Sudan’s former ruling party rejects law dissolving it

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Ashraf Shawly, AFP | Sudanese demonstrators hold portraits of President Omar al-Beshir during a protest in Khartoum on March 4, 2009, against the International Criminal Court warrant calling for Bashir's arrest.

In Sudan, the party of deposed president Omar al-Bashir condemns a new law by the transitional authorities. It will see the National Congress Party dissolved and its assets seized. With World Aids Day taking place this Sunday, we take a look at the situation in the Central African Republic, where community groupsRead More – Source

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