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From revolution to realpolitik

An early demand of the protesters was the disbanding of the National Intelligence and Security Services headed by General Salah Mohamed Abdallah 'Gosh'...


The Crown Prince’s power play

While much attention has focused on MBS and Saudi Arabia former National Intelligence and Security Service chief General Salah Mohammed Abdallah 'Gosh' who resigned on 13 April after a standoff with Hemeti has said the UAE was most influential in driving Gulf support...


Cutting a deal on a knife-edge

A mercurial figure Hemeti had tried to burnish his street cred by publicly supporting the protesters claiming he had deployed some of his forces to protect them against attacks by armed units under the command of Salah Mohamed Abdallah 'Gosh' and the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS)...

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The revolution rumbles on

Early on 13 April the Director of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) Gen Salah Mohamed Abdallah 'Gosh' also resigned...

Opposition activists celebrated the exit of Gen Salah Mohamed Abdallah 'Gosh' as Director of the National Intelligence and Security Service after he seemed to have lost a power struggle with Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan and Mohamed 'Hemeti' Hamdan Daglo commander of the Rapid Support Forces...

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'Not even the Pope'

The peace deal was only signed after the talks moved to Khartoum where Sudan's then President Omer el Beshir and the then intelligence and security chief Salah Mohamed Abdallah 'Gosh' took personal charge...


Whose chair is it anyway?

In February he met Salah Abdullah Mohamed  'Gosh' Khartoum's veteran spy master to discuss a phased exit for Beshir (see Feature The revolution rumbles on)...


El Beshir mulls the endgame

At the Munich security summit on 15-17 February security chief Salah Mohamed Abdullah 'Gosh' was reported to have lobbied his counterparts from Egypt Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates to find ways to back an exit strategy or soft-landing for El Beshir...

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Moscow abhors a vacuum

This was the context in which Major-General Salah Abdullah Gosh Sudan's veteran intelligence supremo and director of its National Intelligence and Security Service visited Paris on 9 October (AC Vol 59 No 9 Diplomats down spies up)...


Diplomats down, spies up

Amid this crisis Western diplomats are now talking again to the veteran intelligence chief Major-General Salah Abdallah 'Gosh' who is back in charge of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS)...


Omer needs friends

The coming government reshuffle could bring back two pariahs: Hassan Abdullah el Turabi's faction and former security chief Salah Mohamed Abdullah ‘Gosh' who was arrested last November but freed on 10 July...


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