SLM-AW .. Failure On the Ground

SMC- Its been headlined in the news the deep disagreements within the Sudan Liberation Movement-Abdul Wahid Nur (SLM-AW)  between Othman al-Zain group and Mubarak Wildook in the area of Amo and elements of the commander General Abdul Qader Abdul Rahman, located at the headquarters of the military leadership “Turtanga.” The news indicate that the military

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Khartoum Refinery: Daily Production of 250 tons of Jet Fuel

SMC- The Khartoum refinery administration has announced the production of 250 tons of jet fuel (Nile Blend) in a daily basis, denying rumors of a jet fuel shortage. General director of Khartoum  Refinery ,Munira Mahmoud Abdullah told the SMC that the refinery is producing and providing jet fuel and deliver it to the Sudanese Oil Corporation

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UNICEF and WHO Reach 2.8 million children in Sudan with vaccination against polio

With the support of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO), the Sudanese Federal Ministry of Health has completed the Sub National Immunization Days from 16 to 18 July 2018. “This campaign is critical in protecting Sudan’s children from polio: a paralyzing disease. It is a milestone in keeping Sudan

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NISS Rescues Egyptian Military Forces from Libyan Rebels

SMC- The National Inelegance and Security Service (NISS) has freed five members of an Egyptian military force from Libyan outlawed groups. The group had gone missing in the Egypt-Libya border area. They were received at the Khartoum airport on Monday evening by NISS Director General Salah Abdullah Gosh. The Director of the Information Department at NISS, said in a press conference at Khartoum

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Qatar’s support to boost tourism in Sudan lauded

Sudan’s Minister of Tourism, Antiquities and Wildlife Dr. Mohammed Abu Zaid Mustafa has lauded the role played by Qatar in the development of tourism in his country, referring  to the major projects implemented by Qatar to restore the tourist effects in the River Nile and the North States. The Sudanese Minister  said that what Qatar

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Team Nigeria wins 105 medals at Africa Youth Games

Team Nigeria to the third edition of the African Youth Games (AYG) which ended in Algiers, Algeria, on Saturday finished with a total number of 105 medals won from 19 sports. The team won 29 gold, 33 silver and 43 bronze medals, with weightlifting giving it the richest haul of a total of 18, comprising

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Ocean diamonds: Africa’s ‘blue economy’

Africa’s “blue world” is made up of vast lakes, oceans and rivers. The African Union (AU) calls the “blue economy” the “New Frontier of African Renaissance” and there’s been a lot of talk and forums focusing on it over the past year. The so-called “blue economy” is not confined to fishing and tourism; it also includes things like transportation,

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Africa ready to awaken the roar of the dragon

With South Africa hosting the BRICS Summit, there has never been a better time to champion the country and the broader continent’s agenda. BRICS serves as a timely reminder that as emerging markets make a greater contribution to the global economy than ever before, bilateral relations are also being reset to optimise new opportunities –

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Russia Is Not the Soviet Union

The American public and U.S. policymakers both have an unfortunate tendency to conflate Russia with the Soviet Union. That habit emerged again with the media and political reaction to the Helsinki summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump’s critics accused him of appeasing Putin and even of committing treason for not doing

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A Kenyan painter’s art questions China’s deepening reach in Africa

The officials in suits arrived uninvited at Michael Soi’s studio located in the fringes of the industrial area of Nairobi. They were four men and two women, Chinese, and instantly started rifling through the stacks of artwork in the space and tossing paint cans around. This was in 2015, a year during which China and

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