Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on Oct 26 2015

Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on Oct 26 2015


10-26-2015, 04:19 PM


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Title: Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on Oct 26 2015
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Date: 10-26-2015, 04:19 PM

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Khartoum, Oct 26(Suna)- Following are main headlines of local newspapers on Oct 26

*Alayam:
Government refuses to participate in preparatory dialogue abroad.
The Ministry of Labour: new projects to reform civil service.


*Akhbar Alyoum:
Alsadig Mahdi to address Umma Party symposium next Saturday.


*Almijhar Alsysai:
President Al-Bashir to chair meeting of National Strategic Planning Council today.


*Alyoum Altali:
AUHIP invites government and opposition movements to the preparatory conference.
((National Dialogue)) calls to curb corruption.
Government: (FATF)'s decision eases money transfers to and from Sudan.
Eritrea denies rumors on death of President Afewerki.


*Altayar:
Minister of Foreign Affairs: Border demarcation with Ethiopia at the end of 2016.
Juba denies rumors on Salva Kiir's health deterioration.


*Alwan:
Ministry of Health expected to prevent the use of table salt in Sudan.
Juba: Kiir in hospital in Johannesburg.
Government: parties should be registered to participate in the dialogue.


*Alsayha:
Leader in NCP: National dialogue negotiates power sharing.
((448)) thousand South Sudan refugees in Sudan.


*Altageer:
Abu Garda demands transparency in reforming health system.


*Alsyasi:
National dialogue discusses corruption issues.
High scientific prize to a female Sudanese doctor in Canada.
Opening of two universities in Algezira state.


*Alintibaha:
The introduction of the winter time in Sudan.
Revolutionary Front kidnaps children from Abyei.


*Alahram Alyoum:
Ngok Dinka complains to international organizations about Revolutionary Front.


*Alsudani:
Tribal conflicts claims the lives of 754 people in a year in Sudan
Governance committee in national dialogue discus constitution and fight against corruption.


*Alray Alaam:
Assistant of the President: political parties will not participate in preparatory meeting in Addis Ababa.
Sudan and Italy agree on development of bilateral relations.





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  • Sudanese court renews detention of opposition leader
  • Sudanese El Midan gagged for 10th time
  • 10th anniversary of The Massacre marked in Port Sudan
  • USAID, BRAC Launch Project to Reach Out-of-School Children in South Sudan
  • Africa Union Peace and Security Council stands in the way of Justice in South Sudan
  • Former Sudan Lost Boy Becomes Chess Master in NYC
  • Police shoots two bus passengers in eastern Sudan
  • Re: Sudanese-Chinese talks convened today in Khartoum
  • West Darfur girls’ team wins national basketball cup
  • Ministry has spent donor money: angry MPs in eastern Sudan
  • Integration of more than (5,000) soldiers in eastern Sudan
  • Darfur JEM refuses to participate in South Kordofan military operations
  • Sudan’s Assistant of President attributes the Two Areas crisis to the negatives accompanied the las
  • Appearance of unknown fever accompanied by bleeding in a number of Sudan’s states: Health Ministry
  • and#8203; The SPLM-N Statement at the Opening Session of the Addis Ababa Negotiation on November 12, 2014
  • Beja Congress Condemns Rape of Women in Darfur
  • Eastern Sudan leader warns for Darfur scenario in the region
  • Sudan Eastern Front to dismiss leaders: spokesman
  • Developments in South Sudan Conflict: Small Arms and Light Weapons in South Sudan and Sudan: Is tha
  • Water crisis in Sudan’s Red Sea state, new hemorrhagic fever cases
  • Sudan acknowledges significant increase in human trafficking
  • Presentation by the Independent Expert on the Situation of Human Rights in Sudan
  • US discusses resettlement of Eritrean and Ethiopian refugees in eastern Sudan
  • Eastern Sudan ex-combatants ‘lose confidence’ in leaders
  • Torrents, floods destroy homes, isolate villages in Darfur, eastern Sudan
  • Humanitarian disaster in Red Sea State: eastern Sudan MP
  • Canada contributes 5 million dollars to support fighting hunger in Sudan
  • Deputy in Parliament: landmines kill 80 persons in eastern Sudan
  • Leaders in Beja congress request ouster of Presidential assistant
  • Democratic Unionist group to cooperate with Sudan Revolutionary Front
  • ‘No room for Sudan Revolutionary Front in peace talks’: Ghandour
  • Million signatures campaign to remove governor, protests in eastern Sudan
  • Sudan’s 2015 elections: an ominous deja vu؟
  • Sudan man’s search for better life dies in desert
  • Protesting student in Port Sudan imprisoned
  • 9 Sudanese migrants die, 300 rescued in Libya desert
  • Comprehensive solution requires rebuilding of Sudan: United People's Front
  • Rebel SRF road map towards National Dialogue Sudan
  • 'UN missions fail to grasp Darfur, Sudan conflict': human rights activist
  • Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader visits Khartoum
  • Eastern Sudan Alliance warns against influx of refugees
  • Khartoum suspends U.N. refugee aid program in east Sudan
  • Sudan Human Rights and Humanitarian Bulletin for February 2014
  • Unknown planes launch strikes on convoy of arms smugglers in eastern Sudan
  • Sudan’s Humanitarian Aid Commission suspends the International Committee of the Red Cross’ operatio
  • Thousands of South Sudanese head home from Sudan
  • More than half a million people affected by flooding in Sudan

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  • مافشل فيه المؤتمر الوطني ... أنجزه المنشقون عن الأصل بقلم صلاح الباشا
  • فاطمة أحمد ابراهيم تسلم عليكم كوووولكم !! بقلم خضرعطا المنان
  • صُناع أزمات لا رجال بطولات بقلم كمال الهِدي
  • الحركة الشعبية شمال ... والنهاية الابدية بقلم بقلم الاستاذ. سليم عبد الرحمن دكين لندن بريطانيا
  • لماذا رحب الأردن بتصريحات نتانياهو؟ بقلم د. فايز أبو شمالة
  • أبكي كبكي.. شلالو يبكي بقلم نور الدين محمد عثمان نور الدين
  • أحلى مؤامرة !! بقلم صلاح الدين عووضة
  • توحيد الجبهة الثورية لماذا..!! بقلم عبد الباقى الظافر
  • منصور خالد .. مرة أخرى بقلم الطيب مصطفى
  • ( أعمل رايح ) بقلم الطاهر ساتي
  • الرأي والرؤية وأزمة الإنتماء الوطنى!! بقلم حيدر احمد خيرالله
  • المسؤلون في الدولة: هل يدفعون الضرائب في بلادنا ؟؟!! بقلم احمد حسن كرار
  • السرطان- منتج خبيث آخر من منتجات نظام الانقاذ! بقلم عثمان محمد حسن
  • العهر بالكلمات بقلم عبدالله علقم
  • القيادة (المٌكلفة) للحركة الشعبية تَفّصِل دكتور أبكر آدم إسمّاعيل..وآخري بقلم عبدالوهاب الأنصاري
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