The 850 troops will end operations on April 15, according to UN sources, as the friendship between the leaders of both countries continues to blossom.
China's Xi calls Bashir, for whom it built a palace, an 'old friend' as Sudanese leader makes rare long-distance trip
Visiting president is indicted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court, with Washington 'expressing concern' over journey.
Sudan's Bashir strolls out of S. Africa leaving court to shut the stable door; makes triumphant entry into Khartoum
“It’s the government that will have to prevent him from leaving. I don’t see [it] arresting him,” says law professor Shadrack Gutto
There were surprises. In Egypt, the Justice minister resigned after he said that the “sons of garbage collectors” should not become judges.
Because the Sudanese electoral commission is barely independent, effectively Bashir was counting his own votes.
Human Rights Watch says attack should be investigated as a crime against humanity.