Khartoum to resume school classes on Tuesday

SMC- The Ministry of Education in Khartoum State has announced the resumption of the schools classes on Tuesday Jan 8th for grade 8 of primary and the grade 3 of secondary. The resumption of classes at basic and high schools and kindergartens starting from Jan 13rd. The decision covers both government and private schools in

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Cooperation between Sennar State and UNESCO

SMC_ Sennar State revealed the arrangements in cooperation with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to register the antiquities in the state. Speaking to SMC, the Secretary of Sennar Museum of Archeology and History, Thiqa Hassan Abdullah said that the National Authority for Antiquities is identifying a number of sites to register,

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Malaysians FM:Situation in Sudan still under control, no need to evacuate M’sians

Saturday, 5 Jan 2019 KUANTAN (Bernama): It is still not necessary to issue an order to bring back Malaysians from Sudan at this stage, says Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah. He added that the situation in the country is still under control and hoped the unrest in Khartoum, Sudan would end and return to calm

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Government: We are Ready for the Next Round of Doha Negotiations

SMC- The Sudanese government expressed its readiness for the next round of Doha negotiations with the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) Gibril Ibrahim and the Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM-MM) Minni Minnawi in the Qatari capital Doha. The Qatari mediation has set mid-January to start the negotiations. Speaking to SMC, Assistant to the President, Faisal Hassan Ibrahim

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Sudanese president appoints minister, secretary-generals

 2019-01-06 |Editor: yan KHARTOUM, Jan. 5 (Xinhua) — Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Saturday issued a decree to appoint new health minister, official SUNA news agency reported. Al-Khair Al-Nur Al-Mubarak was appointed Health Minister replacing Mohamed Abu Zaid Mustafa, SUNA said. The president also issued decisions to appoint Issam-Eddin Mohamed Abdalla as secretary-general of the

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Bolton warns Syria against use of chemical weapons

 2019-01-05 TEL AVIV — US National Security Advisor John Bolton warned the Syrian government that it should not see the impending US military withdrawal from the country as an invitation to use chemical weapons. “There is absolutely no change in the U.S. position against the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime and absolutely no

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UN envoy arrives in Yemen to push Hodeidah truce

January 05, 2019 The UN is hoping to bring the warring sides together later this month, possibly in Kuwait, to follow up on the progress made at December’s talks in Stockholm The UN Security Council is expected to hear a report from Griffiths next week, but no date has been set for that meeting SANAA: The

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South Sudan says 19 civilians killed in latest rebel attack

 2019-01-05  JUBA, Jan. 5 (Xinhua) — South Sudan on Saturday said 19 civilians were killed and eight others wounded in a village west of Gorom in southern part of the country in the latest rebel attack. Mawien Makol, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of South Sudan, said

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