•   
  •   
  •   

World Exiles return to rebuild post-Bashir Sudan

11:36  28 september  2020
11:36  28 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

Trial of Sudan's Bashir adjourned to October 6

  Trial of Sudan's Bashir adjourned to October 6 The trial of ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir and others for a 1989 military coup was adjourned on Tuesday to October 6, the presiding judge said. Proceedings have been repeatedly delayed, with Tuesday's hearing the fifth since the trial opened in July. The case involves a total of 28 defendants who stand accused of plotting the 1989 Islamist-backed military coup which brought Bashir to power. "The next hearing will be held on October 6 to go through with the procedures," Judge Essam el-Din Mohamed told the hearing, which was broadcast on Sudan TV.If convicted, Bashir and other co-accused -- including former top officials -- could face the death penalty.

Sudan The Nubian Caravans - The Secrets of Nature - Продолжительность: 50:01 The Secrets of Nature Recommended for you. Riek Machar Discusses His Return to South Sudan 's Capital - Продолжительность: 4:31 VICE News 60 937 просмотров.

The remnant of Judah and Israel return to rebuild Jerusalem. Some of the Jews were able to return to Judah in order to begin rebuilding the city of Jerusalem. This remnant of a once-great nation was still greatly oppressed, and it was only with distress that they rebuilt the city over several decades.

After 33 years in exile, El Sadig Mohamed gave up the easy life in Canada to return to help rebuild Sudan as it emerges from three decades of autocratic rule.

a man sitting at a desk and using a laptop computer: Mohammed Abdulhamid left Sudan decades ago but is © ASHRAF SHAZLY Mohammed Abdulhamid left Sudan decades ago but is "happy and proud" to have returned, and now heads the state news agency SUNA a group of people standing next to a fence: Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir as well as several former top officals are on trial in Khartoum for a 1989 coup that brought him to power © ASHRAF SHAZLY Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir as well as several former top officals are on trial in Khartoum for a 1989 coup that brought him to power

"After the revolution... I thought it's the right time to come back... despite the luxury people enjoy in the West," said Mohamed, who now heads the Sudanese Mineral Resources Company's health and environment department.

Sudan rejects linking removal from U.S. terrorism list with Israel ties

  Sudan rejects linking removal from U.S. terrorism list with Israel ties Sudan rejects linking removal from U.S. terrorism list with Israel tiesSources said this week that U.S. officials indicated in talks with a Sudanese delegation they wanted Khartoum to follow the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain and open ties with Israel.

During Bashir 's politically repressive three-decade rule, Sudan had around 100 political parties. They ranged from Islamists to leftists and ran the gamut from ardent critics to regime loyalists. A military transitional council is now set to rule the country for the next two years.

After decades of intense divisions, Sudan 's political opposition united recently to form a powerful three-pronged bloc that became part of the protest wave which ousted autocrat Omar al- Bashir last week. During Bashir 's politically repressive three-decade rule, Sudan had around 100 political.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Former Sudanese rebel commander Mubarak Ardol returned from exile in Uganda to Khartoum after the old regime was toppled in 2019 © ASHRAF SHAZLY Former Sudanese rebel commander Mubarak Ardol returned from exile in Uganda to Khartoum after the old regime was toppled in 2019

"It's my country and I have to do it."

The SMRC supervises exploration, production and taxation of Sudan's mining sector, notably its star asset, the gold mines.

Ousted president Omar al-Bashir ruled the country with an iron fist for 30 years until his overthrow in April 2019 after months of youth-led street demonstrations.

"The Bashir regime, for 30 years, destroyed everything," said the 55-year-old civil engineer and ex-University of Calgary professor, who came home in November, six month's after Bashir was toppled.

a group of people jumping in the air: Dancers in Sudan's capital Khartoum celebrate on the anniversary of the uprising that toppled president Omar al-Bashir -- now many who fled are returning © Ebrahim HAMID Dancers in Sudan's capital Khartoum celebrate on the anniversary of the uprising that toppled president Omar al-Bashir -- now many who fled are returning

"I believe it is my duty to take part in... building a new Sudan."

Sudan needs 'deep' debate before any Israel deal: PM

  Sudan needs 'deep' debate before any Israel deal: PM Sudan's Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has said that normalising ties with Israel was a "complicated" issue needing wide debate within society, media reported Sunday. On Saturday, Hamdok was questioned by reporters on the two issues of lifting US sanctions and normalising ties with Washington's ally Israel.Earlier this month, Israel signed US-brokered deals to normalise ties with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

DAILY DOSE | Sudan 's ruling generals and protest leaders reached an agreement on the disputed issue of a new governing body Friday, mediators said, in breakthrough talks aimed at ending the country's months-long political crisis.

A subreddit dedicated to Path of Exile , an ARPG made by Grinding Gear Games. Spiritual successor to Diablo 2. search for "text" in self post contents. self:yes (or self:no). include (or exclude) self posts .

The expert help is needed.

Sudan's economy is in crisis, laid low by long years of civil war under Bashir's rule, US sanctions and the 2011 secession of the oil-rich south.

a man looking at the camera: Sudanese civil engineer El Sadig Mohamed lived in exile in Canada for decades, but he returned to help his country rebuild after ex-president Omar al-Bashir was ousted © ASHRAF SHAZLY Sudanese civil engineer El Sadig Mohamed lived in exile in Canada for decades, but he returned to help his country rebuild after ex-president Omar al-Bashir was ousted

SMRC's director general, Mubarak Ardol, was in exile for eight years.

His home in Sudan's southern Nuba Mountains was attacked by government forces, and Ardol had led rebel forces against them.

- 'Proud' -

He fled to Uganda in 2011.

"I thought the regime would not last long. We worked with all our might to overthrow the regime," said 38-year-old Ardol.

"I felt certain I would return home very soon."

US push for Arab-Israel ties divides Sudanese leaders

  US push for Arab-Israel ties divides Sudanese leaders CAIRO (AP) — Sudan’s fragile interim government is sharply divided over normalizing relations with Israel, as it finds itself under intense pressure from the Trump administration to become the third Arab country to do so in short order — after the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Washington's push for Sudan-Israel ties is part of a campaign to score foreign policy achievements ahead of the U.S. presidential election in November. Sudan seemedWashington's push for Sudan-Israel ties is part of a campaign to score foreign policy achievements ahead of the U.S. presidential election in November.

Dungeon: Exile ’s Trench > The Warden’s Prison. Popular Posts . Recent Comments. Tags.

Within this act, the exile returns to Highgate, whose waters run red with all the blood of the slain Beast. Sin's strategy for defeating Kitava includes waking a In this act, the exile returns to Oriath to find the slaves in revolt. There are six Quests in Path of Exile Act 5, Now U4GM Will share those quest Step

So when Bashir was forced out, Ardol returned from Kampala as quickly as he could.

"I came back immediately," he said. "I was the head of the first armed group which arrived in Khartoum on May 10, 2019."

He was appointed by Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok -- a fellow returnee, who has made striking peace with the rebels who fought Bashir a priority.

Ardol aims to boost the revenues of SMRC, the African country's top moneymaker.

"We far exceeded our targets," he said.

Among the hundreds of exiles streaming in from around the world since last year, Mohammed Abdulhamid said he is "happy and proud" to have come back to take the reins at the state news agency SUNA.

"We knew it was a big challenge...  I'm back home because I wanted to return, because I feel I can be a part of what is happening," said the 64-year-old journalist, in the agency's Khartoum offices.

- 'Very diplomatic' -

Abdulhamid lived in Yemen before moving to the Netherlands where he launched Arabic-language radio and television broadcasts.

"It was not a matter of money... I used to earn around $3,000 a month... Now I earn 80,000 Sudanese pounds, which is $180," he said.

Lawyers walk out of Sudan ex-president trial in protest

  Lawyers walk out of Sudan ex-president trial in protest Most lawyers for Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir and other defendants walked out of his trial over a 1989 coup in protest at alleged bias on the part of the prosecutor general. Dozens of lawyers, in a hearing broadcast on Sudanese television, left the courtroom after the prosecutor, Tagelsir al-Hebr, read out the charges. Bashir and the 27 others face accusations of undermining constitutional order and use of military force to commit a crime, Hebr said.Defence lawyer Abdelbasit Sebdarat said that Hebr had made the same accusations even before taking up the post of public prosecutor."He lodged these complaints as an ordinary citizen.

I already deleted the cache files but I am certain that hundreds if not thousands of them haven't been accessed in a while. I will check that when 4.0 arrives I am fine with rebuilding the actual required cache files after a major update.

**Note: Since the crafting interface now lists recipe locations, I will no longer be updating this post .** Thought it would be useful to start a self:yes (or self:no). include (or exclude) self posts .

"I am proud of what I am doing, and I never regretted my decision."

But the return of exiles from the US, Britain and the Gulf to fill government posts and succeed figures in Bashir's Islamist regime at the head of state enterprises has not been universally welcomed.

"They've come to reap the rewards of victory, but it was us who suffered," grumbled Amine Bashir, a 32-year-old entrepreneur and activist.

Adeeb Youssef, a Darfur provincial governor who lived six years in the United States after having served time in jail and escaped assassination, had advice for both sides in the new Sudan.

"This kind of jealousy doesn't help," said Youssef. "People who've lived abroad can bring this experience and knowledge... they see problems and issues in Sudan better than people who lived here."

Mohamed said that returnees have to be "very diplomatic".

"Until now they have welcomed us. But if they see anyone acting arrogant, they take it badly," he said.

"The challenge for people coming from outside is that they are used to working in a system where everything is organised."

sk/hc/pjm


Video: Trump has 'not been such an honest broker' on Palestinian statehood: Saudi prince (CNBC)

11 things you probably didn't know about the making of season 2 of 'The Boys' .
The hit Amazon series returned in September with new episodes that will be dropping weekly. Here are some fun facts about the making of season two.

usr: 1
This is interesting!