Government: Sudan’s Efforts to Achieve Peace in CAR is Ongoing

SMC- The government unveiled measures and arrangements with the Central African Republic (CAR) on achieving peace and stability there, while reaffirming the support of the African Union for Sudan mediation within the African Peace and Social Reconciliation Initiative. In statement  to SMC, the government spokesperson Bishara Juma Aror said that “There is an international and

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Parliament’s Speaker: We Want Relations with US Based on Mutual Benefit

SMC- Speaker of the Parliament, Prof. Ibrahim Ahmed Omer reiterated Sudan’s desire in building good relations with US based on respect and mutual benefit for the people of both countries. In a meeting in his office on Sunday Prof. Omer discussed with the US Charge d’ Affairs Steven Koutsis, the issue of lifting Sudan from

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Sudan Participate in a Number of Military Activities in Washington

SMC- The Chiefs of Joint Staff, Lt. Gen Kamal Abdul-Maarouf and the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Defense, Jamal Omar arrived  on Sunday the  Washington DC to participate in the annual meeting of the US Army Union. The meeting is attended by a number of Chiefs of Staff in the world. Abdul-Maarouf is also participating

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WFP uses boats to deliver aid to hunger-hit South Sudan region

 Published : October 08, 2018 JUBA  – The World Food Programme (WFP) has for the first time used boats to deliver food aid via a new river route to an isolated and conflict-torn region in northwestern South Sudan since the country became independent in 2011. WFP said with reduction in cases of insecurity in the

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Prisoners seize control of part of South Sudan detention centre

October 8, 2018 Prisoners disarmed guards and seized control of part of a detention centre in South Sudan’s capital Juba early on Sunday, the state security service said, and a detainee said the inmates taking the action were political prisoners seeking freedom, Reuters reports. A National Security Service (NSS) statement said the stand-off started when one prisoner,

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