Title: Main Headlines of Newspapers issued in Khartoum Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013
Author: SudaneseOnline News
Date: 09-02-2013, 04:55 PM
-Opposition: We failed to overthrow regime.
Salva to arrive Khartoum next Tuesday in two-day visit.
-Prof. Ghandour: Relation with South Sudan surpassed stage of mis-confidence.
-Uganda denies signing agreement with Israel to receive Sudanese refugees.
-First Vice President calls on gun-holders to engage peace process.
DRA starts implementation of 1071 projects in the region.
-First Vice President: AL-Bashir leading efforts of developing Darfur by himself.
-Taha to People of Darfur: You will not be alone in rebuilding Darfur.
Controversy at Khartoum legislature on tobacco.
-Violence acts in Bangui and flow of Sudanese refugees.
-AL-Sessi: Arusha consultations exceeded Doha peace agreement.
-Signatory JEM: We will agree with NCP on naming ministries.
-Egyptian Interior Ministry denies rumours of Muslim Brotherhood leader death.
-Kasha: Tribal conflict is more dangerous than rebel movements.
-Finance Ministry consider lifting subsidies within package of comprehensive reformations.
-Governor of Central Bank: Lifting subsidy on oil would be at any time.
-Obama takes war decision against Syria and Congress set to vote for military strike and Russia demands evidence.
-Taha to rebels: Let us try peace again.
-Formation of South Kordofan state government to be announced shortly.
-NCP: We will not recognize so-called Revolutionary Front to negotiate with.
-Khartoum Ministry of Health denies cholera cases and agreed on increase in Malaria cases.