Tripartite Committee Resume the Meetings over GERD

SMC- The tripartite meeting of water and irrigation ministers of Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has been resumed. The meeting started on Tuesday in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa. The meeting discussed the academic results of the experts related to GERD, in accordance with the Declaration of Principles

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Sudan and US Ready to Launch the Second Phase of the Dialogue

SMC- Joint Meeting between Sudan and US come out with Full understanding to launch the second phase of the dialogue between the two countries. The Sudan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dardairy Mohammed Ahmed hold a meeting with the US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan on the sidelines of the 73rd session of the United

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Roundup: Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan commence tripartite ministerial meeting over disputed dam

Source: Xinhua| 2018-09-26  ADDIS ABABA, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) — Water ministers of Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt on Tuesday commenced trilateral ministerial discussion in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa on the filling of Ethiopia’s grand dam. The Ethiopian Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) – 74,000 million cubic meters hydroelectric dam under construction on the Blue Nile River that

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World leaders voice strong support for new refugee deal at UN General Assembly

Countries hosting large numbers of refugees join UNHCR and World Bank in support of ambitious model to respond to displacement crises. By Marta Martinez  |  24 September 2018 NEW YORK – UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, hosted a gathering with political leaders from four continents, including Bangladesh, Costa Rica, Turkey and the World Bank today at the UN

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The AU’s African initiative vs. Russian/Sudanese mediation in the CAR

    17 September 2018 On 19 September 2018 the Peace and Security Council (PSC) is to discuss the situation in the Central African Republic (CAR), where the African Union (AU) launched its African initiative in early 2017. This is supported by the CAR government. A parallel effort by Russia and Sudan, however, is creating

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South Sudanese doctor wins prestigious UN prize for lifetime spent tending to refugees

By Holly Robertston In the single functional hospital in war-ravaged South Sudan’s Upper Nile region, the only X-ray machine is broken, the sole surgical theatre is lit by a single light, and electricity is provided by generators that often break down. Key points: Evan Atar Adaha is the only doctor in the only surgical hospital in

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Britain Support Khartoum’s Efforts to Bring Peace to South Sudan

SMC- Britain committed to ensuring a peaceful solution to the conflict in South Sudan in cooperation with the government of Sudan. British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said on Monday that he hoped to continue cooperation with Sudan to achieve the goal. In a letter to his Sudanese counterpart, al-Dardari Mohammad Ahmed, Hunt said that Britain

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Dinka Ngok Demanded Khartoum to Resume AJOC Meetings

SMC- Dinka Ngok demanded the governments of Sudan and South Sudan to activate the agreements signed between the two countries and resume the meetings of Abyei Joint Oversight Committee (AJOC). In statement to SMC the prominent leader of Dinka Ngok  Kowal Melik Scholl said that “The role played by Khartoum on the peace of south

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SPLM-AW Exploit Tarba Landslide to Get Western Support

SMC- The Members of the rebel movement Sudan People Liberation Movement – Abdel–Wahid Nur tried to exploit the landslide in Jebel Marra to get support from western Organization. The movement used the landslide in the area of ​​Tarba in Jebel Marra against the government and and promote the movement’s agenda in various Darfur issues to

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500,000 children face ‘immediate danger’ in Libya capital: UNICEF

– September 25, 2018 TRIPOLI (AFP) – Half a million children are in “immediate danger” in Libya’s capital Tripoli due to fighting, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said yesterday. Clashes that broke out between rival militias in late August had killed at least 115 people and wounded nearly 400 by Saturday night, according to Libya’s

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