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Khartoum, June 30: More 159 people are being brought safely to Dhaka in the last phase of repatriation of expatriate Bangladeshis from Sudan. Their first batch will leave for the country on Friday (June 30) and the second batch on Saturday (July 1).
Khartoum, April 27: At the beginning of conflict between the Sudanese army and paramilitary forces (RSF), the residence of Bangladesh's acting ambassador Tarek Ahmed in the country's capital, Khartoum, was attacked on April 15.
Khartoum, April 25: There has been a power struggle between the military and paramilitary forces across Sudan, including its capital Khartoum. In such a situation, many countries are evacuating their embassies and citizens from Sudan.
Khartoum, October 27: Sudan's deposed Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has been escorted back to his own residence in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, two days after the country's armed forces seized power in a coup, according to military sources.
New York: The “exceptional circumstances” of the COVID-19 pandemic have impacted the peace process in Sudan as well as the drawing down of the United Nations mission there, the head of UN peacekeeping updated the Security Council on Friday.
New York: Sudan is now on the long road to socio-economic recovery, following the establishment of a civilian-led government, UN Secretary-General António Guterres told a high-level meeting on Friday, at UN Headquarters in New York.
New York, Jan 24: Children are likely among the dead during a month of nationwide protests in Sudan with “scores” of others injured and detained, according to a top UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) official, who spelled out that “children should never be targeted nor used or exploited”.