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The Last Male Northern White Rhino, Sudan, Goes on Tinder

Ol Pejeta Conservancy has partnered with Tinder, the world’s leading social app for meeting new people, to launch a new campaign to raise awareness about ‘The Most Eligible Bachelor in the World’ named Sudan. Sudan is the only remaining male northern white rhino on the planet. The goal of this campaign is to raise the

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US Allows Sudan to Import Aviation Parts

SMC- The Sudan Civil Aviation Authority has announced that the office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Department has allowed Sudan Airways to import spare parts for aircraft. Captain Ahmed Satti Pagouri disclosed that Sudan Air on Thursday had received notification from OFAC that they would be allowed to import the aircraft parts.

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Is Sudan secretly talking to Israel?

April 22, 2017   Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir Khalil Charles @khalilcharles The Israeli press have made no secret recently of the possibility that diplomatic channels could be established between Tel Aviv and Khartoum. Last September, the Israeli newspaper Haaretzboldly announced that the Israeli government had contacted the United States to encourage it to take steps

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Hundreds of British soldiers to tackle Sudan refugee crisis: Troops deployed as charity warns that without intervention there would be a ‘catastrophic’ number of deaths

Some 300 soldiers will be sent to two major bases in the war-ravaged nation They will be part of a UN peacekeeping mission in a country gripped famine Millions of pounds of UK aid money will also be poured into South Sudan Hundreds of British troops will deploy to South Sudan in the coming weeks

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Fierce fighting puts Syria IS-held dam out of service: Reports

  The rising waters behind Tabqa dam risk flooding across Raqqa with ‘catastrophic humanitarian implications’ AFP Sunday 26 March 2017 Fighting at a dam held by the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Syria put it out of service Sunday, risking dangerous rising water levels, a technical source told AFP. A Kurdish-Arab alliance known as

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Bringing orphaned ISIL baby girl home to Sudan

A young university student from Sudan, Aya disappeared and was later killed in fighting in Sirte, leaving a baby daughter behind in the care of her parents World Bulletin / News Desk When Sudanese security agents came to call on businessman Alithi Yousef at his home in Khartoum, he knew immediately that his worst fears

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Uganda Intelligence Director On the Process of Release SPLM-N Prisoners

SMC- Director General of the Ugandan intelligence agency Ambassador Joseph Ocwet revealed information on the details of the process of release of the 131 prisoners that were in Sudan People’s Liberation Movement – North (SPLM-N) detention camps, he stressed that the process is not part of the negotiation between the government and SPLM-N, but it

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Sudan Expresses Regret and Dismay at U.S. Travel Ban

SMC- The Sudanese government has expressed its dissatisfaction at the latest travel ban issued by President of the United States Donald Trump, calling for a reversal of what it described as a ‘harsh decision.’ “Sudanese citizens have never been linked to any crime or terrorist act committed in the United States,” a statement issued by

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Sudan rebels release over 130 army captives

Prisoners were transported to Uganda through South Sudan Mohamed Sabry Emam Muhammed By Mohammed Amin KHARTOUM A rebel Sudanese group said Saturday it has released more than 130 army prisoners. In a statement, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/North (SPLM-N) said the freed prisoners have been handed over to the International Committee of the Red Cross

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South Sudan military arrests soldiers over gang-rape accusation

  | Fri Mar 3, 2017 By Denis Dumo | JUBA South Sudan has arrested four soldiers after residents accused the army of beating and raping civilians in a small village near the capital last month, a military spokesman said on Friday, in a case that became a symbol of spiraling military abuses. The military

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