Agricultural Bank: CBoS Provides (3.6) Billion to Purchase Wheat

SMC- The Agricultural Bank of Sudan revealed that it has received (3,889,066) sack of wheat through payment in kind and purchase from farmers. It also received (3,597) billion of Sudanese pounds from the Central Bank of Sudan (CBoS) to purchase the wheat from farmers in the production areas since the beginning of harvest. According to

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Mass iftar at Bangladesh mosque shows true Ramadan spirit

As the Asr prayer comes to an end, Andorkillah Shahi Mosque in Chattogram develops a festive mood during Ramadan and the junior imams get busy preparing iftar for more than 4,000 fasting Muslims. The mosque authorities have been distributing free iftar for the past 18 years. Hundreds of Muslims, irrespective of social status or creed,

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Political Forces Reject Strike and Civil Disobedience

SMC- Sudanese Political forces said that the calls for strike and civil disobedience will not solve the country’s problems, stressing the need to sit with the military council to reach mutually acceptable solutions. Speaking to SMC, the head of the uprising movement of the National Umma Party, Mohamed Ahmed al-Arbab said that they reject the

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Delegation of CISSA Arrived Sudan on Sunday

SMC- A delegation of the Committee of Intelligence and Security Services of Africa (CISSA), headed by the current chairman and Director of the Namibian Security Service have visited Sudan on Sunday. During which they met with the member of the Transitional Military Council (TMC) including the Chairman of the Security and Defense Committee, Jamal-Eddin Omer.

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Key development challenges facing the Arab world

By Dr Darim/al-Bassam Among the key development challenges that will face the Arab world in the coming decade is the daunting task of reconstruction, recovery and peace-building in countries emerging from the long ordeal of struggle and emerging radical political changes (uprisings, armed conflict, civil wars, foreign invasions). There will be a need to take

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North Korean missile test violated U.N. resolution, says Bolton

U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton said on Saturday North Korea’s recent missile launches violated a U.N. Security Council resolution and urged leader Kim Jong Un to return to denuclearization talks. It was the first time a senior U.S. official has described the tests as a violation of U.N. resolutions aimed at halting North Korea’s

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Police clear Extinction Rebellion protesters from Waterloo Bridge

By: Mattha Busby Police have cleared the remaining Extinction Rebellion activists from Waterloo Bridge in London, despite earlier calls on social media for people that were willing to be arrested to “go there and save it”. The roads around Parliament Square were cleared of protesters earlier on Sunday, with the northbound carriageway of Waterloo Bridge

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A laptop filled with six of the world’s most dangerous viruses is on sale for more than $1 million

Some of the world’s greatest artworks are known for their elaborate backstory or complex history, but not many are actively dangerous to those who own them. ‘The Persistence of Chaos’ might be an exception. Created by internet artist Guo O Dong, this piece of art is an ordinary laptop filled with six of the world’s

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Sudan Supports Saudi Arabia Against Iran’s Aggression

Deputy Head of Sudan’s Transitional Council General Mohamed Hamdan Daglo has vowed to back Saudi Arabia against “all threats and attacks” from Iran and Yemen’s Houthi militias. He made his comments after meeting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz in Jeddah. A statement released by the Sudanese Transitional Council said Daglo expressed Sudan’s

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Carving on Tree Trunk Embodies Solidarity of Protesters

Agencies- The Sudanese plastic artist, sculptor, Awad Issa Awad Omar, has presented the spirit dominating among the revolutionists by sculptor on a tree trunk, expressing the cohesion, tight hold of the hands and the intertwining that show the spirit of love among the revolutionaries and their solidarity as they support each other, a matter that

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