The Archbishop of Canterbury: Britain Supports the Lifting Of Sanctions on Sudan

  SMC- The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rev. Justin Welby said in his meeting with the President of the Republic, Omar al-Bashir that British government supports the lifting of sanctions on Sudan, adding “the policy of England encourages the lifting of sanctions, because of the urgent need to support development and the heavy foreign debt to

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Judges Demand Stricter Punishment Cyberspace Crimes

  SMC- President of the Judiciary Maulana Haider Ahmed Dafallah, called for a stricter punishment for cyber crimes. Calling for a more just punishment, he highlighted how harmful publications in cyberspace cause grievances, harm society, security and the economy. He also urged for increasing the number of judges in the Cyber Crimes Court to facilitate

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Sudan Council of Churches: Allegations of Religious Persecution in Sudan are False

SMC- Secretary-General of the Sudan Council of Churches William Deng said that there are hostile parties making false allegations of religious persecution in the country, while there is actually religious tolerance. Deng said in an interview with a local newspaper that religious tolerance and freedom in Sudan are at their best, stressing that there are

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Central Bank Pumping Money to Control the Dollar

  SMC- The Central Bank of Sudan (CBoS announced new procedures and policies to control the rise in the foreign exchange rate against the pound.   The Finance Ministry said it expected Sudan to get new financial deposits, according to Minister of State for Finance Abdul Rahman Derar. In statements yesterday he revealed about the

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The Archbishop of Canterbury: Britain Supports the Lifting Of Sanctions on Sudan

  SMC- The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rev. Justin Welby said in his meeting with the President of the Republic, Omar al-Bashir that British government supports the lifting of sanctions on Sudan, adding “the policy of England encourages the lifting of sanctions, because of the urgent need to support development and the heavy foreign debt to

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Sudan declared new Anglican province

Sunday 30 July 2017 KHARTOUM – Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby on Sunday declared Sudan the 39th province of the worldwide Anglican Communion, six years after the predominantly Christian south gained independence from the north. The Anglican church in Sudan, a majority Muslim country, has been administered from South Sudan since the 2011 split which

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Hope for South Sudanese refugees arriving in Darfur

27 Jun 2017 June 2017: Amy Martin, Deputy Humanitarian Coordinator for Darfur, speaks with Angelina and her family. They had to walk for four days to reach the Sudanese border. Despite the hardship she experienced, Angelina is relieved to have finally found safety in Al Nimir refugee camp. Credit: OCHA Angelina, 40, is one of

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Archbishop of Canterbury in Sudan for rare visit

Welby calls on the Sudanese government to guarantee religious freedom of Christians  30.07.2017 By Mohammed Amin KHARTOUM Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby arrived in Khartoum on Sunday for a rare visit to Sudan. Shortly upon arrival, the archbishop inaugurated the Anglican Church in Sudan, which had been administrated from Juba, the capital of South Sudan

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DPDO Implement a Series of Development and Stability Projects in Darfur

SMC- The Darfur Peace and Development Organization (DPDO) has implemented 99 percent from of programs from Darfur Community Peace and Stability Fund (DCPSF). Financed by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and worth USD 200,000 the aim is implementing programs in Bilil locality eastern Nyala, South Darfur state. DPDO director, Salih Al Jozoli said that

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Sudan-Saudi Business Council Urges Finding Ways to Ease Bank Transfers

  SMC- The Sudanese Saudi Joint Business Council, at the conclusion of their meetings in the Saudi port city of Jeddah, recommended resolving the technical complications and procedures facing the export of Sudanese cattle and meat to Saudi Arabia. The meeting underscored the importance of addressing the issue of banking transfers between the two countries.

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