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Sudan's streets were flooded with the wave of unrest that crested in 2011 across the Arabic speaking world. In 2013, again, a major protest took hold of Sudan. This was the largest protest since the military coup in 1989. Inflation drove people to the streets, with the Communist Party of Sudan as one of the ...
The two join together at Khartoum, the Sudanese capital, with the former supplying 90 percent of the total volume of water. ... In 1959, Egypt had 35 million inhabitants, Sudan 11 million and Ethiopia 27 million. .... On 30 June 1989, a coup in Khartoum brought Omar al-Bashir and his Islamists to power.

"But we are still not fully free because several of our colleagues are still detained," said Al-Sidiq Al-Sadiq, son of former premier Sadiq al-Mahdi, whose government was ousted by Bashir in an Islamist-backed coup in 1989. "The conditions that took us to jail have still not changed. There are still some laws ...
Reports suggest he was the senior intelligence officer responsible for al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden when he was in Sudan until 1996. In 2000, he helped crush dissidents who had split from the Sudanese Islamic movement, which had backed the 1989 coup by Bashir. He was the manager of ...
Coupled with current popular protests over the 2018 austerity budget that are gathering momentum across Sudan, these factors create the conditions that will result in one of two scenarios in Sudan: either swift and meaningful change, or descent into chaos and disintegration. Without meaningful domestic ...
Coupled with current popular protests over the 2018 austerity budget that are gathering momentum across Sudan, these factors create the conditions that will result in one of two scenarios in Sudan: either swift and meaningful change, or descent into chaos and disintegration. Without meaningful domestic ...

The new appointment of Sudan's intelligence chief Salah Abdallah Gosh may bring a paradigm shift in Khartoum's foreign policy. ... the Brotherhood movement in Sudan until the 1989 Islamist coup before being appointed as an intelligence officer in the National Intelligence and Security Services in Sudan.
The new appointment of Sudan's intelligence chief Salah Abdallah Gosh may bring a paradigm shift in Khartoum's foreign policy. ... the Brotherhood movement in Sudan until the 1989 Islamist coup before being appointed as an intelligence officer in the National Intelligence and Security Services in Sudan.
Salih, who studied engineering, has worked on and off for NISS since the 1989 coup that brought Bashir to power, according to Sudanese media. As its chief, he is credited with building NISS into one of the most powerful security agencies of Bashir's regime. But in 2009 he was removed as NISS chief.
With economic problems in Sudan deepening, there is a strong fear the government will become more ruthless in its crackdown against dissent. Since al-Bashir came to power in a 1989 coup, Sudan has been involved in near perpetual internal conflict, specifically with what is now-South Sudan and Darfur.
Umma party is headed by former premier Sadiq al-Mahdi, whose civilian government was overthrown in the 1989 Islamist-backed coup that brought President Omar al-Bashir to power. Nasir, a retired major general and former armed forces chief of staff, was the defence minister in Mahdi's government.
In the Sudan, Omar-al-Bashir has been in power for 29 years having come to power in a coup in June 1989. Issaias Afewerki has been Eritrea's President for 25 years. Barring a rebellion or death, he is unlikely to be leaving soon. He was first elected president - by the national assembly - in 1993 and since ...
Elbagir explores the changing atmosphere during that period, including the 80s and early 90s, the restrictions brought in after Sudan's 1989 coup, and digs into what music means in a country that's come up against famine, civil war and economic and political crisis. She looks to legendary musician Sharhabeel Ahmed, who ...
Reports suggest he was the senior intelligence officer responsible for al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden when he was in Sudan until 1996. In 2000, he helped crush dissidents who had split from the Sudanese Islamic movement, which had backed the 1989 coup by Bashir. He was the manager of ...
The new appointment of Sudan's intelligence chief Salah Abdallah Gosh may bring a paradigm shift in Khartoum's foreign policy. ... the Brotherhood movement in Sudan until the 1989 Islamist coup before being appointed as an intelligence officer in the National Intelligence and Security Services in Sudan.
Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir, President of Sudan, has ruled for 28 years. Becoming President in 1989 as a result of a military coup, which ousted a democratically-elected government, al-Bashir has been accused of major corruption during his tenure, looting the wealth of his country. US diplomatic cables ...
Gosh, until Sunday a lawmaker for the ruling National Congress Party, worked on and off for NISS since the 1989 coup that brought Bashir to power, according to Sudanese media. As its chief, he was credited with building NISS into one of the most powerful security agencies of Bashir's government before ...

Umma party is headed by former premier Sadiq al-Mahdi, whose civilian government was overthrown in the 1989 Islamist-backed coup that brought President Omar al-Bashir to power. Nasir, a retired major general and former armed forces chief of staff, was the defence minister in Mahdi's government.
“Given such a situation, Al-Bashir could press ahead with military confrontation against Eritrea as a means to silence all opposition voices calling for improvements to the conditions affecting people's lives in Sudan.” Omar Al-Bashir came to power through a military coup in 1989 and served as chairman of ...
Ongoing tensions in the Red Sea region came to the fore in late December, when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited Sudan as part of his Africa ... Bashir himself came to power in a military coup in 1989; he allied himself with Hassan al-Turabi, the leader of a Sudanese offshoot of the Muslim ...
When the Islamists took over power in Sudan through a military coup and ruled from 1989 to the late 1990s, it caused shocks and shivers in Egypt's body politic. Egypt, of course, responded by supporting the Sudanese opposition movement and occupying the Halayeb triangle. To make matters worse, ...
Fears have been raised that Sudan's government, led by Omar al-Bashir, was in effect allowed to handpick political opponents for repatriation from Europe. Bashir, who came to power in 1989 after a military coup, is wanted in The Hague over allegations of crimes against humanity. On Sunday, Bart De ...
October is an important month not only for students but for many freedom-seeking Sudanese people. This month basically remind people of the overthrow of Abbud in the October Revolution of 1964. On June 30, 1989, a military coup led by General Omer Hassan al-Bashir toppled the democratically ...
Bashir's crimes started when he forcibly assumed office in June 1989 as he led a group of officers in a military coup that toppled the democratically elected government of prime minister Sadiq al-Mahdi after beginning negotiations with rebels in South Sudan. Sudan was in the middle of a 21-year civil war ...
They were born only 15 years after Sudan gained independence from British rule. And in 1989, Omar al-Bashir led a coup against Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi. Al-Bashir's government failed to provide basic necessities such as food, education and health care, and exploited the citizens' Islamic ...
June 30, 1989 - Leads a coup against Sudan's Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi. Establishes and proclaims himself chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council. Dissolves the government, political parties and trade unions. April 1990 - Survives a coup attempt. Orders the execution of over 30 army and ...
The new cabinet was unveiled late Thursday by Bakri Hassan Saleh, appointed in March as Sudan's first prime minister since the post was scrapped in an Islamist-backed coup that brought President Omar al-Bashir to power. Saleh said the government would prioritise "increasing production, improving ...
KHARTOUM, Sudan - A former army general and top aide to President Omar al-Bashir was sworn in Thursday as Sudan's first prime minister since the post was scrapped in a 1989 Islamist-backed coup. Bakri Hassan Saleh, a military officer involved in the bloodless coup that brought Bashir to power three ...
Salih, who studied engineering, has worked on and off for NISS since the 1989 coup that brought Bashir to power, according to Sudanese media. As its chief, he is credited with building NISS into one of the most powerful security agencies of Bashir's regime. But in 2009 he was removed as NISS chief.
With economic problems in Sudan deepening, there is a strong fear the government will become more ruthless in its crackdown against dissent. Since al-Bashir came to power in a 1989 coup, Sudan has been involved in near perpetual internal conflict, specifically with what is now-South Sudan and Darfur.
After Sudan gained its independence, the relationship was influenced by political tendencies in both countries. I was among the first group of people who visited Sudan the day after the 1989 coup led by Omar Al-Bashir. Many Egyptians thought at the time that the coming regime would be friendly to Egypt.
Shinn: A former army general who will retain his previous position as Sudan's first vice president, Saleh has a long and cordial relationship with Bashir.
The South Sudanese people fought for decades for their independence from a rapacious, discriminatory Sudanese regime.
The government of Omar Hassan al-Bashir in Khartoum, which seized power in a coup in 1989, regularly attacked the means of food production and used starvation as a weapon against the rebellious South Sudanese populations, just as it is still doing in ...
It is worth to mention that Sudan has forged a strategic partnership with several European countries and the EU to combat illegal migration and human trafficking.
Ahmed was five years old in 1989 when his father took the family from Sudan to Provo, Utah. The move was supposed to be temporary, but a coup overthrew the Sudanese government, the elder Gallab lost his position, and political colleagues started ...
Yet coups are not yet consigned to history in African politics, as evidenced by military takeovers in Mauritania, Guinea and Guinea-Bissau in 2008, Niger in 2010, and Mali in 2012.
It is worth to mention that Sudan has forged a strategic partnership with several European countries and the EU to combat illegal migration and human trafficking.
SUDAN: Historic moment for Sudan as it gets its first prime minister, after the post was scrapped in 1989 over an Islamist-backed coup. Bakri Hassan Saleh, a former army general and top aide to President Omar al-Bashir was sworn in on Thursday after he ...
Mr Saleh was endorsed as the country's first premier since 1989, when Mr Bashir came to power in a coup, during the ruling National Congress Party's (NCP) meeting on Wednesday.
But the promotion of African antiquities isn't a priority for Omar al-Bashir, president of Sudan since his successful military coup in 1989. It's up to travellers to take the initiative. Indeed, with Egypt still recovering from a huge slump in visitors ...
The post was abolished after the coup that brought the current government to power in 1989. In a press statement in Khartoum, Ahmed Bilal Osman, Sudan's Minister of Information, said President Bashir issued two decrees related to the cabinet's ...
Sudan has sworn in a new Prime Minister. He is a former army general and top aide to President Omar l-Bashir. Bakri Hassan Saleh was sworn in as Sudan's first prime minister since the post was scrapped in a 1989 Islamist-backed coup. Image result for ...
Born in 1949 in Sudan's northern Hafir Mashoo region, Salih is seen as a close confidante of the president and the only person to have remained in government since the 1989 military coup -- which he supported -- that brought al-Bashir to power. He has ...
Khartoum - A former army general and top aide to President Omar al-Bashir was sworn in on Thursday as Sudan's first prime minister since the post was scrapped in a 1989 Islamist-backed coup. Bakri Hassan Saleh, a military officer involved in the ...
KHARTOUM, Sudan - A former army general and top aide to President Omar al-Bashir was sworn in Thursday as Sudan's first prime minister since the post was scrapped in a 1989 Islamist-backed coup. Bakri Hassan Saleh, a military officer involved in the ...
CAIRO (AP) - Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has appointed a prime minister for the first time since the 1989 coup that brought him to power. Prime Minister Bakri Hassan Saleh, an army general and close confidante of the president who is widely known ...
In that year anti-Ethiopian regimes came to power through coups in Sudan (May), Libya (September), and Somalia (October).
Al Bashir, who has led Sudan since 1989 when he overthrew a democratically elected government in a military coup, is wanted by the ICC for overseeing a campaign of genocide, rape, pillage and other crimes against humanity perpetrated against citizens ...
Al Bashir, who has led Sudan since 1989 when he overthrew a democratically elected government in a military coup, is wanted by the ICC for overseeing a campaign of genocide, rape, pillage and other crimes against humanity perpetrated against citizens ...


 

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