' in Port Sudan clashes

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Death toll 'rises to 30' in Port Sudan clashes

Authorities have imposed a nighttime curfew on the eastern city, whose port is the transit point for most of Sudan's foreign trade.

Medics say 25 dead in ethnic clashes in Sudan

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Medics say 25 dead in ethnic clashes in Sudan

25 people have been killed during ethnic group clashes in Port Sudan.

The New Arab Staff

Sudan imposes curfew after tribal clashes kill 4

At least four people were killed and 35 others injured after clashes erupted in Port Sudan.

The New Arab & agencies

Sudan official: 3 killed, dozens wounded in tribal clashes

The fighting erupted between the Bani Amer tribe and the Nuba tribe in the city of Kassalla.

The New Arab & agencies

Gunfire erupts at two security agency bases in Sudan

Reports of gunfire at the Sudan Security Agency just days after Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok visited rebel stronghold.

The New Arab

Sudan PM makes historic visit to rebel-held south

The visit by Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok marks the first by a senior government official in at least nine years.

US condemns deadly violence in Sudan's West Darfur

The New Arab

US condemns deadly violence in Sudan's West Darfur

At least 65 people have been killed and around 30,000 displaced, according to UNAMID and UNOCHA.

The New Arab

Sudan celebrates Christmas for first time in a decade

Ousted dictator Omar al-Bashir barred public Christmas celebrations.

Sudan dropped from US violators of religious freedom blacklist

The New Arab & agencies

Sudan dropped from US violators of religious freedom blacklist

Khartoum has seen warmer ties with Washington in recent months as it attempts to be removed from the state sponsors of terrorism list.

Sudan PM meets Darfur rebel leader in France: Macron

The New Arab & agencies

Sudan PM meets Darfur rebel leader in France: Macron

Sudan's prime minister had a 'profound' 3-hour meeting with an exiled Darfur rebel leader in Paris in what has been hailed as an essential step ...

Dozens killed in Sudan tribal clashes

The New Arab

Dozens killed in Sudan tribal clashes

Around 200 people have been injured so far in the clashes which have centered on the country's east.

Sudan triggers state of emergency over tribal clashes

The New Arab

Sudan triggers state of emergency over tribal clashes

Clashes have raged since Wednesday between the tribes of Bani Amer and Nuba in Port Sudan, prompting authorities to activate a state of ...

Sarra Majdoub

Sudan: Who is Hemedti? The man behind the massacres

Comment: Hemedti could become a Frankenstein's monster, annihilating any hope of a new Sudan, and turning against those who enabled his rise, writes Sarra Majdoub.

Afnan Hassab Jaffar

Sudan uprising: Echoing the voices of the youth

Feature: Why did these youngsters take to the streets and what is driving them to put their lives at risk? The New Arab speaks to the youth of ...

Bashair Ahmed

Sudan's revolution risks being stolen from under our noses

Comment: Bashir's state of emergency remains in place and no sight of a civilian government is emerging. This is a critical time for Sudan's ...

The New Arab

Sudan activists present demands to military council

Leading Sudanese protest organisers on Saturday met with the transitional military council now governing the country to present their demands, ...

Sudanese women are calling for social justice revolution

Mel Plant

Sudanese women are calling for social justice revolution

After years of systemic discrimination and violence, Sudanese women are now imagining a Sudan without Bashir's regime – a Sudan with social ...

Mat Nashed

EU migration deal emboldens war criminals in Sudan

Comment: By dealing with a militia state, the EU is now at the mercy of war lords who run the country, writes Mat Nashed.

On the front lines with Sudan's e-Rebels

Austin Bodetti

On the front lines with Sudan's e-Rebels

In-depth: A new style of warfare is emerging, as activists using technology to organise are targeted by state-sponsored hackers, passing ...

Sudanese activists fear lifting sanctions will 'greenlight' regime atrocities

Matt Broomfield

Sudanese activists fear lifting sanctions will 'greenlight' regime atrocities

In-depth: Sudanese activists have told The New Arab of their fears the Sudanese regime will step up human rights violations now US sanctions ...

EU pays Sudan blood-money to stop migrant routes

Matt Broomfield

EU pays Sudan blood-money to stop migrant routes

EU governments are silencing their internal concerns over massive human rights violations in Sudan while paying out money to prevent the flow of ...

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