The United Nations received reports from local sources in South Sudan on Tuesday that between 400 and 500 people had been killed and up to 800 wounded in the latest violence, and the government said it had arrested 10 politicians in connection w
UAE's leading telecom company Etisalat could resurrect talks to sell its Sudanese telecom arm Canar to Kuwait's Zain, as both sides remain keen on a deal despite a breakdown in negotiations earlier this year, a source close to the matter
Sudan's central bank has devalued the Sudanese pound by 22.6 percent against the dollar, the second such move in little over a year as the African country struggles with hard currency shortages.
Sudan's economy has been in
Bahrain-based BMMI, through its fully owned subsidiary Global Sourcing & Supply (GSS), has expanded its reach into the African market.
The group recently acquired land occupation rights and a logistics base in Port-Gentil, Gab
South Sudanese lender Liberty Commercial Bank plans to expand its retail business with the help of foreign investors and is looking for a partner in Dubai to tap rising trade with the Gulf, a senior executive said.
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More than 3,000 protesters took to the streets of the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Saturday to demand President Omar Hassan al-Bashir quit, witnesses said, after days of unrest in which dozens of people have been killed.
Twenty-seven people were killed during protests in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, a medical source said on Thursday.
"There were 27 people killed in the protests and their bodies are at the Omdurman hospit
Brent crude held above $109 a barrel on Monday, paring earlier losses after robust manufacturing data from China lifted the outlook for demand from the world's second largest oil consumer.
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Saudi Arabia's aviation authority said Sudanese President Omar Hassan Al-Bashir's plane was barred from entering the kingdom's airspace this week while on a flight to Iran because it did not have the right permit.
The fall of Middle East regimes and renewed conflict there have squeezed oil supply, returning the region's politics to the fore as an energy worry for the world.
Oil outages in Iraq, South Sudan, Libya and Iran are combining