President al-Bashir's fall has weakened Ankara
The fall of Bashir in Khartoum has profoundly weakened Turkey, whose influence was largely dependent on the Muslim Brotherhood.
Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir seems to change his allies more frequently than his shirts. No sooner had he distanced himself from Iran's theocratic regime than he reached out to the monarchies of the Gulf States, taking full advantage of their
Working with Abdel Fattah Al Sisi's security advisors, General Abbas Kamel, who became the interim head of Egypt's Mukhabarat in January, has begun laying the groundwork for a rapprochement between the service and Egypt's military intelligence.