Sudanese teacher of Turkish language surprises Turks

A Sudanese youth, who came to Turkey to pursue his master and doctorate in Turkish language and literature, is now surprising Turks by teaching Turkish language courses at Saglik Bilimleri University in Istanbul. Speaking to Anadolu Agency, Younis Yahya, 28, said he was very ambitious to learn Turkish language after he met Turkish students in

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Al Hilo to form a Revolutionary Front Parallel to the Minawi Alliances

SMC- Darfurian leaders revealed the direction of the SPLM under the leadership of Abdul Aziz al-Helu to form a separate entity parallel to the Revolutionary Front “includes along with the popular movement of Abdel Wahid and Zainab Kabbashi group. “The armed movements are seeking to control Sudan’s appeal and to serve its interests by weakening

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Sudan Plays an Important Role in Combating Terrorism and Extremism

SMC- The Sudanese government plays a key role in the fight against terrorism, in addition to  its participation in regular international efforts to combat terrorism and violent extremism in a manner that has been recognized and praised by the international community, Addressing the opening session of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Conference on Prevention

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Freed From War: The Road to Reintegration for Ex-Child Soldiers in Sudan

In the welding class at a vocational training center supported by the Child Development Foundation (CDF) in Medani, El-Gezira state, Sudan, dozens of young adults are listening carefully to their instructor while he explains how to clean and soften the surface before cutting the iron. Two of the students are ex-child soldiers, the others are

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Freed From War: The Road to Reintegration for Ex-Child Soldiers in Sudan

In the welding class at a vocational training center supported by the Child Development Foundation (CDF) in Medani, El-Gezira state, Sudan, dozens of young adults are listening carefully to their instructor while he explains how to clean and soften the surface before cutting the iron. Two of the students are ex-child soldiers, the others are

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JEM.. Leaders Leave in Search of Peace

SMC- 2015 and 2016 are one of the worst years of the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) because of the repeated and severe defeats in the battles of the most famous forces in the province of Goz Dango, which the movement fought against the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF). After this defeat

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FM: Eritrean Accusations Against Sudan are ‘Baseless’

SMC- The Foreign Ministry expressed its regret at the Eritrean government’s continuing accusations against Sudan that are baseless. The Foreign Ministry stressed the firm commitment of the Government of Sudan to its consistent approach to the principles of good neighborliness and non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries. According to press statement issued by

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Sudan, Turkey Interior Ministers Meet in Ankara

SMC- Turkish Interior Minister Soliman Sawilo received on Wednesday his Sudanese counterpart, Ibrahim Mahmoud, at the ministry’s headquarters in Ankara. The two ministers discussed the bilateral relation following Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visit to Sudan. Erdogan visited Sudan for three days, accompanied by a delegation of some 200 businessmen. During the visit, 22 agreements

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Münster University archaeologists post research data from Sudan online

Graves, small huts or stone-lined sleeping places from antiquity and the Middle Ages: the “Wadi Abu Dom Itinerary” archaeological project being undertaken at the University of Münster’s Institute of Egyptology and Coptology (Germany) is now putting its data online, gathered between 2009 and 2016 during field research in Sudan. Academics, as well as anyone in

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