Parliamentary Committee on Security Affirms Darfur States Free of Armed Movements

Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Security and Defense Maj. Gen. Al-Hadi Adam Hamid has affirmed that Darfur states are free of armed movements, referring to existence of sleeping cells for the movements, which carry out some acts to indicate their presence. He said in a press statement at the parliament Monday that the reply

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Sudan Participates in the Eighth International Law Conference in Russia

Chief Justice, Professor Haider Ahmed Dafallah returned to the country yesterday after heading Sudan judicial delegation participating in the eighth international law conference in St. Petersburg, Russia. The President of the judiciary held several meetings on the sidelines of the conference, most notably his meeting with the Chief Justice of the Russian Constitutional Court, besides

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Sudan Hails EU’s Role in Success of Food Security Programmes in East and Blue Nile States

Minister of International Cooperation, Idris Suleiman praised the great role played by the EU’s Technical Advisory Unit in helping to make food security programs more successful and improve the standard of living and support small farmers and producers in the three eastern states and the Blue Nile This came in the meeting that attended by

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Turkish floating plant starts power supply to Sudan

Turkey’s floating power plant, the Karadeniz powership Rauf Bey, started electricity production in Sudan, a member of the Istanbul-based Karadeniz Energy Group, Karpowership, announced Tuesday. The powership, which has 180 megawatts (MW) of installed capacity, will supply 150 MW of power to Sudan’s national energy grid. The plant is important for the stability of the

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Sudan Archives Takes an Afrofuturist Approach on New EP ‘Sink’

Last year, Sudan Archives’ self-titled EP showed the singer and violinist to be a master of innovation. Inspired by the fiddle techniques and common modes of northeastern Africa, hers is a totally unique blend of strings, synths, and soul. On Sink, she brings us six more tracks that follow in the same rich vein, reinforcing

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JEM Dissident: The Movement is Doomed

SMC- The adviser of the former Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) leader, dissident leader Bashir Adam Adam al-Sanusi, confirmed that the Jibril movement had lost all direction and is will soon be no more. Al-Sanussi said in a statement to the SMC, the recent splits in the movement that the movement no longer has any

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African Union To Hold Abyei Meetings Later This Month

SMC- The Abyei Supervisory Committee (Agok) , of Sudan side, has said that it has received an invitation from the African Union to hold the joint meeting of the committee in the Abyei region on the 30th of this month. Speaking to the SMC Hassan Ali Nimer, head of the committee said “The meeting will be

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Archbishop welcomes ceasefire agreement as South Sudan peace talks continue

The Anglican Archbishop of South Sudan has led five days of mediated peace talks between the warring parties in South Sudan. The talks reached agreement on three of the 11 demands made by opposition groups, including a recommitment to the cessation of hostilities. Talks on the remaining eight unresolved issues will now continue under the

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South Sudan peace talks extended amid disagreement

After five days of closed-door South Sudan peace talks, the warring parties on Monday agreed on only three issues out of over 11 demands raised by the opposition in Addis Ababa. The Information government minister Michael Makuei told the media in Addis Ababa that the warring parties had agreed on cantonment of troops near Juba,

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