Sudan rejects Troika statement on protests in Sudan

    SMC- The Sudanese government has expressed rejection to Troika’s statement over the recent protests in Sudan. The embassies of Troika countries (Britain, Norway and the United States) and  Canada, has issued on Tuesday a statement on the recent  event in some areas in Sudan.   The statement contradicts the objective facts on the

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Qatar: Sudan celebrates 63rd anniversary of Independence

  10 Jan 2019 Minister of Education and Higher Education H E Dr Mohammed Abdul Wahed Ali Al Hammadi (second left) and Minister of Municipality and Environment H E Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Subaie (third right) along with the Ambassador of Sudan to the State of Qatar, Fatah Al Rahman Ali Mohammed Omar; the

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Slovak archaeologists will work in Sudan, China and Kuwait in 2019

An extinct town in Sudan will be included in their research. Slovak archaeologists will work abroad in 2019. They plan to do research in Sudan, China and Kuwait. In January, they will head to Sudan to research an area near the borders of Egypt east of the Nile. Here lies an extinct town, a large

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Al Bashir Call on Gunslingers to Return the Homeland

SMC- President of the Republic, Omer Al Bashir reiterated its call on the gunslingers to come back home and work together to build the country. In addressing the closing ceremony of the 55th Firing Festival on Tuesday at Atbara Military Base, Al- Bashir  pledge to continue efforts to support the Sudanese Army Forces (SAF) through

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Anti-State Organizations Seeking to Prolonged UNMIAD Presence in Sudan: Darfurian Forces

SMC- Darfurian forces has criticized the quarterly report of the UN Secretary-General (SG) on the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID), saying it relied on the reports of anti-State organizations serving their own agenda. Speaking to SMC, one of Sudan Liberation Movement-Second Revolution leaders, Mohamed Idris said that that the report is not

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PISQ celebrates Independence Day of Sudan

  09 Jan 2019 The Peninsula Pakistan International School Qatar (PISQ) students celebrated the Independence Day of Sudan on January 1 to show their solidarity with Sudanese students. A special Morning Assembly was arranged in Senior Girls Wing which was attended by Vice Principal, Afshan Shahid, faculty and an assembly of students. The festive event was

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Sudan’s FM to meet Touadéra over peace in CAR

SMC- Sudan’s foreign minister El-Dirdeiry Mohamed Ahmed has traveled to Bangui to participate in the two-day high-level ministerial meeting on the peace process in the Central African Republic (CAR). El-Dirdeiry has been received on Tuesday by CAR’s President Faustin-Archange Touadera. The meeting attended by the Foreign Ministers of Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC), the

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South Sudan resumes oil production in northern region

 2019-01-08  JUBA, Jan. 8 (Xinhua) — South Sudan has resumed oil production in the northern Unity region after disruption by a five-year old conflict which damaged oil wells. Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth, minister of petroleum, revealed on Tuesday that he authorized the first phase resumption of oil production on Dec. 31 in five wells from the

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Pro-Bashir rally as Sudan says 800 protesters arrested

More than 800 protesters have been arrested in anti-government demonstrations held across Sudan since last month, a minister said on Monday, as hundreds gathered at a rally backing President Omar al-Bashir. Deadly protests have rocked Sudan since December 19, when unrest first broke out over a government decision to raise the price of bread. Authorities

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Security Authorities Managed to Release (4) Girls from Human Traffickers

SMC- The security authorities in Kassala state has managed to release (4) foreign girls from the human traffickers and arrested them. According to SMC , the gang has detained the victims in a house near the city of Khashm al-Qirba, and demand a ransom of $18 thousand. The first defendant agreed with a human traffickers

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