EU and Tunis discuss deployment of observers for parliamentary elections
The European Union is in talks with Tunis to send observers to monitor the Tunisian legislative elections scheduled for 17 December.
Already at daggers drawn over the pace of the transition and the dismantling of the parties and institutions of the Bashir era, the civilians and military officers on the transitional council are also at odds over the signing of a permanent accord with Israel.
The prime minister's recent visits to Cairo and Riyadh were in part intended to enable Sudan to move forward on its debt. At a time when the country's finances are at their worst, Khartoum is grappling with the opposing forces of citizens' discontent and external pressure to carry out unpopular reforms.
The Darfur rebels and their sworn enemies, the Janjaweed militias, who are currently serving as auxiliaries on the battle fronts in Libya and Yemen, have been invited by their commanders to return to Darfur following the signing of a peace agreement in early October.
As it negotiates to re-establish relations with the International Monetary Fund, Sudan is under pressure to better control its gold exports. The trouble is, the yellow metal's leading dealers sit on the ruling Sovereign Council.
The Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, which would involve the use of buses carrying up to 205 people and operating on specially reserved routes, is a key component in the Conakry urban development plan (PDU) submitted to the Guinean authorities in late 2019.
The private security firm Sentinel (formerly SMS Security Consultancy) owned by the Frenchman Gilles Bourguignon is to assume responsibility for the security arrangements and personal safety of the delegation of the European Union (EU) in Morocco.
Building on the meeting organised on 17 May by the US assistant secretary of state for African affairs Tibor Nagy, on 21 June Berlin will host diplomats from the African Union, the United Nations, the European Union, the Intergovernmental Authority [.