Solomon Islands: RSIPF Officers Return From Sudan Peacekeeping Mission

September 10, 2017 Family members and RSIPF representatives welcome two officers returning from service in Darfur, Sudan. Photo credit: RSIPF media Two Royal Solomon Islands Police Force officers returned yesterday from their service with the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Darfur, Sudan. Charlton Metopa and Robert Satini were part of the peacekeeping mission for the

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Halimah Yacob Becomes Singapore’s First Female President; First Malay Leader in 47 years

By TODAY ONLINE – September 11, 2017 @ 7:17pm SINGAPORE: Former Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob is set to be Singapore’s first Malay president in more than 47 years, after the Elections Department (ELD) said on Monday (Sept 11) that only one individual qualified for the inaugural reserved Presidential Election. Among those who submitted application

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TNCRD to Meet in Sudan on Thursday

The meeting comes as the fifteenth for the committee after failure of the last meeting which was held in Ethiopia in May The Tripartite National Committee on the Renaissance Dam (TNCRD) is to meet on Thursday in the city of Atbara in Sudan to discuss the initial report by the two French consultancy firms—BRL and

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‘Sudan Welcomes Investments, Technology Transfers Amid Easing Sanctions’

By Joel Lee Updated : Sept 11, 2017 Anticipating the lifting of US sanctions in the near future, Sudan is ready to reinvigorate its global engagement and draw industrial expertise, technology transfers and agricultural investment from Korea, the country’s No. 2 diplomat has said. In an exclusive interview with The Korea Herald, Hamid Mohamed E.

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Revealed: The Spies Helping Push South to Genocide

Documents obtained by The Daily Beast from several sources show the way other African leaders and intelligence services collude with President Salva Kiir’s brutal regime. Justin Lynch More than two decades ago Africa learned that the United Nations and United States would not act to stop mass murder. Nearly a million people were killed in

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Egyptian Authorities Transfer Dozens of Sudanese Miners from Prison

  SMC- Egyptian authorities transferred dozens of Sudanese miners to Aswan and Cairo for trial after being detained from inside Sudanese territory, according to a miner who had escaped from the Egypt-controlled Abu Ramad prison. Badr al-Din Badawi said that he was able to escape from prison during transporting dozens of miners to another prison

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Numbeo: Sudan Is the Safest Country in Africa with Lowest Crimes Rate

  SMC- Sudan ranked first in Africa as the safest country in terms of crime rates, according to Numbeo, which analyzes statistical data on crime and safety in various countries across the world. Sudan ranked first in Africa with 35.05 points, followed by Tunisia with 40.94 points, Ghana 46.99 and Morocco 48.89 points. It noteworthy

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The first Sudanese and Arab female composer Asma Hamza

– Melody like a poem is an inspiration Asma Hamza is the first female composer in Sudan and in the Arab world. Born in 1932, she grew up in a family that resembles a fruit tree that is laden with nightingales. She used to love the lute since childhood. The instrument has become an integral

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Is Sudan Heading Towards Normalization with Israel?

KHARTOUM- Sudanese Investment Minister Mubarak al-Fadil al-Mahdi has revived the controversy over the relationship with Israel. Mahdi (the cousin of opposition leader Sadiq Mahdi) only about four months in the ministerial portfolio, publicly declared his support to normalization of the relations between the Sudan and Israel. He justified this position by stating that the Palestinians,

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EU Says Its Working with Sudan to Achieve Full Lifting of US Sanctions

  SMC- The European Union (EU) mission confirmed its working together with the Sudanese government to achieve the full lifting of US sanctions on the country in October, paving the way for the promotion of economic and trade relations with European countries and the rest of the world. Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour discussed On Sunday

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