• Saudi Arabia concludes wargames with US, Sudan

    Ten-day military drills are aimed at enhancing cooperation with ‘friendly forces’ 19.09.2018      RIYADH Saudi Arabia on Wednesday concluded separate joint military exercises with both the U.S.

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  • Sudan, Egypt vow continued technical cooperation over Nile water

     2018-09-20  KHARTOUM, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) — Sudan and Egypt on Wednesday reaffirmed commitment to cooperation on technical issues concerning the Nile water, official SUNA news agency

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  • Somalia Says Ready to Send Troops to S. Sudan for Security

    September 19, 2018 Mohammed Yusuf The Somali government said this week that it was ready to send troops to help with security and enhance peace in South Sudan, where officials and opposition

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  • Book review: ‘Elsewhere Home’ by Leila Aboulela 

      Aboulela uses the lens of interracial relationships to depict nuances of race, religion and culture Syma Mohammed September 15, 2018 Leila Aboulela’s second book of short stories follows

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  • The Sudanese intelligence services are likely to jail more officers for corruption

    September 19, 2018 Khalil Charles  @khalilcharles September 19, 2018 at 9:36 am This week’s sentencing of one of the most powerful intelligence officers in Sudan has not only sent shockwaves

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Saudi Arabia concludes wargames with US, Sudan

Ten-day military drills are aimed at enhancing cooperation with ‘friendly forces’ 19.09.2018      RIYADH Saudi Arabia on Wednesday concluded separate joint military exercises with both the U.S.

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Belarus to ship €60m worth of grain warehouses to Sudan

MINSK, 18 September (BelTA) – Belarus will ship 17 grain warehouses to the tune of €60 million to Sudan. The contracts were signed by Lidselmash, Selenergoprom and the Agricultural Bank of Sudan

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The Story of Mohammed Wardi, ‘The Last King of Nubia’

By  VIK SOHONIE Sep. 17, 2018 Image courtesy of Ostinato Records. The legendary Sudanese singer’s son, Abdulwahab, speaks in-depth about the life and times of his father, detailing his

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African Union slams Italian official’s ‘slave’ remark

African body expresses dismay at Italian deputy prime minister’s remarks in which he compared African immigrants to slaves 19.09.2018 ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia The African Union Commission has

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The world’s biggest book sale is coming to Dubai 

  More than three million books will be available: ‘the discounted prices mean that people from all walks of life – white collar; blue collar – have access to books’ Rupert

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Book review: ‘Elsewhere Home’ by Leila Aboulela 

  Aboulela uses the lens of interracial relationships to depict nuances of race, religion and culture Syma Mohammed September 15, 2018 Leila Aboulela’s second book of short stories follows

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Gabon ‘will not renew’ Spanish coach Jose Antonio Camacho’s contract

By Mohamed Fajah Barrie BBC Sport Former Spain coach Jose Antonio Camacho has been in charge of Gabon since December 2016 Jose Antonio Camacho’s contract as coach of the Gabon national team

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Senegal first African nation to host an Olympic event

Dakar saw off bids from Nigeria, Tunisia and Botswana to win hosting rights of the first Olympic Games in Africa. 7 Sept 2018 Senegal is set to become the first African country to host

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