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A Sudanese lawyer calls on the transitional government to hand over former President Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court; South Sudanese football fans cautiously welcome the restart of construction at Juba Stadium; and Kenya faces a second wave of coronavirus infections.
University of Juba students call on the government to address economic challenges that face the country; dozens of South Sudanese students on scholarship in Cuba and Zimbabwe are not provided money to return home; and the U.N. says more than 25-thousand refugees have returned home to South Sudan since the Transitional Government of National Unity was formed.
Six people are killed during demonstrations in Sudan's Red State; South Sudan's economic crisis deepens following the change in the country's currency; and the U.N. World Food Program is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts towards peace in conflict zones like South Sudan.
South Sudanese women serving the unity government say more efforts are needed to end gender inequality; the owners of the Juba Electricity Distribution Company are accused of exploiting consumers; and hundreds of Sudanese peacefully protest the firing of Kassala State's recently appointed governor.
A South Sudanese mother suspected of killing her three children is detained after attempting to leave the country; two men convicted of cattle raiding and murder are sentenced to death by hanging; and the Sudanese transitional government adopts the Juba peace agreement as the document is incorporated into the constitution.
South Sudanese economists predict the government's decision to replace the South Sudan Pound will not stop inflation in the country; primary and secondary schools in Juba enforce protective measures to slow the spread of COVID-19; and Japan donates over one million U.S. dollars to support at-risk families in Eastern Sudan.
Demonstrators in Sudan's Red Sea State protest a section of the comprehensive peace agreement; Sudanese women involved in peace negotiations say the agreement allows for their participation in the government's decision making process; and in South Sudan, the African Development Bank calls on financial institutions to exercise transparency in helping to stabilize the country's economy.
Some Sudanese nationals say the comprehensive peace agreement marks a new beginning for the people of South Kordofan, Darfur, and the Blue Nile State; hundreds of Sudanese citizens in West Darfur State protest against the comprehensive peace agreement; and in South Sudan, thousands of Juba residents ignore coronavirus prevention guidelines.
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