Sudan: Bashir – National Dialogue Answered Questions Unspoken About

Khartoum — President Omar Bashir on Monday said the country has been witnessing stages of reform at both the state and community levels, via the unprecedented National Dialogue in which all political and vital social forces took part. The president has stressed in his statement before the National Legislature that the seriousness with which people

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Sudan Hosts Horn of Africa Meeting

SMC- Sudan will host a meeting on peace, security, stability, cooperation and development in the Horn of Africa, according to the head of the African Union office in Khartoum Mahmoud Kan. Speaking to the SMC, he said that the meeting, which is organized by the AU in coordination with the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)

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Norway Sends Special Envoy to Washington for Lifting Sudan Sanctions

SMC- The Norwegian ambassador to Khartoum, Bard Hopeland, has expressed his country’s support for the decision to lift US economic sanctions imposed on Sudan by sending special envoy to Washington to work with the international group that seeks to lift the sanctions on Sudan. Speaker of the parliament, Ibrahim Ahmed Omar met on Sunday with

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Strict Measures to Control Border Trade with South Sudan, Chad and Ethiopia

SMC- Sudanese Minister of Trade Hatem Al Sasir announced the establishment of stricter procedures to control border trade, especially with South Sudan, Chad and Ethiopia to prevent smuggling. He also  revealed the formation of export goods councils to market Sudanese products to foreign markets. Speaking to the (SMC) Hatem Al Sasir said that the country’s export

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Sudan Is Preparing To Receive Foreign Tourists According To US Expert’s Plan

SMC- Director-General of Antiquities and Museums Corporation, Abdul-Rahman Ali announced the completion of their readiness to receive tourists from China, Eastern Europe and Russia, according to a plan prepared by an American expert to manage and develop the tourist resource in the Khartoum, River Nile and the North states. Addressing the International Day of Tourism

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Somali President to Visit Sudan on Wednesday

SMC- Somali President Mohammad Abdullah Faramago will begin a two-day visit to Sudan on Wednesday, heading a high-level delegation during which he will hold talks with President Omar al-Bashir and his first vice president, Prime Minister Bakri Hassan Saleh. The delegation accompanying the Somali president includes ministers of foreign affairs, finance, agriculture, youth and sports.

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ASU archaeologists dig deep

“Bones and cats,” Brenda Baker, who has a doctorate in anthropology, says, holding out her coffee mug decorated with a drawing of a skull made of felines. “These are two of my favorite things.” Baker is an associate professor at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC) and specializes in bioarchaeology, human osteology

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Bashir Affirms Commitment to Fighting Terrorism, Human Trafficking

Khartoum- Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir stressed on Monday his country’s commitment to fighting terrorism, money-laundering, human trafficking, adopting sustainable development goals, enhancing the state’s performance, executing the recommendations of the national dialogue committees, and enhancing economic conditions. In his speech in front of the Sudanese parliament, he said that “Sudan is fully committed to the

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Sudan: NC Expresses Hope There Will Be a Total Revocation of the American Sanctions On the Date Set

Khartoum — The National Congress Party on Monday expressed its hope that the expected American decision late this month would be on total revocation of the American economic sanctions against the Sudan. The Political sector in a meeting headed by Jamal Mahmoud, said it has put in place several scenarios depending on the nature of

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South Sudan Rebels Kill Soldiers Ahead of Peace Talks

  Reuters, Tuesday, 03 October 2017 Share to LinkedInShare to TwitterShare to Facebook Rebels in South Sudan killed four soldiers when they attacked a strategic town to push government out ahead of a resumption of peace talks, a government spokesman said. The soldiers came under heavy fire in Waat and 14 were also wounded, said

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