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Headlines of major daily news papers issued in Khartoum today Wednesday 1/12/2010
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Dec 1, 2010 - 6:51:51 AM

Headlines of major daily news papers issued in Khartoum today Wednesday 1/12/2010


ALRAI ALA'AM : the defense council decided to collect the arms of the joint forces at the bundaries ------ The African Union : the international justice specifications are doubled ----- the African European summit calls for accepting the referendum results ----- an increse in Sugar price


AKHIR LAHZA: the conference of donors and investors of the east development begins today ----- A European African dispute over the criminal court decistion ------new wells add 30 000 barrels daily to the north oil ------- Mustafa Osman : the Kuwaiti investments are the most successful in Sudan


AKHBAR ALYOUM: the ministry of interior affirms its readiness to the post referendum era and announces a securiy framework plan


ALSUDANI : Mugabi calls for presenting Bush and Blair to the Hauge court instead of Albashir ------- 80 million USD from the donors in Kuwait to the first day of the conference


ALINTIBAHA : the government will deal with Europe by a tit for tat method -------- the parliament calls the referendum commission


ALWIFAG : minister of human resources development announces a training plan for 31 000 employees in the state -------- Aljaz : 40% of the spare parts could be manufactured in the country


ALAYAM: 2.5 million voters registered in the south and 64 000 in the north ------UN asks the allocation of one billion USD for Sudan ----- the state pledges to eradicate the AIDS from the country ------ministry of foreign relations : the Sudan will not participate in the meetings of African council for peace in Tripoli------ 1000 jobs for aids patients


AJRAS ALURIYA: Mashar : we have agreed for the continuation of the partnership in oil after seperation


ALTAYAR Toti citizins request their compensation for the planning to be inside Toti ----- Sudan increases its crude oil productivity by 500,000 barrels /day E.M

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