ISWNews Analysis Group: The Sudanese Army seized two headquarters of the intelligence forces after clashes in Khartoum.
ISWNews Analysis Group: Tariq Saleh rewarded Husein Manzul Hamdan Azraq, commander of al-Ashawis forces (Sudanese forces in Yemen), with medal of honor!
ISWNews Analysis Group: Sudan court convicted Omar al-Bashir, former President of Sudan, to confiscation of assets and two years in rehabilitation center for financial corruption and money laundering allegations.
ISWNews Analysis Group: According to UN report, Sudanese army sent soldiers to Libya under Saudi coalition.
From ambitious countries such as Saudi Arabia and UAE point of view, Sudan is a country that can be used specially to fill their army. Gen. Sari’ information given yesterday showed that the path that Sudan is going will end up in self destruction.
ISWNews Analysis Group: Gen. Yahya Sari’, the spokesperson of Yemeni Armed Forces(loyal to Ansar Allah), explained the situation of Sudanese mercenaries and their casualties in Yemen.
ISWNews Analysis Group: The head of the Sudanese Transitional Council has announced the withdrawal of 10,000 Sudanese troops from Yemen’s fronts.
According to latest news, Sudanese forces have partially withdrawn from three points in western coast of Yemen and Mansour Hadi’s forces deployed in the mentioned areas.
ISIS coming from Iraqi al Qaeda at the beginning was limited to vast areas in Syria and Iraq. After being defeated from Islamic Resistance, it is active in other parts of Islamic world from Yemen to North Africa and Middle Asia. Thus two possibilities are considered regarding ISIS future activity domain: Afghanistan and Africa.
That Africa has a better situation for ISIS compared to Afghanistan.
ISWNews Analysis Group: Sudan’s ex-president Omar al Bashir after nearly two months of his removal and imprisonment by the Sudan Army, he appeared in public and was driven to the prosecutor’s office in Khartoum.
Mahmoud Dirir, Ethiopian special envoy said on Tuesday that Sudan’s military & opposition groups have agreed to resume talks on the formation of a transitional council.