Sudanese


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Sudanese

1. of or relating to the republic of Sudan or its inhabitants
2. of or relating to the African region of the Sudan or its inhabitants
3. a native or inhabitant of the republic of Sudan
4. a native or inhabitant of the African region of the Sudan
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Those on Sudan were purely diplomatic, requiring states to reduce Sudanese diplomatic representation in their capitals, and restrict entry into their countries of members of the Sudanese government or armed forces.
That includes forced Islamization and Arabization by the Sudanese government, campaigns of aerial bombardment, including of hospitals and displaced persons camps, and engineered famine.
Media reports last week said the Houthis attacked Sudanese forces belonging to the Arab coalition near the Medi desert in Hajjah province, killing and injuring more than 80 Sudanese troops.
As per the plan, 10,000 refugees, who the Sudanese government had already agreed to take in, will be flown back to Sudan.
For her part, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) representative for Sudan Noriko Yoshida has appealed to the Sudanese government to not change its ideal way of dealing with South Sudan's refugees as a result of the recent incident at Khor Al-Waral Camp.
The military source did not specify the name of the Sudanese officer, only noting that he was a colonel, without giving further details.
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir praised the efforts exerted by Qatar to achieve peace and security in Darfur.
In March, Sudanese Minister of Information Ahmed Bilal Othman claimed in a press conference that Pharaoh of Exodus is a Sudanese king who ruled Egypt and the Sudanese MeroE1/2 Pyramids are 2,000 older than Giza Pyramids.
Sudanese national Yahia Zakaria, 50, was assaulted and tortured by policemen, according to Sudanese media.
We set off on foot to the nearby Sudanese Victims of Torture Group office for a quick visit with Khalda's activist friends, then hopped on the Metro for two stops to the Ramsis station, where we boarded a Toyota microbus, waited for it to fill up with passengers, and set off through the late afternoon traffic to the suburb of Nasr City.
Implementing Partners : South Sudanese Directorate of Nationality, Passport and Immigration; Ministry of

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