- Vol 55 No 15
- 25th July 2014
The explosions that destroyed an arms depot at El Geili north of Khartoum on 18 July prompted a welter of speculation on news sites and social media. Many thought that Israel had tried to destroy rockets meant for the the Harakat al Muqawama al Islamiya (...
- Vol 53 No 22
- 2nd November 2012
Israel’s attack on a Khartoum arms factory highlights its tougher line in Africa and Sudan’s growing ties with Iran
- Vol 52 No 8
- 15th April 2011
Khartoum’s hopes of removal from the United States’ state sponsors of terrorism list took a knock on 5 April when Israel bombed a vehicle near Port Sudan, killing two. Independent Palestinian news agency Ma’an said the target was Abdel Lateef al Ashqar, c...
- Vol 50 No 19
- 25th September 2009
As Iran spreads its influence in Africa, Israel tries to return to a continent where it once had many friends
- Vol 48 No 10
- 11th May 2007
A quarrel over business spoils seems to lie behind the hasty departure of Russo-Israeli businessman Arkady Gaydamak from Luanda late last month.
- Vol 48 No 2
- 19th January 2007
Egypt's arrest of a Sudanese attempting to cross into Israel on 17 January points to a new problem for Darfur refugees. Nearly 300 Sudanese have crossed the border from Sinai in the past year: most await their fate in Israeli gaols, but about 50 are worki...
- Vol 47 No 12
- 9th June 2006
The row over a US$200 million contract won by Israel's Aeronautics Ventures to supply aerial drones for use in the Niger Delta coincides with last week's sacking of National Security Advisor General Aliyu Mohammed Gusau by President Olusegun Obasanjo.