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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.
Sudan: New political transition, bolstered by peacebuilding, could bring long-term stability to Darfur, Security Council told
New York, Aug 27: “Important developments” under way in Sudan since midsummer, including a pledge to end the country’s outstanding conflicts, and the establishment of a new transitional government, could serve to edge the country’s people closer to stability, Under-Secretary-General for Peace Operations Jean-Pierre Lacroix said, briefing the UN Security Council on Monday.