Daily Archives: May 14, 2019

Sudan talks resume after shootings mar breakthrough

Protest leaders resumed talks with Sudan’s military rulers Tuesday seeking to build on a political breakthrough overshadowed by deadly shootings that Washington blamed on the generals.

The protest movement is demanding a civilian-led transition following 30 years of ironfisted rule …

Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir Charged in Connection With Killing of Protesters

CAIRO � Sudan’s former president, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, has been charged over his role in the killing of protesters during demonstrations that led to his ouster last month, the nation’s public prosecutor said in a statement on Monday.

The prosecutor’s …

Eritreans in Cairo celebrate Independence Day anniversary

Asmara, The Eritrean community members in Cairo, Egypt, have celebrated the 28th Independence Day anniversary under the theme Resilience for Higher Progress.

At the event in which a number of nationals took part, Mr. Fasil Gebreselasie, Eritrean Ambassador in Egypt, …

The Man Who Terrorized Darfur Is Leading Sudan’s Supposed Transition

After Omar al-Bashir was deposed on April 11, Western diplomats made no mistake about who was in charge. Ambassadors from the United States, Britain, and the European Union did not shake hands with the transitional military council’s president, the little

Ethiopia is global leader for internally displaced persons – Report

Ethiopia maintained an unenviable record of being the global leader in internally displaced persons driven out of their places of residence due to conflicts across the country.

Ethiopia has close to three million people displced by violent conflicts according to …

Speech by Dr. Nicole Miller, Charge D’Affaires and Acting Head of European Delegation on Europe Day (Excerpts)

Another year older � and wiser. This is how we view the EU today, as it turns 62 years old or young.

The initial call on the nations of Europe to unite in order to make war on our continent …