Maryam Sadiq: Lack of Trust Within Opposition Groups

SMC- The leader of the National Umma Party (NUP), Maryam Sadiq al-Mahdi, presented a paper during the meetings of the Sudan Appeal, which ended in Paris on Monday, reviewing the situation of the opposition and the relationship between its components, pointing to the lack of trust among its components. The Umma Party leader stressed the

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HAC calls on Organizations to Comply with Anti-money Laundering and Counterterrorism Standards

SMC- The Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) has called on organizations to commit themselves to working according to the standards required to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. Speaking to the SMC, the Humanitarian Aid Commissioner Ahmed Mohamed Adam stressed the definition of money laundering law and the fight against terrorism and the protection of the

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A Never-Ending Hunger Season Is Plaguing South Sudan

once seen as a time of plenty, Nyabolli Chok had run out of food for her three children in their village here in South Sudan. She knew they had to leave. “We were eating leaves off of trees,” she said, describing how she boiled them into a watery soup. “Ron reath,” she said — her

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Egypt President to Visit Sudan in October

SMC- Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will visit Khartoum in October to seal several bilateral deals, Sudan’s newly appointed foreign minister Al Dirdiri Mohamed said yesterday in Cairo. The minister’s maiden visit since assuming duties was to neighboring Egypt. Sudan banned the import of Egyptian farm produce last year over alleged use of pesticides and

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Darfur Groups Slam SRF Announcement of Continued Armed Struggle

SMC- Darfurian movements which had joined the peace process have stressed that all components of the Sudan Call are not capable of making any negative or positive movement on the ground. They noted that the Sudan Revolutionary Front’s announcement of the adoption of the continuation of armed action is nothing more than talk of ambassadors

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Floating Energy Plants Will Help Light-Up Africa

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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Government Reiterates Commitment to AU Roadmap

SMC- The government confirmed its commitment to enforcing the African road map to stop the war and bring peace to the country, indicating that there is no direction for new additions on the African map. Speaking to the SMC, Minister of the Council of Ministers member of the Higher Committee for Enforcement of Dialogue Outcomes

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