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FAO is ready to support Sudan in livestock field

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Resident Representative Papa Ghana Ahmedou has said that FAO is ready to support Sudan in a livestock field, especially genetic vaccination and the fight against transboundary diseases.

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West Darfuris torch offices of Intelligence Service

Last Thursday, angry protesters attacked the offices of the West Darfur General Intelligence Service (GIS) in Asonga, after a young man was allegedly tortured by militiamen. The buildings burned to the ground. According to (Radio Dabanga), a listener explained that the problems started when elements of the Rapid Support Forces, Sudan’s main government militia, abused residents of Asonga, 27 km ...

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Ministerial delegation participates in the Renaissance Dam meeting in DC

Sudan’s Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Yasser Abbas and Foreign Minister Asma Abdalla will travel to the United States next Tuesday to participate in the tripartite meeting called by Washington on November 6 to discuss the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam issue. In a statement, Ministry of Irrigation said that Khartoum agreed to the US invitation to the tripartite meeting ...

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Bashir’s trial delayed

The Court responsible for the trial of ousted President Omar al-Bashir on Saturday announced the postponement of the trial hearings until the 16th of this month due to the absence of the defense witness, the Auditor General Taher Abdul Gayoom.

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