Monthly Archives: December 2018

Al-Sisi congratulates Al-Bashir on the 63rd anniversary of the Independence

President of Egypt, Abdul-Fattah Al-Sisi, has dispatched the Secretary General of the Egyptian Presidency to convey to Sudan Ambassador to Cairo, Abdul-Mahmoud Abdul-Halim, at Sudan Embassy to Cairo the greetings to the President of the Republic, Omer Al-Bashir, and Egypt’s congratulations to Sudan government and people on the 63rd anniversary of the Independence.   Source: Suna 

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Releasing most of detainees of demonstrations: NISS

National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) announced the release of most of detainees during the recent demonstrations, after the necessary security procedures have been completed. While Investigations are ongoing on the remaining detainees. Director of Media Department of (NISS) stated that those who were released admitted during the investigations that the media coverage abroad was greater than the real size of the demonstrations ...

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Russia congratulates Sudan on independence day

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohammed Ahmed, received a congratulation cable from his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, on the occasion of the 63rd anniversary of the independence of Sudan. Lavrov praised the steady development in the historical friendship relations between Sudan and Russia, pointing out that they are ready to move forward in joint work to consolidate and strengthen cooperation in ...

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Security deployment in central Khartoum to prevent the professionals’ procession

The Sudanese government today (Monday) deployed dozens of troops in central Khartoum to prevent a peaceful procession called by Sudanese Professionals Association (S.P.A) to demand the regime’s departure. According to eyewitnesses, many military vehicles based near the Qandul rotary; the area where procession will gather. They added that there is cars with no plates drived by individuals wearing civilian clothes ...

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Sudanese demonstrations testing Al-Bashir: Financial Times

Demonstrations in Sudan as a result of the deteriorating economic situation are the most difficult test Al-Bashir faces in the period of his rule, the Financial Times said. Financial Times added in an article by writer “Tom Wilson,” Reporter of East African affairs, that political parties are trying to catch up with popular protests, changing its popular nature to political ...

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Al-Bashir to visit North Darfur

Governor of North Darfur State, Alshareif Mohamed Abbad, announced an upcoming visit of the President of the Republic, Marshal Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir, to the State in the coming days to inaugurate number of developmental and service projects, including water, roads, health and education. The Secretary-General of the State Government, the Spokesman, Mohammad Ibrahim Abdul Karim, said that Al-Bashir will ...

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