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Darfur militia leader arrested in Central African Republic, sent to ICC

Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir is also wanted by the ICC. He faces charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity for atrocities committed by pro-government forces in Darfur.

By REUTERS
09/06/2020
THE ISRAEL-LEBANON border this week – when will the next flareup take place?
Lebanon arrests 5 Sudanese trying to infiltrate into Israel

The incidents over the weekend follow a series of incidents in recent weeks in which Sudanese nationals were caught infiltrating Israel from Lebanon.

31/05/2020
WITH DEPUTY Public Security Minister Gadi Yevarkan and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the memo
Israeli medical team comes to Sudan despite lack of diplomatic relations

The arrival was supposed to remain secret, but the plane and its unusual destination appeared on flight-tracking websites.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
29/05/2020
Woman who helped normalize Israel-Sudan relations dies of coronavirus

According to foreign sources, Israel decided to try and give her medical treatment for the coronavirus, due to her previous involvement with laying the ground work for the Israel-Sudan normalization.

The head of Sudan's Transitional Military Council, Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, talks
Sudan leader: Gov't could normalize relations with Israel

"Sudan should not be in a state of hostility with any party, religion or sect ...Sudan after the revolution is required to become different from what preceded it.”

Sudan authorizes direct flights to Israel over its territory

The move comes after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Sudanese leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan in February and announced that they would take steps towards normalization.

Exhibit showcases Israeli artists alongside artists from Eritrea and Sudan

In her exhibition ‘Other Name,’ curator Yael Fibak Ilan presents works by known Israeli artists alongside unknown artists from Eritrea and Sudan

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
27/02/2020
Wrestlers fight for peace in ravaged South Sudan

Matches draw huge crowds across the country and carried on sporadically during the conflict.

By REUTERS
26/02/2020
South Sudan's former rebel leader sworn in as first vice president

"This action signifies the end to the war," President Kiir told the gathering of dignitaries and journalists. "Peace has come and it has come to stay."

By REUTERS
22/02/2020
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