Belarus, Sudan may abolish visas for holders of diplomatic, service passports

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has approved a draft agreement between the governments of Belarus and Sudan on the abolition of visa regulations for the holders of diplomatic and service passports as a basis for further talks. The head of state has signed a corresponding decree, BelTA leaned from the press service of the Belarusian leader.

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Slowing down the fashion machine

Living in a place where winter lasts six months a year can be a challenge to the fashion-conscious.   Adirondackers can’t just throw something on and saunter out the door — even if it’s beautiful and warm at the moment, the temperature may drop 40 degrees between the time you leave your house and when

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South Sudan says U.S. sanctions emboldening rebels to stall at peace talks

U.S. sanctions on the South Sudanese government are emboldening rebels to stall at peace talks, a South Sudanese official said on Saturday. Speaking to local and foreign media in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa, James Morgan, South Sudan Ambassador to Ethiopia and the AU, said U.S. “meddling” in the form of arms embargo and individual sanctions

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Qatar provides Ramadan aid for 5,000 families in Sudan

  Qatar provides Ramadan aid for 5,000 families in Sudan The State of Qatar, represented in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, have launched a Ramadan initiative to provide assistance for 5000 poor families in Sudan’s Khartoum State. The Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Republic of Sudan, H E Rashid Abdulrahman Al Nuaimi said

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Rebuilding South Sudan

Bangladeshi peacekeepers have been working relentlessly to restore normalcy to the war-torn South Sudanese capital Juba and other parts of the country four times the size of Bangladesh. They are constructing roads, protecting the city’s natural water bodies, building airport hangars and camps for the UN peacekeepers, and repairing streets for the local community where

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Haftar and Minnawi Agree to Increase Mercenaries in Libya

SMC- Al-Karama commander Major General Khalifa Hafter directed a committee of military leaders to sit down with the leaders of the Minawi movement to resolve the differences between the two sides, as well as to discuss increasing the number of fighters from the movement’s forces in Libya. According to official communications between the committee and

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King of Morocco to visit Sudan in October

Sudan’s Minister of Cabinet Affairs Ahmed Saad Omer said King Mohammed VI of Morocco would pay his first ever visit to Khartoum in October. On Thursday, Omer met First Vice-President and Prime Minister Bakri Hassan Salih and briefed him on the outcome of his recent 3-day visit to Morocco. source: afropages

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