Embassy of Sudan in Washington D.C.

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Embassy of Sudan in Washington D.C.

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U.S.-Sudan Signing Ceremony on Bilateral Claims Agreement

U.S.-Sudan Signing Ceremony on Bilateral Claims Agreement

It memorializes Sudan’s agreement to provide $335 million in compensation for victims of terrorism, which will be released to the United States following the rescission of Sudan’s State Sponsor of Terrorism designation and the enactment of legislation that would...

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Passport Issuance and Renewal – تعميم

Passport Issuance and Renewal – تعميم

يسر سفارة السودان – واشنطن ان تعلن عن بداية العمل بقسم الجوازات والسجل المدني لإصدار وتجديد الجواز والرقم الوطني اعتبارا من يوم الأربعاء الموافق الأول من يوليو ٢٠٢٠م وفقا للموجهات الاحترازية الصحية بالولايات المتحدة الأمريكية....

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Sudan’s Appointment of First Christian

Sudan’s Appointment of First Christian

Sudan’s appointment of a Coptic Christian to the transitional ruling Sovereign Council has raised hopes that Christians will see equal rights after decades of oppression under former president Omar al-Bashir. Sudan’s Coptic Christians celebrated in September after the...

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Africa gets another female Chief Justice

Africa gets another female Chief Justice

Sudan has toed the line of change by appointing its first female Chief Justice, Neemat Abdullah Mohamed Khair. She becomes only the fifth female Chief Justices in African after Ghana’s Sophia Akuffo, Seychelles’ Mathilda Twomey, Ethiopia’s Ashenafi and Lesotho’s...

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Sudan forms first cabinet

Sudan forms first cabinet

Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok announced the names of 18 ministers in the new Cabinet and said he would name two more at a later stage. The members include Sudan's first woman foreign minister and a former World Bank economist. "A new stage in Sudan's history starts...

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