Chinese FM calls on African countries not to miss China-Africa cooperation opportunities

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi here on Tuesday called on African countries not to miss China-Africa cooperation opportunities. At a press conference in Sao Tome and Principe, Wang said he hoped Sino-African cooperation will not omit any African country. Wang was in Sao Tome and Principe Tuesday in the last leg of his new year

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S. Korea Supports UNDP’s Youth Empowerment Initiative in Darfur

Today, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, the Ministry of International Cooperation and Ministry of Youth and Sports have concluded an agreement on supporting Youth Volunteers programme in Darfur. The Government of the Republic of Korea is contributing USD 2 million in support of UNDP youth empowerment activities

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227 South Sudanese to be deported from America: official

About 227 South Sudanese nationals will be deported from the United States at any time, a senior South Sudanese diplomat confirmed on Tuesday. According to U.S. federal laws, foreign nationals are legally returned to their country of origin if they violate a number of immigration or criminal laws. The United States may deport foreign nationals

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Saudi Arabia to Sign Defense, Economic MoUs with Sudan

SMC- A number of memorandums of understandings (MoUs) will be signed during the coming period in the defense and economic fields, says ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Khartoum, Hassan bin Ali. He added that “Saudi Arabia stands with its heart and mold with Sudan.” During the meeting with the delegation of the Saudi-Sudanese

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Denmark Urged to Increase Economic Partnership in Sudan

SMC- The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Mohammed Othman Al-Rikabi stressed during his meeting with the Under-Secretary of Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs Conseen Osfurout the importance of economic cooperation between the two countries. On Monday, Al-Rikabi briefed the Danish delegation on the main challenges facing the local economy, namely the effects of the economic

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Sudan eager to add to Mauritania’s woes

Sudan will be hoping to make it two wins from two matches at the 2018 African Nations Championship (Chan) tournament when they lock horns with Mauritania in a Group A clash at the Stade Mohamed V in Casablanca on Wednesday. The Falcons of Jediane got their campaign up and running with a 2-1 win over

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Amuneke confident of Sudan success

Coach Emmanuel Amuneke has told SCORENigeria he is confident he will succeed at Sudanese club Al Khartoum. Ex-Flying Eagles coach Amuneke has signed a two-year contract and praised the quality of players he met on ground, although he retains hope of improving certain areas within the team. He said: “Work has begun already, we are

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WFP says urgent food distribution needed in South Sudan

South Sudan’s food security situation will worsen this year compared to the previous year unless food is procured and distributed to millions of people in urgent need in hard-to-reach areas before the rainy season, the World Food Program (WFP) said on Tuesday. WFP Deputy Country Director Simon Cammelbeek told journalists the UN agency needs to

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Britain to put women at heart of peace work in Iraq, Nigeria and South Sudan

Britain announced on Tuesday it would be putting girls and women at the heart of its work to end conflict in nine countries including Iraq, Nigeria and South Sudan. “Empowering women and girls … improves peace and stability, economic growth and poverty reduction,” senior ministers said in a National Action Plan on Women, Peace and

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AUDIO: UK Special envoy rallies support for South Sudan peace process

The UK Special Representative for Sudan and South Sudan, Christopher Trott, is urging regional countries to keep pressure on warring parties in South Sudan so they can stop hostilities and reach a successful peace agreement. Six years after obtaining independence, South Sudan peace remains fragile. And, for the last three years, the country has been

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