Abdalla hamdok, Latest News
Abdalla Hamdok is a public administrator who serves as the 15th Prime Minister of Sudan. Prior to his appointment, Hamdok served in numerous national and international administrative positions.
Sudan's Sovereign Council agrees to form govt led by civilian PM
Khartoum, Jan 21 Sudan's ruling and military-dominated Transitional Sovereign Council has agreed to the formation of a government ... ...
Looking forward to Sudan's successful completion of transition phase: India at UNSC
Stating that the resignation of Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok reflects the inherent challenges to the transition process, India on Monday said that it looks forward to Sudan's successful completion of the current transition phase, and remain ...
Fresh protests demanding civilian rule erupt in Sudan
Khartoum, Jan 10 A fresh round of demonstrations took place in Sudan's capital Khartoum and other cities to ... ...
2 Sudanese protesters dead, 54 security personnel injured
Khartoum, Jan 7 Sudanese police announced on Friday that two protesters were killed and 54 security personnel injured ... ...
2 protesters killed, 54 security personnel injured in Sudan's demonstration
Sudanese police announced two protesters were killed and 54 members of security forces injured in protests in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Thursday. ...
UN Security Council plans to discuss tensions in Sudan next week: President
The UN Security Council plans to hold a meeting next week to discuss the political tensions in Sudan, the council's president, Norway's Ambassador to the United Nations Mona Juul, said on Wednesday. ...
UN envoy expresses concern over ongoing political crisis in Sudan
Khartoum, Jan 4 Volker Perthes, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sudan, has expressed concern over the ... ...
UN chief condemns violence against Sudan protesters: Spokesman
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the violence against demonstrators in Sudan protesting the military takeover of power and urged security forces to show utmost restraint, Sputnik reported citing UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric statem ...