EU Agrees Biggest Free Trade Deal With Japan

the largest struck by the EU – is expected to liberalise almost all trade between the bloc and the world’s third-largest economy. It is being seen as a challenge to the protectionism championed by US President Donald Trump. It must now be ratified by EU members and the European Parliament. A joint statement by European

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Sadam Wants to Be a permanent Force on Cranes

The midfielder is part of the Cranes side at the ongoing CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup and started in the 5-1 win over South Sudan on Friday. It feels great to be back on the national team,” Saddam told Kawowo Sports.  “It’s the best feeling representing your nation,” he added. The KCCA midfielder is arguably one

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Feature: Classy Shell-Made products Bring Fame to Sudan’s Eastern Tourist City

Antiques industry, namely the products made of natural sea shells, constitutes a means to promote tourism in Port Sudan, the capital city of the Red Sea State in eastern Sudan, and a growing trade activity as well. In winter, Port Sudan, some 870 km east of Sudan’s capital Khartoum, attracts various visitors, attracted by its

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Egyptian Companies to Visit Sudan in Search of Investment

Three Egyptian companies will be visiting Sudan next week in search of investment opportunities in the fields of construction and pharmaceutical Industries, Islam al-Sadeq of Sudan’s Ministry of Investment said Saturday. He said that the visit aims to study the Sudanese market, adding that Sudan offers many investment opportunities in agriculture, particularly to Egyptian businessmen.

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Women Take to Streets to Demand End to South Sudan War

They marched in silence, yet their message was loud and clear. Hundreds of women covered their mouths with tape on Saturday as they took to the streets in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, to demand an end to their country’s war and the suffering of its people. Carrying posters and signs that read “Bring back our peace now!”,

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