By Dr. Mayada Kamal Eldeen *  “The largest humanitarian crisis in the world” The war waged by the Rapid Support Forces commenced on April 15, 2023, and is nearing its second year without cessation this April. The United Nations estimates ...

Every day, there is more and more new evidence of the presence of military special forces of the Ukrainian Main Directorate of Intelligence in Sudan. Providing that last year there was indirect evidence of their activity in Northeast Africa, now ...

Reporting from Cairo / Egypt The visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Cairo gains its importance not only from the fact that it is the first to Egypt by a Turkish president in 12 years and after years ...

Information has appeared in the African media that the United States and the United Kingdom have been transferring special forces of the Ukrainian Main Intelligence Directorate to Sudan for several months for the war against the Rapid Support Forces. The ...

The Rapid Support Forces’ capture of Egyptian soldiers, who were inside the Marawi military base, coinciding with the start of its attack on the Sudanese army’s facilities, represents an important entry point for understanding the nature of the Egyptian position ...

Large-scale clashes between government forces and rebels from the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) have continued for three weeks in Sudan. More than 500 people have been killed and nearly 5,000 wounded (lightly and seriously), according to the country’s Ministry of ...

United World International author Mehmet Perinçek gave an interview to the Russian news agency RIA Novosti about the situation in Sudan. We present the interview, published in Russian, to our readers translated into English. The United States will try to ...

The early adoption of a position on the extraordinary actions taken by the Sudanese Sovereignty Council under the leadership of General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan on October 25,will help sort political naivety from false idealism. Many human rights advocates like to ...

On October 25, amidst popular unrest, power in Sudan shifted to the military. The interim civilian Prime Minister, Abdalla Hamdok, was first arrested but later released. The army, headed by the head of Sudan’s Sovereign Council, General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, ...

The Turkish Foreign Ministry has expressed concern about the military coup in Sudan. “We are deeply concerned about the news that there was a coup attempt in Sudan on October 25. We emphasize our strong expectation that all parties in ...