Khartoum Current Affairs, GK & News
On 26th June 2020, Ethiopia’s Water Minister has stated that a consensus had been reached between the three countries(Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt) over the USD 4.5 billion worth Giant Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and the dam will not be filled unilaterally by Ethiopia. Three countries have been involved in continuous negotiations over the years to reach ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2020
Category: International Current Affairs
In the first week of December, an industrial accident in Sudan’s capital city of Khartoum claimed the lives of 23 people. The victims include 18 Indian citizens. The accident happened when a gas tanker blasted near a ceramics factory. The tanker was unloading its cargo at the time of the blast. The blast initiated a ..
The African Union (AU) suspended Sudan until establishment of a civilian-led transition to democracy and also demanded to resolve an entrenched and bloody crisis. The decision was taken at AU’s peace and Security Council meet in Addis Ababa, (Ethiopia’s capital). Key Highlights Background: Since December 2018 Sudan has been rocked with anger over increasing bread ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019
Topics: Addis Ababa • African Union • Assembly of African Union • AU Peace and Security Council • AU's secretariat • Civilian-led Transitional Authority • Continental union • European Union • Khartoum • Omar al-Bashir • Pan-African Parliament • Republic of Sudan