Reuters: Sudanese Army and RSF Leaders Hold High-Level Talks in Bahrain
Senior leaders from Sudan's army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) met three times in January (2024) in Bahrain, according to sources with knowledge of the talks reported Reuters. It's the first such contact between the two warring sides in nine months of conflict.
Israeli Minister: Lifting Saudi Besiege would Enhance Relations with Qatar
Israeli Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen said in an interview with i24NEWS website that reconciliation with Qatar would enhance relations with Israel.
US Secretary of State Visits Bahrain to Meet Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa
Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo will travel to Bahrain to meet the Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, within a tour in the region that includes Sudan, the Emirates and Israel, a statement issued the US Department of State said.
Cassation Court Upholds 6-Month Jail Term against Ibrahim Sharif with Suspension of Verdict
The Cassation Court upheld a 6-month prison term against former Secretary-General of Wa'ad Ibrahim Shairf with the suspension of verdict to 3 years over charge of insulting the ousted Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir.
Sudan Says it has Reduced Troops in Yemen to 5,000
Sudan's prime minister said on Sunday Khartoum had reduced the number of troops it has in Yemen from a peak of 15,000 to 5,000, confirming a drawdown in a conflict which he said could not be solved militarily.
Livestock Imports from Sudan and Djibouti Suspended
Bahrain suspended imports of livestock and meat from Sudan and Djibouti.
Traveler Compensated BD2000 after her Reservation was Canceled
Four years following the date of her flight to attend a wedding in Sudan, the High Appeals Civilian Court ordered a traveling company to compensate a traveler 2000 BD, because the company canceled her seat on the grounds that the number is complete, despite the confirmation of the reservation on the company's website.
Bahrain Welcomes Power-Sharing Agreement between Civilians and Military in Sudan
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain welcomed the transitional deal that has been reached in the Republic of Sudan, noting that it is a step in the right direction to achieve the aspirations of the brotherly Sudanese people for peace, security and unity of state institutions.
Abandoned by the UAE, Sudan’s Bashir was Destined to Fall
On the night of April 10, Sudan's feared spymaster, Salah Gosh, visited President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in his palace to reassure the leader that mass protests posed no threat to his rule.
Army Topples Al-Bashir, Bahrain Supports Maintaining Sudan's Security
President Omar Al-Bashir, who ruled Sudan for 30 years, was overthrown by the Sudanese army that said Al-Bashir is arrested in a safe place.
Gulf Air Cancels Its Flight to Khartoum
Gulf Air confirmed the cancellation of its flight GF 703 from Bahrain International Airport to Khartoum International Airport, scheduled at 1 am local time on Friday. Gulf Air attributed the cancellation to the current closure of the Sudanese airspace.
Ibrahim Sharif Sentence Suspended for 3 Years
The Third High Criminal Court ordered to suspend the execution of the 6-month prison term issued against prominent opposition leader and former Secretary-General of Wa'ad Ibrahim Shairf to 3 years, from the date of issuing the verdict.
Bahrain Opposition Figure Gets 6 Months for Sudan Tweet
A prominent opposition politician in Bahrain faces up to six months in prison for a tweet about Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
Ebrahim Sharif Sentenced to 6 Months in Jail over Charge of Insulting Omar Al-Bashir, Amnesty Considers Verdict Flabbergasting
A Bahrain court sentenced opposition leader Ebrahim Sharif to six months in jail and 500 BD fine to stop the execution of sentence after a Bahraini court convicted him of "insulting president of a foreign country".
Trial of Ibrahim Sharif on Charges of Insulting Sudanese President Adjourned until March 13 for Ruling
The first minor criminal court adjourned trial of prominent dissident Ibrahim Sharif, over which he is accused of insulting Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, until March 13 for ruling.
Ibrahim Sharif’s Trial on Charges of Insulting Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir Adjourned
The minor criminal court in Bahrain decided on Monday (February 11, 2019) to adjourn the former Wa’ad Society Secretary-General Ibrahim Sharif’s trial over charges of insulting a foreign head of state until February 19 for pleading.
Sudanese Diplomat: 7,000 Sudanese Nationals in Bahrain, Most Hold Bahraini Citizenship
Sudan’s Acting Ambassador to Bahrain, Mohammed Al-Moataz Jaafar, said that the Sudanese community amounts to about 7,000 nationals, most of whom hold the Bahraini nationality.
Sudan's Al-Bashir will not Attend Saudi Summit for "Special Reasons"
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir will not attend a gathering in Saudi Arabia on Saturday where U.S. President Donald Trump is scheduled to make his first international trip, state news agency SUNA said on Friday.
Sudan’s President to Attend Riyadh Summit with Trump
Sudanese Foreign Minister announced Wednesday that Sudan President Omar al-Bashir will attend the Riyadh summit which US President Donald Trump will also take part in.
Sudan’s Bashir, Wanted for War Crimes, Invited to Trump Summit
Saudi Arabia has invited Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, who is wanted for alleged war crimes, to a summit with US President Donald Trump and Arab and Muslim leaders, a Saudi official said Wednesday.