Sudanese Banks Ready to Open Foreign Branches on Lifting of US Sanctions

(Agencies) September 10, 2017  Sudanese banks have opened branches in Arab, Asian and European countries to allow the easy movement of hard currency and to re-establish banking relations in anticipation of a positive decision by the United States to permanently lift economic sanctions next month, Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper has reported. The Undersecretary of the Sudanese

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Ministry Urges Russian Companies to Invest in Mining Sector

    SMC-   Sudan’s Minister of Minerals Hashim Ali Salim, urged companies and investors from Russia to participate in the development of the sector in Sudan.   During his official visit to Moscow, he said to the Russian agency (Ria Novosti) that companies are invited to discover the potential reserves of the 35 types of

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Red Cross Says Staff Member Killed in South Sudan Ambush

(Agencies) Reuters Staff JUBA (Reuters) – The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Saturday one of its drivers was shot dead when a convoy of their vehicles was ambushed in South Sudan’s Western Equatoria State. The ICRC said Lukudu Kennedy Laki Emmanuel was killed when the convoy of nine trucks and a

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Sudan: Red Crescent Society Selected Member At Standing Commission

Khartoum — The Sudanese Red Crescent Society has been selected member in the international Standing Commission of the Red Cross and Red Crescent based in the Swiss capital Geneva. The Sudanese Red Crescent has been selected for this position for the effective role it has been playing in the humanitarian field inside the entire parts

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Sudan Hopes to Deepen Economic Ties With Russia – Officials

© Sputnik/ Alexandr Graschenkov BUSINESS 22:24 09.09.2017 Sudan seeks to further develop economic relations with Russia and is open to the Russian investment, Awad Ahmed Al-Jaz, the Sudanese presidential aide, told Sputnik on Saturday. MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Sudan has seen the increase in investments from Russia following the creation of the higher committee for the development of bilateral relations. The presidential aide

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Red Cross Shocked by Driver’s Killing in South Sudan

(Agencies) 2017-09-09 Johannesburg – The Red Cross says it is shocked by the killing of one of its staffers in South Sudan as dangers to humanitarian workers rise amid the country’s civil war. A statement on Saturday by the International Committee of the Red Cross said driver Lukudu Kennedy Laki Emmanuel was shot and killed

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