How Europe exported its refugee crisis to north Africa

Something happened to the deadly migrant trail into Europe in 2017. It dried up. Not completely, but palpably. In the high summer, peak time for traffic across the Mediterranean, numbers fell by as much as 70%. This was no random occurrence. Even before the mass arrival of more than a million migrants and refugees into

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Iran blocking Yemen peace efforts: Jubeir

Riyadh — Saudi Arabia on Sunday said Iran was blocking peace efforts in Yemen by supporting the Yemeni rebels. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said Tehran was smuggling arms to Yemen’s Houthi rebels and to the rebels’ ally ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh. “Iran is destroying all attempts to find a solution in Yemen, which

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Sudan: RSF Impose State Authority and Rule of Law in Number of North Darfur State’s Localities

Khartoum — The Rapid Support Forces(RSF) have imposed state authority and rule of law at Kutum, Kabkabya , Jebel Amir and Ghara areas in North Darfur State after defeating the unruly groups and ending all negative manifestations at these areas. RSF Spokesman, Col. Abdul-Rahman Al-Gaaly said in a statement to SUNA, that citizens welcomed entry

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Sudan: National Legislature to Discuss Its Performance During July-October Period

Khartoum — The National Legislature will deliberate next Monday on report of its Chairman about performance of the Legislature during July to October. While the National Assembly will listen to Ministers; Statements about performances of their Ministries and their plans for the year 2018. The Assembly will discuss in the same sitting report of the

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South Sudan’s homeless haunted by the ghosts of Juba’s secret shantytown

Shielding her eyes with one arm, the frail, 50-year-old Rose Juan glances at the tombstone outside her makeshift house. “I see ghosts in my dreams,” she says. For half a decade, the mother of five has been living among the dead. Time hasn’t eased the eeriness that engulfs her home. Juan is one of thousands

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British Ambassador: British Companies Should Invest In Sudan

SMC- The British Ambassador to Khartoum, Michael Aaron, called for the importance of restoration the British companies in Sudan through the creation and improvement of the investment environment, especially after the lifting of US economic sanctions imposed on Sudan. During his meeting with Minister of Industry Mossa Mohammed Karama, and delegation from British company Unilever,

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Sudan: Prof. Shaddad Back to the Sudanese Football Leadership

  Former longtime chairman of the Sudan Football Association (SFA), Prof. Kamal Hamid Shaddad is back to the helms of the Sudanese football. According to the private Sports TV Prof. Shaddad Sunday defeated the incumbent SFA Chairman Dr. Mu’tasim Ja’afar in a neck breaking close race in which he obtained 33 votes of the SFA

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Sudan US sanctions: Cancer patients and businesses hopeful

She was diagnosed with breast cancer last year and her extended family, friends and fans raised the money to send her to Cairo. Her cancer initially spread because old scanning machines in Sudan had failed to detect the seriousness of her condition. “I discovered that I did not only have one tumour, but several tumours,”

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