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Sudanese Authorities Demolish 28-year-old Church in Southern Khartoum

Sudanese Authorities Demolish 28-year-old Church in Southern Khartoum

(Al-Tareeq)  On Sunday, May 7th, joint security forces demolished the Sudanese Church of Christ, 22 km south of Khartoum. The destruction resulted in numerous severe damages in the building itself…
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Sudanese Parliament Approves Constitutional Amendments

Sudanese Parliament Approves Constitutional Amendments

On Monday, the Sudanese Parliament voted in favor of a draft of the constitutional amendments under the Freedoms section, and it is currently undergoing its third stage of review. The…
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Sudan accuses South Sudan president of meeting rebels

Sudan accuses South Sudan president of meeting rebels

Khartoum, April 24 (Reuters) - Sudan on Monday warned South Sudan to cease its support of rebel groups at war with Khartoum, accusing its president of meeting with rebels last…
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Expansion of the Religious Discrimination against Christians in Sudan

Expansion of the Religious Discrimination against Christians in Sudan

On 3rd April 2017, the courtyard of the Evangelical Church and School in Omdurman, witnessed the killing of Sheikh Yunnan Abdullah, a religious leader of the church, an incident which…
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Forced Labor

Street Vendors in Sudan Forced Into Unpaid Labour

Hussein Adam would have never imagined as he left his house in the outskirts of Khartoum, going on about his day to work in the streets of the city, that…
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