Sudan: Secret Service Seizes Weapons and Ammunition in Desert West of Omdorman

SMC- The Sudanese National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) thwarts attempt to smuggle weapons and ammunition in the desert of Khartoum’s twin city, Omdurman. The shipment of arms and ammunition found West of Omdurman from Kordofan states. Information Director at NISS explained that a force from the device seized a shipment of weapons and ammunition

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Sudan: Hassabo Affirms Presidency Support to Sudanese Football Association

President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohamed Abdul-Rahman, has affirmed the Presidency support to the Sudanese Football Association to carry out its role. This came when he received Wednesday in his office at the Republican Palace a delegation of the Sudanese Football Association which was headed by the association’s chairman, Dr. Kamal Shaddad, and in presence

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S. Sudan President Reconciles With Former Army Chief

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and his former army chief of staff apparently have reconciled, a week after a tense standoff in Juba threatened to escalate into violence. The reconciliation happened Thursday at a prayer service at the president’s residence in Juba. Pictures surfaced on the internet showing Paul Malong hugging Kiir. The coziness seems

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Sudan to sever ties with N. Korea

Sudan committed to severing all trade and military ties with North Korea on Thursday over its nuclear weapons program, the U.S. State Department said. The Sudanese foreign ministry made the announcement following bilateral meetings with U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan in Khartoum. “The United States welcomes the Government of Sudan’s pledge and will

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US-Sudanese Talks to Remove Khartoum from Sponsors of Terrorism List

The Sudanese capital has witnessed high-level US-Sudanese talks, during which the two sides agreed on a new roadmap to remove Sudan from the list of State Sponsors of Terrorism in return for its commitment to respect religious freedoms, ensure human rights and boycott North Korea. US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan arrived in Khartoum

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