US Department of Treasury Unfreezes Sudan Embassy Funds

SMC The U.S. Department of Treasury has lifted the ban on frozen funds belonging to the Sudanese embassy in Seoul, according Sudan’s Ministry of Finance on Wednesday. In a press release, State Finance Minister Abdel-Rahman Dirar said the U.S. Department of Treasury unfroze funds belonging to Sudan’s embassy in Seoul, describing the measure as “positive

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Rofaqa village: A Qatari/Sudanese architecture mix in Sudan

River Nile state – located in Ad-Damir city of Sudan – a 287km north of Sudan’s capital Khartoum, stands a new type of architecture quite unfamiliar to the Sudanese architecture even though the architect inspired from the local architecture. Rofaqa Village for orphan families has been funded by Rofaqa, one of Qatar Charity initiatives that

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Yemen Accuses Houthis of Attacking Sudan Embassy in Sanaa

SMC The Yemeni Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday accused Houthi forces and the ousted president Ali Aballah Saleh, of attacking the Sudanese embassy in Sanaa. A number of  vehicles were also looted from the diplomatic mission. The statement released by the Yemen foreign ministry on Wednesday said, “The attack by the coup militias on the

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‘Africans Will be Biggest Losers After letting Foreign Military into their Continent’

By: Ayo Johnson August 10, 2017 (RT)―Africa has become a staging ground where foreign countries can show off their military capabilities against one another away from their country of origin at the expense of Africans, says African affairs expert Ayo Johnson. Turkey is gearing to open its largest overseas military base in Somalia. The United Arab Emirates

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Refugees face kidnap, torture, rape and slavery in Libyan ‘living hell’, Oxfam report says

Refugees and migrants face kidnap, rape, torture, slave labour and sexual violence in Libya before attempting to cross the Mediterranean to reach Italy, an Oxfam report has found. The report carried out in partnership with Italian charities Doctors for Human Rights (MEDU) and Borderline Sicilia analysed 285 testimonies including 158 interviews with 31 women and 127 men who arrived

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Volume of Sudan-Jordan Trade Exchange Up to $120 Million

SMC- Jordanian Minister of Industry, Trade and Finance, Yarab Qudaa said on Wednesday that the volume of trade exchange between Jordan and Sudan ranges from $80-120 million annually. He described the volume of trade exchange between the two countries as ‘modest’ while urging to strengthen the partnership to raise the volume of trade. Sudan’s Industry

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The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) will visit the country next week

SMC The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR),  Filippo Grandi visits the country next week to discuss refugee issues in Sudan. Ambassador Mustafa Osman Ismail Permanent Representative of the Sudan explain to grandi after meeting with the Office of the High Commissioner In Geneva yesterday to program his visit to refugee camps and meetings with

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Libyan Organizations Condemn Kidnappings By Darfurian Rebels

SMC- Libyan civil society organizations have condemned the kidnappings, banditry and terror caused to travelers on the road between Kufra and the north cities by gangs, mercenaries of the Darfurian movements and the Chadian Armed opposition. According to SMC sources, civil society organizations described in a statement these acts as “terrorism” because its terrifying the  citizens

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Report: Plans to Link IGAD Countries with Sudan Sea and Land Ports

SMC- The Sudanese Businessmen and Employers Federation has announced the formation of a joint mechanism to activate the export movement and remove the obstacles facing development and the movement of trade exchange with IGAD countries. This is planned to happen during the next phase, and linking the IGAD countries with Sudanese ports, airports and railways

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Foreign Minister Welcomes to Meet the FAO New Resident Representative

SMC- Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ibrahim Ghandour, has stressed during his meeting on Wednesday, with the new resident representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations(FAO) to Papagana Ahmado, the readiness of officials and state institutions to cooperate.

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