Terrorism Word Is Used to Put Pressure on Underdeveloped Countries: Strategic Expert

Horn of Africa Affairs expert, Prof Hassan Makki said that it is difficult to talk in objectivity about terrorism if there is no just balance; He added that there is a possibility to define terrorism in the world considering that there is the terrorism of a state and the terrorism of individuals. He stated to

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NUP Leader Turns Down Invitation to Attend SRF Meeting In Paris

SMC- Head of the National Umma Party (NUP), Al-Sadiq al-Mahdi, has rejected an invitation from Minni Minnawi and Yassir Arman to join the meetings of the Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) alliance in Paris. He also criticized them of uninvited him officially earlier. In a letter sent to SRF, Mahdi said that he rejected the existence

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Egypt keeper, oldest World Cup player, quits national team

Egypt goalkeeper Essam El Hadary is retiring from the national team after becoming the oldest man to play in a World Cup match. El Hadary started the World Cup as Egypt’s backup goalkeeper, but he played in his team’s final group match in Russia, saving a penalty in the 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia on

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‘People think all African kids are bad’

Kadiga and Youssif know how some people feel when they walk past their teenage children. It’s all over their TV screens and social media feeds. Sometimes there’s a reminder in the glance from a shopkeeper, one that says “I’ve got my eye on you”. It makes them feel on edge when their children are out

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Sudanese synths meet traditional instrumentals in new Ostinato compilati

Music from Khartoum between 1970 and 1990. Ostinato Records is releasing a new triple vinyl compilation, called Two Niles to Sing a Melody: The Violins & Synths of Sudan, collecting music from the country’s cultural zenith.   From the 1970s through the late 1980s, Sudanese culture was in the midst of a golden age, specifically

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Qatar welcomes agreement between South Sudan parties

The State of Qatar welcomed the signing of the final agreement to end the civil war and share power in the Republic of South Sudan, which was signed in Khartoum, praising the active and pivotal role made by Khartoum in bringing the views closer together and bridging the gap between the parties until they reached

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Hopes high South Sudan peace deal will revive economy

A peace deal in South Sudan revived hope not just that the guns will stop firing but economic stability can return. Since war broke out in 2013, thousands of people have been killed, a third of the population has fled and the economy, which depends on oil, has been ruined. On Sunday President Salva Kiir

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