Watch Newcastle v Chelsea Live TV – Global channel listings

Around the World, here are the channels you can watch Newcastle v Chelsea Live TV. The global TV listings are featured below for local (to you) coverage on Sunday afternoon (3pm kick-off). After four defeats in a row, Rafa Benitez will be looking to round off the season in a bit of style in front

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For a South Sudanese refugee, a place to put down roots

Now 29 years-old, she has fled to Uganda two separate times because of conflict in her home country of South Sudan. Grace, like so many other South Sudanese people, was forced to leave her home behind to save herself and her four children from violence. Last time she fled with her family — at the

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Egyptian Sudanese relations “Holy”: Sudan Deputy PM

The relations between Egypt and Sudan can be described as “Holy”, Sudanese Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Information Ahmed Bilal Othman said in a press statement on Sunday. Othman said that the relation between the two countries is at its best as the communication channel is open between Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and

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UNICEF South Sudan Humanitarian Situation Report, 31 March – 30 April 2018

On 17 April, 248 children were released from SPLA-iO and former South Sudan National Liberation Movement (SSNLM) in Bakiwiri, Western Equatoria State, bringing the total number children released from armed forces/groups in 2018 to 596, including 211 girls. • UNICEF with partners reached 103,207 people with curative consultations, including 51,351 children under five years, through

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International Reports Confirm JEM Rebels Involved in Human Trafficking

SMC- International reports have revealed the involvement of elements of the rebel Justice and Equality Movement in the crimes of human trafficking and the smuggling of citizens across the Sahara to Libya, and take these operations as a source to finance its negative activities against Sudan. A report of the Great Lakes region on the

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Ethiopia seeks economic union with neighbours

The regional tour by the Ethiopian prime minister that took Dr. Abiy Ahmed to Djibouti, Sudan and Kenya demonstrated the extent of the country’s thirst for access to sea water. The chief of staff in the Ethiopian prime minister’s office, Fitsun Arega explained that Abiy’s visits to Ethiopia’s neighbours were geared towards creating a meaningful

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Turkey jockeys with China for influence in Africa

Much has been written in recent years on China’s growing influence in Africa. But it has a challenger in Turkey, which, like China, is looking to expand its strategic and economic reach. Turkish construction companies have recently bested Chinese rivals on big infrastructure projects, winning orders in Ethiopia and Rwanda. And Ankara has nearly as many

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South Sudan’s new bank governor pledges monetary reforms

South Sudan’s newly appointed Central Bank Governor Dier Tong Ngor on Saturday pledged to improve monetary institutions. Ngor told Xinhua in Juba after taking an oath of office on Saturday that his priority is to bring sanity to the monetary system in the country. “I am going to work hard with my team and consult

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OVL drags Sudan to arbitration to recover $400 mn

ONGC Videsh Ltd, India’s flagship overseas oil investment firm, has dragged Sudan to an international arbitration court to recover over USD 400 million in unpaid oil dues pending since 2011. OVL, the overseas arm of state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), has filed an arbitration claim in a London court to recover about USD

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America an obstacle to South Sudan peace, says Kiir

South Sudan President Salva Kiir has said the United States government is becoming an obstacle to achieving peace in the world’s youngest nation. This was in a statement issued by the president’s office last Wednesday in response to an earlier press release by the White House which said the South Sudan government had lost credibility.

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