Activating Payment of Blood Moneys between Misseriya and Dinka Ngok in Abyei

SMC- Leading figures of the Misseriya tribes in the Abyei area revealed the activation of the payment of Diyats (blood money) between  Misseriya and Dinka Ngok in  Abyei, following the formation of the joint peace committee on both sides, which agreed to pay blood money from each side to stop the security problems on both

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Darfur Refugees in Chad to Return to Their Areas

SMC- Refugees Commission in Darfur states confirmed that large groups of Darfurian refugees in the camps in Chad have declared their desire to return to their villages, pointing out that voluntary return rate are increasing in the five states. Speaking to SMC, Mujeeb Al-Radi Mohamed, refugee’s assistant commissioner, said that during their visit to the camps

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With Sudan opening up to tourism, there can be no better time to go than now

It could be the coils of incense wafting from thuribles, or perhaps the sight of men spinning furiously on their heels, but as the sun dips below the onion domes of Omdurman’s mosques, I’m beginning to feel quite dizzy. Every Friday, dervishes dance and chant in the shadow of Sufi leader Hamad Al Nile’s tomb

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Sudan: UN starts project for health care for 242,000

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday announced the launch of a project to provide health care to roughly 242,000 people in the war-torn Darfur state of western Sudan. The UN agency explained that the project comes in order to bridge the health gap in nine villages in the East Jebel Mara locality at an

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