Sudanese Diplomat: We Will Not Give In To Israeli Efforts in Africa

SMC- Sudanese Ambassador to Amman Kamal Ali Osman Taha met with former Palestinian Ambassador, Ribhi Haloum, member of the General Secretariat of the Conference and Chairman of the Jordanian Trade Union Committee and discussed the upcoming African-Israeli summit which is expected to take place in Togo. The Sudanese Ambassador is a note from the General

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North Korea crisis: What does Kim Jong-un really want?

Long-standing tensions over North Korea’s weapons programme have worsened after it tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles in July. That prompted a new round of UN sanctions and an escalation of the war of words with the United States. As the provocations continue, what does Kim Jong-un really want to achieve? Is there anything the US

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Is Trump a madman or a strategic genius?

ARE we really on the brink of nuclear war? US President Donald Trump is making major threats against North Korea and North Korea is making wild threats straight back. On Tuesday Trump pledged to rain down “fire and fury” on the state led by Kim Jong Un, then tweeted about the strength of America’s nuclear

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Darfur Movements Lead Campaign to Collect Weapons

SMC- Darfur armed movements that have joined the peace process has directed their followers in the five states of Drafur to support weapons collection campaign. The campaign was launched by the Vice President of the Republic at a time where they acknowledge that weapons is the first threat to the stability process in the region. The

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Humanitarian Aid Deal From Sudan to South Sudan Extended for One Year

SMC- The Governments of Sudan and South Sudan signed a one year extension of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) allowing for the movement of humanitarian assistance from Sudan to South Sudan. The extension, which is for one year until June 2018 comes at a critical time as humanitarian needs in South Sudan continue to increase,

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QFFD-funded power project in Sudan nearing completion

  August 13 2017 . QNA/Doha The Atbara-Abu Hamad power transmission line project, funded by Qatar Fund For Development (QFFD),  in the River Nile State of Sudan has entered its final stages and is expected to open soon. QFFD said in a statement that the $218mn project reflects the concept of economic integration through the

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Sudanese Youth’s Action for Non-Violence Student brings dialogue experience at university back home during vacation

August 12, 2017   A Sudanese University student Fatah Elalim brought back lessons to his community in Sudan’s Western Kordofan State, about dialogue as a way to transform local conflicts non-violently. Fatah Elalim is a student at the University of Dalanj, located in the second biggest city in South Kordofan State, a conflict-affected area at

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Press Statement of the 706th meeting of the PSC on the theme: “Child Soldiers/Out of School Children in Armed Conflict in Africa”

(Press statement) The Peace and Security Council (PSC) of the African Union (AU), dedicated its 706thmeeting held on 26 July 2017, to an Open Session on the theme: “Child Soldiers/Out of School Children in Armed Conflict in Africa”. Council and Participants took note of the opening statements made by the PSC Chairperson, H.E. Ambassador Bankole

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Sudan’s Communist and Feminist Leader Passes Away in London, President Al Bashir Orders Official Funeral

SMC- At the orders of President Al Bashir, her body will be wrapped in the national flag and flown to Khartoum to her final resting place. Veteran Sudanese communist and feminist leader Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim died at the age of 84 in Britain on Saturday morning. Hundreds of mourners including politics leaders and armed movements

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Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim, A Pioneer in Women’s Rights

For over 60 years Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim placed herself at the forefront of women’s rights and social change in Sudan. In high school she was writing critiques of colonialism in newspapers and advocating for women’s rights. In her 20’s she would help lead a revolution in Sudan and would later become the first woman member

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