Politic > Economy

Sudan's generals, pro-democracy group ink deal to end crisis

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

By ASHRAF IDRIS and JACK JEFFERY
KHARTOUM, Sudan - Sudan's coup leaders and the main pro-democracy group signed a deal Monday to establish a civilian-led transitional government following the military takeover last year. But key players refused to participate, and no deadline was set for the transition to begin.
The framework - signed by Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan, Gen. Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo and the leaders of the Forces for the Declaration of Freedom and Change - appears to offer only the broadest outlines for how the country will resume its progression to democracy. That process was...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Economy  


Why Tanks Will Be Decisive in Next Battle for Ukraine

Read more ...

The Real Great Reset

Zero Hour Read more ...

The Caesars of the Information Age

Donald Trump has been unbanned, but Silicon Valley censorship is still a menace to humanity. Read more ...

Trump and Facebook's Mutual Decay

At least the platform finally added a user. Read more ...

We're Seeing the First Major Blow to Biden's Image

Read more ...

Nets lose to conference-worst Pistons despite Kyrie Irving's 40 points

The Pistons set a trap. The Nets got caught. After a four-point loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, the Nets dropped their sixth game in the eight they've played since... Read more ...

Julius Randle clutch down the stretch in Knicks' OT win over Celtics

BOSTON - At the line, with the game on the line, Julius Randle came through and Jaylen Brown choked. Randle, who was mocked before the game by TNT analyst Shaquille O'Neal... Read more ...

Celtics overcome late double-digit deficit, but fall to Knicks in overtime

Joe Mazzulla has liked the Celtics' fight this season after poor performances. Their resiliency has been a hallmark as they've overcome struggles en route to the best record in... Read more ...

Take Another Look, Archives Asks Former Presidents

Take Another Look, Archives Asks Former Presidents

The National Archives has asked former US presidents and vice presidents to recheck their personal records for any classified documents they might inadvertently have kept... Read more ...

Lightning cool off Bruins, 3-2

The Bruins may be miles ahead of everyone else in the National Hockey League right now. But on Thursday at Amalie Arena, they were reminded that there are still some formidable... Read more ...