Abeiku, Awal in Kuwait; Kotoko supporters angry

Questions are being asked by some Kotoko fans as to why their Management failed to re-engage two of their experienced central backs, Abeiku Ainooson and Awal Mohammed particularly in a year that they have an Africa campaign. The two players completed their switch to Al-Fahaheel in Kuwait in a move that will see the Porcupine

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Dominant Vidarbha keeps its tryst with destiny

quite fittingly, Wasim Jaffer put the finishing touches to the historic script of Vidarbha’s tryst with destiny in this year’s Ranji Trophy. Though the result was a foregone conclusion, Jaffer ended Vidarbha’s wait by whipping four boundaries, between square-leg and fine-leg, in one over from a wayward Kulwant Khejroliya. It was symbolic of how Vidarbha

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As South Sudanese community leaders we must give our youth a sense of belonging

it seems that the easiest solution to address the issue of violent youth crime in Australia is to either imprison or deport those young people who continually break the law. Eliminating the “bad apples” from the Australian society is seen by many as the quick-fix solution to youth crime which is creating widespread fear and

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Sudanese economy faces problem, but solvable via policies: official

Sudan’s Finance Minister Mohamed Osman Al-Rikabi on Tuesday said Sudan’s economy is facing a problem, but it can be solved via policies and procedures. Al-Rikabi said at a press conference that one of the challenges facing Sudan is “the decline of the Sudanese pound,” and the “rising cost of funding strategic commodities” is also a

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Last Batch of Returnees from Central Africa Republic Arrive

Khartoum – The last batch of Sudanese returnees from Central Africa Republic arrived in South Darfur State Monday. The voluntary return continued in last December as the first batch of returnees from Central Africa Republic, comprising 45 persons, arrived at Neyala Airport on the 12th. of last December. The UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)

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Tunisian Politician: Halayeb Is a Sudanese Territory According to World Maps

Renowned Tunisian politician, Dr. Mohammed Al-Hashimi has sent a message to the Egyptian regime affirming that the conflicted Halayeb and Shalateen area belongs to Sudan and that is evidenced in all the maps of the world. He commented in his official page in Tweeter that the Egyptian government should view all the maps of the

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Lukashenko sends National Day greetings to Sudan

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko sent National Day greetings to Sudan President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir and the people of Sudan on 1 January, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian leader. “I fondly recall the meeting with you in Khartoum in January 2017. Our open constructive dialogue has given a boost to bilateral

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Banks ‘reticent’ to work with Sudan: finance minister

Sudanese Finance Minister Mohammed Osman al-Rikabi said on Tuesday that banks across the world are still wary of working with Khartoum despite the US ending a trade embargo. The United States ditched its 20-year trade embargo against Khartoum in October, citing improvement made by Sudan in its human rights record, but still includes it on

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South Sudan orphans find solace through song

It’s been four years since the shy 12-year-old last saw his family. “Fighting came to my town and everyone scattered,” Dak Juong said. He remembers a grueling 10-day walk to safety among thousands of panicked strangers. “I don’t know if my parents are dead or alive.” Since South Sudan descended into civil war four years

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Sudan unveils plan to link railway to Ethiopia, S.Sudan

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Tuesday announced plans to build a railway system linking Sudan to Ethiopia and South Sudan. “We will connect [Sudan’s] railway lines to Ethiopia,” al-Bashir said while inaugurating a new train line linking capital Khartoum to the city of Wad Madani, the regional capital of Sudan’s central El Gezira State. “We

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