Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on April 11, 2016

Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on April 11, 2016

04-11-2016, 06:46 PM

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Title: Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on April 11, 2016
Author: Sudan News Agency
Date: 04-11-2016, 06:46 PM

06:46 PM April, 11 2016

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Khartoum, April 11(Suna)- Following are main headlines of local newspapers on April 11, 2016

Darfur referendum kicks off today .
Army: Operations continue to destroy SPLM/North.

Minister of High Education denies conversion of Khartoum university buildings to archaeological site.

Dinka Ngok discuss disengagement from Juba.

Kassala state opens crossings with Eritrea and resumes border trade.

*Alahram Alyoum:
Ghandour to visit France soon to discuss economic and security cooperation.

*Almijhar alsyasi:
Al-Bashir addresses today (Call of Algezira state) for development and services at Friendship Hall.
Israel rejects King Salman bridge project, considers it a (declaration of war).

Future Forces of Change and (7 +7) mechanism agree on a road map leads to comprehensive dialogue.

Al-Bashir addresses opening of third session of the Parliament next Monday.
A large march in Zalingei celebrates liberation of (Sarong) town in Jabal Marrah.

*Algouat Almusalaha:
Conclusion of Judicial talks between Sudan and Indonesia in Jakarta .

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