Catholic schools are a pillar of Church in Sudan

August 1, 2017 by CNA Daily News   Khartoum, Sudan, Aug 1, 2017 / 06:01 am (CNA).- Dust and mud brick houses everywhere – as far as the eye can see. The houses are indistinguishable in color from the ground on which they stand. Trees are few and far between. The road leading northwards from

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Egypt-Sudan relations subject to ‘negative’ external interference

  August 1, 2017 Relations between Egypt and Sudan have been subject to “negative” external interference, a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry in Cairo said on Monday, Anadolu has reported. Ahmed Abu Zeid made his comment prior to the visit to Khartoum by Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri scheduled for Wednesday. He did not specify

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Minerals Minister Calls on Japan for More Development Aid

Khartoum – Minster of Minerals Prof. Hashim Ali Salim has affirmed keenness of the state on providing protection to the mining companies as well as extending all facilities for the investors in the mining sector. Receiving Ambassador of Japan to Khartoum Hideki Ito at his office on Sunday, the Minster hailed the bilateral relations linking

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Defence Minister Affirms SAF Keenness to Collect Arms

Khartoum – Minister of National Defence, 1st Lt. Gen. Awad Ibn Auf affirmed the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) keenness to bring about control and to collect the arms from the citizens to the extent of using force. He pointed out, while addressing the enlightenment meeting which includes SAF commanders and heads of  parliament Committees, to

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Court upholds multi-billion dollar judgment against Sudan over embassy bombings

By Megan R. Wilson – 07/28/17 07 A federal appeals court on Friday ordered Sudan to pay $2.1 billion in damages to American families of victims of the 1998 embassy bombings in Africa. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit upheld a lower court ruling that Sudan was liability for the bombings at U.S. embassies in Nairobi,

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Sudan Refuses US Court Decision to Uphold Judgement for Bombings of US Embassies in Kenya, Tanzania

  SMC- Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour refused the US decision to uphold the decision to fine Sudan $7.3 billion over the 1998 bombing of the US embassies in Africa. Ghandour said in a limited statement yesterday the decision is old in the appeal phase, and said we will continue to refuse the decision and said

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Archbishop Welby in Sudan hails ‘new beginning’ as Province is inaugurated

by Hattie Williams 31 July 2017 Welcome: the Archbishop and his wife, Caroline, meet refugees in the diocese of Kadugli & the Nuba Mountains, with the Primate of Sudan, Archbishop Kondo, on Saturday THE inauguration of Sudan as the 39th Province of the Anglican Communion marks a “new beginning” for the Christian community in the

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