Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on Nov 3

Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on Nov 3


11-03-2015, 04:04 PM


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Title: Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on Nov 3
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Date: 11-03-2015, 04:04 PM

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Khartoum, Nov3 (Suna) - Following are main headlines of local newspapers on Nov 3


*Alwan:
Sudan annually loses $ 4 billion of Sudanese expatriates remittances


*Akhbar Alyoum:
Sudanese UNISFA staff go on strike demanding to be paid in US dollars.


*Alayam:
West Darfur state: death of 91 people by hemorrhagic fever.
A conference to reduce the phenomenon of human trafficking in Sudan .
More than 45 thousand homeless and orphaned children due to war and violence in South Darfur.


*Alwifag:
(7+7) mechanism choose representatives to meet with the rebels in Addis.


*Alsudani:
Al-Bashir to Saudi Arabia today to sign strategy agreements between the two countries.
Saudi Cabinet approves financing of dams and agricultural investment projects in Sudan.

*Al-Ahram Alyoum:
Malik Agar arrives in Kampala and meet with leaders of Darfur movements splinter factions.
Sudanese Foreign Minister arrives in Dar es Salaam, delivers a message from al-Bashir to Tanzanian President.


*Almijhar Alsyasi:
A mass march in front of the US embassy in the 18th anniversary of the sanctions against Sudan.


*Alsayha:
Minister of Justice refuses to dismiss a lawsuit against Abdul Rahman Ali Nafie.


*Altageer:
Ghandour: Sudan deprived of his global financial rights.


*Alsyasi:
Dangerous environmental pollution in river Nile 's water .


Algouat Almusalaha:
National dialogue: parties agree on a new permanent constitution in Sudan .
UN Permanent Representative of Sudan: Darfur is moving from conflict management to the state of ending the conflict.
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  • Prices of consumer goods double in Sudan’s capital
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  • Sudan and Qatar discuss the joint cooperation between the two countries
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  • Russian Foreign Minister invites his Sudanese counterpart to visit Moscow in September
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  • Darfur Authority renews its calls for UNAMID to withdraw from the troubled region
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  • Statement attributable to the Spokesman of the Secretary-General on Darfur
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  • EU expresses its strong dissatisfaction with the deadly war in South Sudan
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  • Completing of projects financed by Kuwaiti grant in Sudan’s eastern states
  • South Sudanese opposition leader says his home surrounded by security personnel
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  • Sudan’s president fails to get clearance to fly in airspace to travel to Indonesia
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  • The national dialogue will resume in the coming days: Sudanese Minister
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  • Sudan briefs EU and U.S on the general elections and the national dialogue
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  • The AUEOM Preliminary Report on the Sudan General Elections
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  • Port Sudan police releases election candidates
  • UNICEF strongly denounces death of 10 children in South Kordofan
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  • AU announces stability of Sudan's elections
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  • African Union sends 50-member delegation to observe Sudan’s elections
  • Rebels ambush Sudan forces in Blue Nile
  • Sudan’s Foreign Minister visits Turkey to discuss many issues
  • No conducive environment for credible election: EU, Sudan Troika
  • Release of (4) abducted children in Sudan’s Abyei: UNICEF reveals
  • Anti-election rallies blocked, students detained in Khartoum
  • ICC President meets United Nations Secretary-General in New York
  • Sudan pushes back elections n South Kordofan state
  • SOUTH SUDAN and ETHIOPIA REFUGEES CAMPS:Declaration document for elections boycott
  • Evacuation of (585) Sudanese from Yemen to Saudi Arabia via buses
  • Anti-election campaign scares population of South Kordofan
  • Food and Agriculture Organization and World Health Organization celebrate
  • Sudan will witness economic cooperation with Arab Gulf countries: Finance Minister
  • 200 Sudanese interested in the voluntary return from Yemen
  • Six students, one poet detained in El Obeid and Khartoum
  • There is any direction to postpone the elections whatsoever: Sudan’s ruling party
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  • Sudan and UNICEF sign Joint Country Programme of Cooperation Agreement
  • Sudanese nationals assaulted in Yemen
  • Sudan’s Army dismisses reports that Yemen’s Houthi shot down Sudanese jet fighter
  • Sudan govt. not serious about National Dialogue: rebel leader
  • The rebel SPLM-N committed sabotage actions in South Kordofan: Sudanese army says
  • Sudan rebels claim attack on Habila garrison in South Kordofan
  • Egypt waits Sudan’s invitation to the National Committee on the Ethiopian dam
  • Sudan puts 4 jet fighters and 6,000 military troops at the disposal of Saudi Arabia
  • Sudan’s President praises efforts seeking to activate the joint Arab action
  • After claiming to down Saudi coalition plane, Houthis say they're holding Sudanese pilot
  • Rebels led by Machar announces that the killed 38 government soldiers in Jonglei and Unity states.
  • U.S Company fined USD 232.7 mln for transactions with Sudan and Iran
  • Sudan joins Saudi offensive against Yemeni rebels
  • Schlumberger fined $232.7mn for breaking Iran, Sudan sanctions
  • Yemen: ICRC concerned at civilian casualties amid escalating violence
  • Sudanese govt. responsible for tribal violence: Darfur Bar
  • U.S. calls on South Sudanese parties to resume peace talks
  • Sudanese opposition forum denied permit in Khartoum
  • Sudan’s president travels to Egypt to participate in the Arab League summit
  • Bakeries close, water outage in Sudan’s capital
  • Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan sign agreement on Renaissance Dam
  • Joint Statement on the National Dialogue in Sudan by U.S. State Department
  • Security agents thwart anti-election forum in Port Sudan
  • South Sudan Rebel Group Releases Child Soldiers
  • Nine medical students were born in UK and studied medicine in Sudan
  • Missing British-Sudanese medics had humanitarian motives
  • Foreign intelligence finance terrorist groups: Sudan’s Vice President
  • France denies Darfur rebel leader Nour the permanent residence in its territory: Sudan’s Foreign Mi
  • International agents behind Arab, African extremism
  • Sudan plans to disband camps in secure West Darfur
  • Sudan’s ruling party denies use of the State resources in its electoral programmes
  • Contaminated medical waste alert in Sudan’s capital
  • Land travels between Sudan and Ethiopia starts in April
  • Large quantity of drugs destroyed in eastern Sudan
  • Nine British medics enter Isis stronghold to work in hospitals
  • WFP Executive Director visits South Sudan
  • Bloody tribal clashes in Sudan’s Darfur left many dead and injured
  • Two young women gang-raped in East Jebel Marra
  • Staying at 5-star hotels will not solve Sudanese issues: Democratic Unionist Party
  • South Sudan Factions Recruit Thousands of Child Soldiers
  • South Sudan warlord offers abducted boys sit exams - UN envoy
  • Population Under Pressure in South Sudan Opposition Territory
  • China supplies South Sudan with weapons to protect its oil fields
  • South Sudan rebels say civil war will go on
  • Ntaganda case: Trial Chamber VI recommends holding the opening of trial in DRC; decision to be made
  • Sudan: ICRC appeals for funds to scale up humanitarian action
  • Al Bashir pardons five JEM-Sudan convicts
  • 500, 000 dollars from FAO to support agriculture in Sudan
  • Sudan hit by severe shortage of flour
  • Sudan’s army says that it killed 60 rebels in fighting in Southern Kordofan
  • Five dead, three injured in Darfur shootings
  • China describes its relationship with Sudan as a model must be followed
  • Sudanese popular and official delegations conduct dialogue with U.S. lobbies on sanctions
  • Trial of 19 Darfur rebels starts in Sudan’s capital
  • Indonesia invites Sudan’s president to attend Bandung Summit
  • One dead, two injured in new fire at Bindisi camp, Central Darfur
  • We show the world that the elections will be free and fair: Sudanese National Elections
  • Sudan opposition, govt. still at odds on election
  • Al-Bashir discusses with Mufti of Croatia position of Muslim minorities
  • Call for Sudan to stop recruiting minors in South Kordofan
  • Sudan’s Vice President calls for completing of the tribal reconciliations in Darfur
  • SPLM-N leadership: Sudan Deserves a New Peace
  • Specialist shortage sees cancer rise in Sudan
  • South Sudan’s government says it does not want ‘Troika’ countries to be included in the peace talks
  • Foreign aid goods for sale at Sudanese markets: displaced
  • ICC knows it doesn't scare Sudan at all: Information Minister says
  • $ 68 million from the Kuwaiti Fund for Sudanese water project
  • Sustainable fisheries project launched for Sudan’s Red Sea State
  • Sudanese army says it repels SPLM-N attack on Southern Kordofan
  • Kenyatta case: Trial Chamber V(B) terminates the proceedings
  • Sudan’s president invites his Egyptian counterpart to sign a document on the Ethiopian dam
  • Sudan’s ruling party welcomes Berlin Declaration
  • ICC moves intended to disrupt the elections: Sudan’s parliament
  • Norway and UNIDO launch a € 4,8 million project for the sustainable management of marine fisheries
  • S. Sudan Braces for Sanctions as Economy Limps
  • ICC Trial Chamber I joins the cases concerning Laurent Gbagbo and Charles Blé Goudé
  • Six new judges sworn in today at the seat of the International Criminal Court
  • Sudan’s ruling party thanks German for sponsoring the Berlin Conference
  • China calls on the warring parties in South Sudan to reach a settlement
  • World Bank is to address Sudan’s problems in the areas of development
  • UNICEF expresses its concern about the children situations in Sudan
  • Al-Bashir vows to complete the development in eastern Sudan
  • International court: Sudan has failed to cooperate in al-Bashir case
  • Students protest in Dongola, northern Sudan
  • Pre-Trial Chamber II informs the United Nations Security Council about Sudan’s non-cooperation in t
  • The Secretary-General Remarks at the opening session of the Commission on the Status of Women
  • On International Women’s Day, ICC reaffirms commitment to end sexual and gender-based crimes
  • US condemns lack of "political leadership" to resolve South Sudan's war
  • Sudan’s President participates in the Egypt Economic Development Conference
  • Sudan participates in the Arab Ministerial Council in Cairo
  • Ongwen case: Confirmation of charges hearing postponed to 21 January 2016
  • Six newly elected ICC judges to be sworn in on 10 March 2015
  • South Sudan:76 organizations call for publication of AU Inquiry Report as deadline for peace passe
  • Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia reach an agreement on sharing of Nile waters and Ethiopian Dam
  • A presidential pardon to release Sudan’s opposition figures within days
  • Sudan’s president urges the parties to overcome differences about the Ethiopian dam
  • Lubanga case: ICC Appeals Chamber amends the Trial Chamber’s order for reparations to victims
  • Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on the South Sudan Peace Proce
  • UNAMID announces that it will cut 770 civilian jobs
  • China sees no "logic" behind US-drafted resolution on South Sudan
  • Sudanese tribesmen request reconciliation mechanism
  • Sudan’s president stresses the opposition’s inability to block the elections
  • Fatou Bensouda, following the Appeals Chamber decision upholding the acquittal in the Ngudjolo Chui
  • Ngudjolo Chui case: ICC Appeals Chamber confirms the acquittal decision
  • Sudanese leader says being hounded by ICC, West
  • Fatou Bensouda, at a press conference in Uganda: justice will ultimately be dispensed for LRA crime
  • Sudan admits children lack iodine
  • U.N extends peacekeeping force in disputed area of Abyei
  • Airlines threaten to suspend Khartoum, Port Sudan flights
  • 16,000 Ugandan deploy on the Sudan-South Sudan borders
  • Tortured Hausa prisoners released in eastern Sudan
  • Freedoms severely curtailed in Sudan in 2014: Amnesty
  • I’m ready to “leave” if the people decided that through elections: Sudan’s president
  • Liberation of Kuhliyat garrison 5 km west Kadugli city
  • Bashir: Iranian centers closed to protect Sudan
  • Statement of the ICC Prosecutor at a press conference in the Central African Republic
  • Sudan’s Main Opposition Parties to Boycott April Election
  • US presents UN draft resolution on imposing sanctions in South Sudan
  • China announces that it will continue to support South Sudan peace process
  • Three die in militia attacks in South and North Darfur
  • Sudan and Kuwait negotiate help Zain repatriate $280 million worth of Sudanese pounds
  • Darfur displaced invite US Deputy Secretary of State to visit their camps
  • Boko Haram on agenda of IGAD Inter -Parliamentary Union in Khartoum
  • Sudan activists to take action against Tabit mass rape
  • Darfur rebels kill soldiers in central Jebel Marra
  • Darfur authority stresses that improvement of U.S-Sudanese relations will bring peace
  • Central Darfur's displaced without shelter after fire
  • Sudan’s president addresses the Speakers of Parliaments of IGAD
  • Brig. Gen. John Mabieh vowed to take Malakal town by 9th March this year
  • South Sudan Rebel Spokesman Defects
  • U.S. Treasury Allows Personal Communication Exports to Sudan
  • FAO teams up with the Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Rangelands and provides about USD 1 mill
  • South Sudan Warns Media Not to Publish Rebel Interviews
  • Sudanese journalist disappears under mysterious circumstances
  • Political delegation in Tabit scares residents
  • IGAD's Inter-Parliamentary Union convenes its meeting in Khartoum
  • Sudan’s opposition welcomes HRW’s confirmation of Darfur mass rape
  • Sudan refers the case of the two political detainees to the court
  • Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, on the Internation
  • Sudan and Arab League discuss providing assistance to Darfur
  • Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, ahead of the gener

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