Sudan considers UN plan to reduce UNAMID mission in Darfur

Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir yesterday discussed with African Union Peace and Security Commissioner, Ismail Sharqi, the United Nations Security Council decision to reduce United Nations African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) forces in Darfur. “The meeting between Al-Bashir and Sharqi also discussed achieving peace in the South Kordofan and Blue Nile states, and issues related

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Sudan: Acting Finance Minister Meets Human Rights Independent Expert

The Acting Finance Minister, Dr. Abdul Rahman Derar has called on the international community to lift the economic sanctions imposed on Sudan, totally, by lifting its name from the list of the countries sponsoring terrorism, the serious work for solving its debt problem and dealing with the negative impacts of the sanctions. The minister who

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GSDF troops told to carry loaded weapons during S. Sudan mission

GSDF troops on a U.N.-led peacekeeping operation in South Sudan build a protective barrier to protect local people displaced from their homes, while an armed soldier stands guard, right, in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, in November 2016. (Asahi Shimbun file photo) Japanese troops on U.N. peacekeeping operations in South Sudan in July 2016

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Foreign Affairs: Arrangements to Prepare for Chinese President’s Visit to Sudan

SMC- Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the start of consultations and arrangements for the upcomingvisit of the Chinese President to Sudan this year, revealing a number of proposals for the date of the visit. speaking to( SMC) the Ambassador of the Sudan to Beijing, Omer Ahmed said that the Chinese President accepted the invitation of

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Lubbock-Cooper hoping to get two out of regionals again

The Rawls Course can be a daunting experience for a high school golfer with its long fairways and Lubbock’s spring weather elements. It didn’t stop Lubbock-Cooper last season, though, and the Pirates are in position to advance two five-man teams out of the Class 5A Region I championships for the second consecutive year after sweeping

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Uganda Tertiary Institutions Give Hope to South Sudanese Refugees Seeking Higher Education

“I am happy because my parents supported me. With this qualification, I can work anywhere in East Africa. I want to try to rebuild what our people back home in South Sudan lost during the war” “You should have the fear of God at heart. You should sit down at a round table and resolve

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Sudan urges to be lifted from State Sponsors of Terrorism list

Sudan’s Acting Finance Ministe Abdul Rahman Derar on Sunday called on the international community to totally lift the economic sanctions imposed on the country. In a meeting with visiting Human Rights Independent Expert in Sudan Arstide Nononsi, the minister called for lifting his country from the State Sponsors of Terrorism list, as well as solving

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Sudan turns out 36.5 tons of gold in Q1 of 2018

Sudan’s gold production in the first quarter of 2018 reached 36.5 tons with revenues amounting to around 778.548 million Sudanese pounds (42.9 million U.S. dollars), Sudan Minerals Ministry said on Sunday. A report from Sudanese Minerals Resources Company indicated that the production by the traditional mining represents 88 percent as it registered 32 tons of

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Key South Sudan, Igad meet set for Kampala

Uganda is set to host the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (Igad) meeting to discuss the free movement of South Sudanese, including refugees, in the eight-nation regional bloc. The two-day consultative meeting on the Protocol on Free Movement of Persons is scheduled for Tuesday, April 24 through April 26 at Sheraton Kampala Hotel. it will be

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