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Water experts criticized Sudan’s former positions in negotiations with Egypt and Ethiopia over the Renaissance Dam, saying the positions amounted to political games as opposed to serving the country’s strategic interests.  These experts further warned that if the new government under the leadership...
Ambassador Bassām Rāḍī, official spokesperson for the Office of the President, said that Egypt welcomes the White House statement regarding the ongoing negotiations on the Renaissance Dam.
In the context of the recent Sudanese revolution and civil transformations, this article will follow the systematic persecution of Christians in Sudan. Instances of persecution of Christians in Sudan are generally isolated and temporary, yet have taken on a systematic nature, especially since...
The government of Sudan has announced on Saturday that it will not grant licenses for the construction of any new churches. The Minister of Guidance and Endowments stated Saturday that the existing churches were enough for the Christians in Sudan. 
Background: Following the assassination attempt on President Muḥammad Ḥusnī Mubārak in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in June of 1995, the government launched a massive campaign of clamping down on Muslim Brotherhood members. Cornelis Hulsman along with Sunnī Khālid (NPR) sat down with Egyptian Islamist and...
Rev. Būlus Halīm, the Spokesman for the Coptic Orthodox Church, disclosed new details about the Coptic priest who was kidnapped a few days ago in the town of Nyala, capital of South Darfur State. 
    As southern Sudan prepares to vote this week on a possible secession from the north, Sunnī Khālid says that the African-American community is also divided on the issue...      
                       The opening of the Darfur Reconstruction Conference in March 2010 recalled Egyptian-Sudanese Archpriest Filotheus Farag of al-Shaheedein. Filotheus preaches coexistence, acceptance, and love of all people, asserting it is God’s will to respect all cultures and he is renowned...
Political experts expect South Sudan to vote to secede from the Muslim north in 2011. Outcomes of the potential succession are debated though key concerns include the allotment of Nile water and the creation of an Islamic state in North Sudan. Sudanese president Bashir is working to maintain unity...
Mutāwi‘ Barakāt writes about Egyptian Coptic intellectuals rejection of the idea of increasing the attention that the UN and US have placed on the plight of the Copts in Egypt.

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