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  • A woman carries a basket at a camp for Internally Displaced Persons near Kadugli, the capital of Sudan's South Kordofan state on May 13, 2018.

    Since the U.S. lifted long-standing sanctions on Sudan last October, foreign investors' interest has started to trickle in, an expert on the region has told CNBC.

  • KHARTOUM, May 7- Saudi Arabia would supply Sudan's energy needs for five years on credit under an agreement being discussed by both governments, Sudan Oil Minister Abdulrahman Othman said on Monday. Othman said the deal would provide about 1.8 million tonnes of oil a year to Sudan, which in recent months has been hit by a sharp foreign currency crisis and an acute...

  • Ethiopia, the source of the Blue Nile which joins the White Nile in Khartoum and runs on to Egypt, has said the dam will not disrupt the flow and hopes the project will transform it into a power hub for the electricity-hungry region. This agreement was signed between Egypt and Great Britain, which represented at the time Uganda, Kenya, Tanganyika and Sudan.

  • Ethiopia, the source of the Blue Nile which joins the White Nile in Khartoum and runs on to Egypt, has said the dam will not disrupt the flow and hopes the project will transform it into a power hub for the electricity-hungry region. This agreement was signed between Egypt and Great Britain, which represented at the time Uganda, Kenya, Tanganyika and Sudan.

  • Ethiopia, the source of the Blue Nile which joins the White Nile in Khartoum and runs on to Egypt, has said the dam will not disrupt the flow and hopes the project will transform it into a power hub for the electricity-hungry region. This agreement was signed between Egypt and Great Britain, which represented at the time Uganda, Kenya, Tanganyika and Sudan.

  • Ethiopia, the source of the Blue Nile which joins the White Nile in Khartoum and runs on to Egypt, has said the dam will not disrupt the flow and hopes the project will transform it into a power hub for the electricity-hungry region. This agreement was signed between Egypt and Great Britain, which represented at the time Uganda, Kenya, Tanganyika and Sudan.

  • NEW DELHI, April 17- The foreign acquisition unit of India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp's has filed an arbitration claim against the government of Sudan in a London court, a company official said, seeking to recover dues pending for years from a project hit by the breakaway of South Sudan in 2011.. People familiar with the matter in India and Sudan said ONGC had filed a...

  • KHARTOUM, March 26- Sudan and Qatar will sign a $4 billion agreement to jointly develop the Red Sea port of Suakin off Sudan's coast, Sudanese media quoted Transport Minister Makawi Mohamed Awad as saying. The deal is likely to anger Sudan's northern neighbor Egypt, which accuses Qatar of supporting the banned Muslim Brotherhood movement- which Doha has denied-...

  • KHARTOUM, March 9- Sudan's central bank has said it agreed a $2 billion loan from a Turkish company to provide banking facilities and to import petroleum products and wheat. The African nation's economy has deteriorated in recent months after Khartoum devalued the pound currency and slashed its wheat price subsidies, leading to riots across the country in...

  • A woman that claimed to be from Syria cries as she is detained by a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer after crossing the U.S.-Canada border into Hemmingford, Quebec.

    President Donald Trump issued an executive order to resume the U.S. refugee program on Tuesday but processing for 11 countries remains delayed.

  • International travelers arriving at Miami International Airport on March 4, 2015 in Miami, Florida.

    The Trump administration issued an updated travel ban with fresh restrictions on who can enter the U.S., targeting eight countries.

  • A Hawaiian Airlines airplane on the tarmac in Honolulu, Hawaii.

    A U.S. judge rejected Hawaii's bid to exempt grandparents from President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban on Thursday.

  • The U.S. partially reversed its travel ban, deciding fiancés would be considered close family members and were allowed to enter the country.

  • Soybeans are loaded onto a truck after being harvested at the Sitio Azulao farm, near Itapetininga, Brazil.

    Global food security depends on trade in four staple crops whose output is concentrated in a handful of exporting nations, Financial Times reports.

  • Chief Justice John Roberts (seated C) leads Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (front row, L-R), Justice Anthony Kennedy, Justice Clarence Thomas, Justice Stephen Breyer, Justice Elena Kagan (back row, L-R), Justice Samuel Alito, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch in taking a new family photo including Gorsuch, their most recent addition, at the Supreme Court building in Washington.

    The U.S. Supreme Court is set to issue the final rulings of its current term on Monday, amid talk that swing voter Justice Anthony Kennedy is considering retirement.

  • World refugee numbers over 65 million: Report

    David Miliband, International Rescue Committee president and CEO, talks about a new United Nations report on the increasing number of displaced people around the world, and weighs in on a likely smooth Brexit transition in the United Kingdom.

  • The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

    President Donald Trump is set to attend the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday for the investiture of new Justice Neil Gorsuch.

  • President Donald Trump signs a revised executive order in September at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., taking Iraq off the U.S. travel ban list.

    U.S. appeals court judges questioned the lawyer defending President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban about whether it discriminates against Muslims.

  • Protesters rally during a demonstration against the travel ban at John F. Kennedy International Airport on January 28, 2017 in New York City.

    A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments over President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban on people entering the U.S. from six Muslim-majority countries.

  • Sudan, the last male northern white rhino left on the planet, in Kenya.

    This rhino bachelor is single — literally the only rhino of its species left, USA Today reports.