Monthly Archives: June 2019

NISS retrieve 17 vehicles guarding Gosh’s house

The National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) retrieved 17 vehicles guarding the house of the former director of the NISS, Salah Abdullah “Gosh”. Sources said, according to (Alyoum Altali) newspaper, that the cars that were transferred to the NISS hq  from Gosh’s house; including four-wheel vehicles, and one armored, the sources also pointed out that his has left to an ...

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Authorities grants new mine sites to companies in South Kordofan

The South Kordofan State has announced the granting of new mine sites to a number of mining companies in Rashad District and Talodi District, indicating that the exploration and geological studies, surveys and reports of the companies confirmed the presence of large quantities of precious metals in these sites.

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al-Mahdi rejects call for mass demos on June 30

The head of National Umma Party (NUP) Sadiq al-Mahdi rejected on Wednesday a call for nationwide mass demonstrations against the country’s ruling generals on June 30. The June 30 rallies called by the alliance coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Islamist-backed coup that had brought now ousted leader Omar al-Bashir to power after toppling the then elected government of ...

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New Democratic Umma Party launches work

The newly born United Democratic Umma Party (UDUP) launched on Wednesday at regular press forum of Sudan News Agency(SUNA) as a new   Sudanese party entering   the political scene.  UDUP Chairman, Osama Omer Osman said that the social responsibility required from them to contribute to resolution of the current political crisis. Osman held the military council responsibility   and political liquidity in being taking place in the country, rejecting the foreign ...

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Al-Bashir’s regime leaders protest prison conditions

Members of the regime of ousted president Omar Bashir who have been jailed in the Koper Prison in Khartoum since their removal from power in April, are protesting against their prison conditions. Leaders of the former regime including Ali Osman, Mohammed Taha, and Ahmad Haroun, have called on the prison administration to allow them to have TVs in their rooms ...

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Gum Arabic exports reach 75 thousand tons

The Secretary General of the Arab Gum Council, Dr. Abdul Majid Abdul Gadir, revealed that the production of the gum Arabic belt reached 110 thousand tons, of which about 80 thousand tons are exported through the legitimate means of exportation, while about 30 thousand tons leaked through smuggling to the borders of Sudan. In a statement to SUNA he affirmed ...

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Gosh returns to Sudan

Former director of the National intelligence and Security Service (NISS) , General Salah Abdullah Gosh, put an end to the speculation about his fate and where he was, and returned to the country during the past two days.

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