Economy of Sudan

By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 10th, 2012
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Political and Military Implications, International Obligations By Eric Reeves Recent commentary on the purported “coup attempt” in Khartoum has been quite various, sometimes even fanciful, with little in the way of consensus about how serious the “coup” was or precisely who wa...
By benim
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Apr 4th, 2011
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The freight train rumbles over the Blue Nile bridge and snakes through the capital. It could take weeks to reach its destination, in Darfur, for despite the potential to link up a divided nation, Sudan’s railways are derelict, after years of sanctions and neglect. With more than 5,000 kilometre...