Daily Archives: May 19, 2019

US Sudan Envoy Criticized for Dining With Darfuri Warlord

KHARTOUM Sudanese citizens are criticizing the American representative to their country for dining with one of Sudan’s most notorious warlords.

U.S. representative to Sudan, Charge D’Affaires Steven Koutsis, attended an Iftar meal to break the daily Ramadan fast on Saturday …

Sudan Military, Opposition Resume Talks After Street Violence

KHARTOUM Sudan’s ruling military council said it had restarted talks late on Sunday with an alliance of protest and opposition groups that is pushing for a civilian-led transition to democracy.

The Transitional Military Council (TMC) had suspended the talks late …

Kenya, Cameroon Militaries Fighting Terrorism Through Development

YAOUNDE A delegation from the Kenyan military is sharing experience on how the Cameroon military engineering corps has taken over road construction projects in Boko Haram terrorism prone areas to use the example and develop areas of its territory threatened …

Kenya, Cameroon Militaries Fighting Terrorism Through Development

YAOUNDE A delegation from the Kenyan military is sharing experience on how the Cameroon military engineering corps has taken over road construction projects in Boko Haram terrorism prone areas to use the example and develop areas of its territory threatened …

Sudan’s Military Council Says Perpetrators In Sit-In Attack Arrested

KHARTOUM, Sudan, Deputy Chairman of Sudan’s Transitional Military Council (TMC), Mohamed Hamdan Daqlu, said, armed perpetrators that attacked and killed protesters in Khartoum on Monday, have been arrested.

The perpetrators who committed Monday’s massacre have been arrested, with judicial confession, …

Torture Thrives in Climate of Impunity in DR Congo

GENEVA A U.N. watchdog group is demanding an end to the widespread practice of torture and other cruel punishments in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The DRC is one of six countries examined by the U.N. Committee Against Torture, which …