Sudan : Cairo and Khartoum vow to strengthen their power interconnection

2018-12-26 NEWSROOM (ADV) – The first stage of the electricity interconnection project between Sudan and Egypt will be completed by the end of January 2019. “Operation tests are expected to start by the end of January 2019,” said Ayman Hamza, the spokesman of Egypt’s Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy, noting that the cost of

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Yemeni Vice President: We Hope for Lasting Security and Stability in Sudan

SMC- Yemen’s Vice President Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar expressed his aspiration to strengthen the relations with Sudan. Al-Ahmar praised during his meeting with Sudanese Ambassador to Yemen Muhammad al-Dabi in the occasion of the end of the term, the level of relations between the two countries which covered various fields and reflected the brotherly attitude of

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New Details about the “Subversive Cells” Arrested Two Days Ago

SMC- Sudanese Media Center (SMC) obtained new details of the two subversive cells that have been arrested two days ago. One of the cells belong to the rebel Sudan Liberation Movement-Abdel Wahid al-Nur (SLM–AW), including 25 people and have been arrested in Sinaar state in the city of al-dabaqa, while the other  belong to the Sudanese

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Russia says Gaddafi’s son should play role in Libyan politics – RIA

DECEMBER 25, 2018 MOSCOW (Reuters) – Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the most prominent son of the former Libyan leader, should play a role in his country’s political life, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov was cited as saying on Monday by the RIA news agency. RIA said that one of Saif’s representatives had delivered a letter

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Sudan police disperse protesters with tear gas on sixth day of unrest

DECEMBER 25, 2018 KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudanese police used tear gas to disperse soccer fans who tried to stage a protest as soon as they exited a match in the capital Khartoum on Monday, the sixth day of anti-government protests in which at least 12 people have been killed. SudanÕs President Omar Hassan al-Bashir speaks

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Sudanese president blames West for economic troubles

December 26, 2018  The West’s embargo has caused economic troubles in Sudan, the country’s president said on Tuesday. Sudanese state TV reported that Omar al-Bashir, who addressed residents of a village in the Gezira state near Khartoum, said that there are saboteurs and agents, who aimed to impede the development and progress of Sudan. Al-Bashir stated that traitors, agents and mercenaries ruin Sudanese

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