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Illicit financial flows drain Africa’s capital and revenues, much needed to bridge the large financing gap to achieve the 2030 SDGs

What can Africans celebrate to mark the 60th anniversary of the Year of Africa? Not much, writes Haitham Nouri

Accusing fingers point to climate change as the reason behind Sudan’s devastating floods, but other factors have come into play

Sudan has been ravaged by floods since late July due to heavy seasonal rainfall

Sudan’s agreement to separate state and religion is causing ire among Bashir’s Islamist remnants

As forces loyal to Yemen’s legitimate government and Southern Transitional Council continue to battle it out and Houthis advance on the south of the country, the misery of the Yemeni people is deepening

What kind of peace can Tel Aviv enjoy with Sudan, and what benefits would Sudan garner in return?

The recent travel warning Washington announced against Khartoum may delay Sudan’s efforts to be removed from the US list of countries harbouring terrorism

The visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Beirut last week has brought back memories of France’s special place in Lebanon, writes Haitham Ahmed

US ambassador to Libya speaks to Ahram Online about the prerequisites for a peace deal in Libya amid his current visit to Cairo

97 MPs voted in the secret ballot for the motion and 30 voted against; a request to withdraw confidence from the speaker requires an absolute majority vote of 109 votes from a total of 217 MPs

The chairperson was forced to adjourn this morning session during secret balloting on the confidence withdrawal motion as mayhem broke out in parliament between opposition and Ennahda MPs

Iran has accused Israel of being responsible for a series of incidents at its nuclear and other facilities, thus far without response, writes Haitham Nouri

The death of Ethiopian singer Hachalu Hundessa has opened ethnic wounds the government may not be able to heal

The Yemeni island of Socotra fell into the hands of southern secessionists last weekend, adding to the woes of the conflict-torn country, reports Haitham Nouri

Protesters around the world are pulling down statues of racist figures from the past in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, reports Haitham Nouri

Do Cairo and Khartoum see eye-to-eye on GERD?

There are no guarantees as to what Sudan will gain if it toes the Ethiopian line, reports Haitham Nouri

Major General Ahmed Al-Mismari spoke to Egyptian media outlets in a video conference Tuesday

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