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Sudan Britain Sign Military MoU

SMC- Sudan and Britain on Tuesday signed a military Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to exchange experiences and provide the administrative and logistic services to facilitate the East African Standby Force (EASF) Military Field Training Exercise Exercise. The MoU was signed on the Sudanese side by the Sudanese army Chief of Staff, Major General Emad Eddin

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IGAD to Tackle Human Trafficking and Illegal Migration

SMC- The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) is holding a National Consultation Workshop towards the development of the Protocol on Human Trafficking and Illegal Migration in the IGAD Region, as part of efforts to legalize movement between these countries and reduce illegal migration. According to press release issued by the organization on Saturday, The consultative meeting to

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India’s ONGC Videsh Expects Sudan to Clear $400 Million Dues as U.S. Lifts Sanctions: Executive

Reuters| Oct 09, 2017  Oil production from ONGC Videsh’s three blocks in Sudan has declined to about 25,000 barrels per day from 48,000 bpd since last November. India’s ONGC Videsh expects Sudan to clear about $400 million owed to the state-run energy company after the lifting of the U.S. sanctions, its managing director N.K. Verma said

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Sudan Closes its Borders With Libya ‘to prevent arms trafficking’

September 6, 2017 Sudan today announced that it closed its land borders with Libya, Chad and South Sudan to prevent arms smuggling. Vice President Hassabu Mohamed Abdalrahman said: “We have closed our land borders with Libya, Chad and South Sudan to prevent smuggling arms and four-wheel drive vehicles.” He gave no further details of the

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Cooler Temperatures in Sudan Spark Spending Frenzy

(Agencies) Trade in the Sudanese capital Khartoum has increased significantly, as falling temperatures in the last week created a frenzy in the market. Shops, parks and entertainment venues were bursting with people due to the steep decline in temperature in Khartoum and across Sudan invigorating the capital’s market and trade activities. Adel Abdul Aziz, Director

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Sudan Prime Minister Directs the Immediate Implementation of ND Recommendations

SMC- Khartoum -Prime Minister 1st Lt. General Bakri Hassan Saleh directed for the immediate implementation of the recommendations of the national dialogue, stressing the commitment of the state to implement the outcomes of the national dialogue. The Prime Minister chaired the meeting of the Higher Committee to follow up the implementation of national reconciliation obligations

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News Analysis: Sudan-China ties progress towards new horizons

SMC- The relationship between Sudan and China is making continuous progress towards new horizons after the two countries agreed to promote their ties to a strategic level, Sudanese analysts have said. “The two countries are heading towards consolidating their standing ties on mutual benefits and sharing of balanced development,” Mohamed Hassan Saeed, a Sudanese political

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Interview: UK Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan Chris Trott

UK Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan Chris Trott and a wide range of Sudanese officials this week discussed illegal migration, bilateral relations, the strategic dialogue between the two countries and peace efforts. Strategic consultations meetings between the two countries had started in March 2016 in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum and considered the first

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Carter Center Joins Qatar Fund for Development and Sudan Government to Announce Maternal and Child Health Initiative

ATLANTA…In a signing ceremony in Khartoum, Sudan, The Carter Center joined officials from the Qatar Fund for Development, the Sudanese Federal Ministry of Health, and other dignitaries, including the ambassador of the state of Qatar to the Republic of Sudan, to mark the beginning of the first phase of a five-year partnership to improve maternal

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“Recovery lending” helps disaster-stricken African farmers get back on track

NAROK, 14 August 2017 Accessing credit has long been a major hurdle for small-scale farmers in Africa, who produce some 70 percent of the continent’s food. Not only does this mean yields fall far below their full potential, but the ability of farmers to manage the increasingly frequent and severe weather shocks brought about by

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