JEM and South Libya Tribes… Time for Confrontation

SMC- The internal problems of the justice and equality movement (JEM) will not end easily, initially the presence of movement in Libya and its participation in fighting beside al-gadafi troupes during Libya revolution in coordination between former president al-gadafi and JEM former leader Khalil Ibrahim in order to prevent rebels troops from entering Libya cities

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Turkish defense minister arrives in Somali capital

Somali prime minister receives Turkish delegation led by Defense Minister Hulusi Akar 07.11.2018      By Mohammed Dhaysane MOGADISHU, Somalia A Turkish delegation led by Defense Minister Hulusi Akar arrived in Somalia capital Mogadishu on Wednesday. Hulusi Akar, and his delegation was received by Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire and other senior government officials at Adan Adde International

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UN fears Ebola spread to South Sudan from DR Congo

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 2018      A health worker wearing protective gear at a facility treating Ebola cases in West Africa. UNHCR fears the epidemic could spread to South Sudan from DR Congo. FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary Juba health authorities recently declared restrictions on border movement DRC has since the beginning of the

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Struggling Sudan Aims To Revive Oil Industry

By Tsvetana Paraskova – Nov 07, 2018 Sudan, a relatively small African oil producer plagued by economic hardships since South Sudan seceded in 2011, wants to attract oil investments and will launch an exploration bid round next year, Sudan’s Petroleum Minister Azhari Abdalla said on Wednesday. “Sudan has been suffering for quite some time, we feel confident

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US to begin talks to remove Sudan from terrorism list

Khartoum keen to reintegrate with international community and revive faltering economy US to begin talks to remove Sudan from terrorism list Khartoum keen to reintegrate with international community and revive faltering economy The US and Sudan have agreed to begin official negotiations to remove the former pariah state from a list of state sponsors of

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Sudan Invites African leaders to Attend CAR’s Peace Negotiations

SMC- The government of Sudan has invited a number of African leaders and IGAD countries to attend the opening session of the negotiations  between the government and the opposition in the Central African Republic (CAR). The negotiations scheduled to be held in mid-November in Khartoum. Speaking to SMC, the Minister of Information and the government

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Supreme Court divided over USS Cole bombing lawsuit against Sudan

U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared divided on Wednesday as they weighed an effort by Sudan, backed by the U.S. government, to avoid paying US$314.7 million (£239.5 million) in damages to American sailors injured in a 2000 deadly bombing of the Navy destroyer USS Cole by the al Qaeda militant group. 08 Nov 2018  WASHINGTON: U.S.

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