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Ezaldeen Arbab

Khartoum, Sudan
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About Ezaldeen
Ezaldeen Arbab is a seasoned journalist based in Khartoum, Sudan, with a keen focus on the myriad political and economic challenges facing his country. His reporting has provided in-depth coverage of the transitional government's struggles with reforms, the persistent economic hardships, and the pervasive influence of the military in Sudanese politics. Arbab's work has been instrumental in shedding light on critical events such as the assassination attempt on Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok, offering insights into the government's endeavors to implement reforms and secure international debt relief.

Arbab's journalism extends to the intricacies of peace negotiations in conflict-ridden regions like Darfur, where he has reported on the implications of the UNAMID's withdrawal and the ongoing efforts to establish lasting peace. His commitment to covering both national and international issues is further exemplified by his reporting on the fatal police shooting of a Sudanese asylum seeker in Glasgow, highlighting the broader concerns of the Sudanese diaspora.

Throughout his career, Arbab has distinguished himself as a dedicated correspondent, adept at navigating the complex tapestry of Sudan's socio-political landscape. His contributions to the field of journalism have not only informed a global audience but have also played a crucial role in amplifying the voices of those affected by Sudan's tumultuous journey towards stability and democracy.
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Suspect Badreddin Abadlla Adam was shot dead in Glasgow after six people were knifed

27 Jun 2023  |  The Scottish Sun
The article discusses the aftermath of a violent incident in Glasgow, where asylum seeker Badreddin Abadlla Adam Bosh was shot dead by police after stabbing six people at the Park Inn hotel. His family in Sudan expressed their shock and apologized for his actions, attributing his mental state to poor treatment as an asylum seeker and trauma from the Darfur genocide. An investigation by the PIRC is underway, and the Home Office is reviewing the housing of asylum seekers in hotels. The Mears Group, responsible for housing asylum seekers, is assisting with the police investigation. Badreddin's family is seeking answers and justice for his death, questioning the police's use of lethal force.

Sudan’s transitional government challenged by protests and economic crisis

01 Apr 2023  |  The New Humanitarian
Sudan's transitional government, led by Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok, is facing protests over slow progress on reforms and economic hardship. Citizens are experiencing high inflation and shortages, while fearing the military's continued influence. The government, which came to power after a compromise with the military following mass protests, is struggling with internal squabbles and external threats, including from hardline Islamists and supporters of the ousted ruler Omar al-Bashir. An assassination attempt on Hamdok highlights these threats. The economy is in dire straits, with a shrinking GDP and high inflation, and the government is nearly bankrupt. International aid has been pledged, but it's unclear how much will be new funding. The government is also attempting to implement economic reforms and has launched a safety net program. Additionally, the government is trying to take control of military-run companies and seek international debt relief. Justice for past atrocities remains delayed, and the military's power, particularly the Rapid Support Forces led by General Mohamed 'Hemeti' Dagalo, is a significant obstacle. Peace talks to resolve conflicts in regions like Darfur are ongoing but face challenges. The withdrawal of UNAMID from Darfur has raised concerns about the potential for increased violence.

A freelancer journalsit based in Khartoum, have experinces of 7 years in journalism in Arabic and English. Worked for several international media crews covering the Revaluation of Sudan as a local fixer.


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