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Brief History on ECOWAS The call for a West African community was made by President William Tubman of Liberia inRead more.
Refugees in the White Nile Sit for Basic Level Certificate According to the Sudanese Curriculum
Najat Ahmed Khartoum – The Government of the White Nile State announced that refugee students are sitting for the basicRead more.
Spain Races against Clock to Dig up General Franco before Snap Elections
The Telegraph Spain’s socialist government is racing against the clock to exhume General Franco’s remains before snap election set forRead more.
UAE and Africa startups meet to foster cooperation
Africanews Startups from the UAE and Africa will participate in the first-ever Chamberthon event organised and hosted by Dubai ChamberRead more.
Symposium on Migration and Refugees on the Sidelines of the African Summit
Sudan Vision Addis Ababa – The National Human Rights Group organized a seminar on “Forced Migration, Refugees and Returnees”, inRead more.
Fifteen Egyptian Troops Killed or Wounded in North Sinai: Military
Reuters CAIRO – Fifteen Egyptian military personnel were killed or wounded in a clash on Saturday in North Sinai inRead more.
Garang: Implementing of South Sudan Peace Agreement is not the Responsibility of the Government Alone
Al-Sammani Awadallah Khartoum – President of the National Movement of South Sudan, Dr. Castillo Garang said that the implementation ofRead more.
The Civil Service Should Be Reformed
Ahmed Ibrahim Ballal The minister of labor, administrative reform and development of human resources, Bahar Idris Abu Garada, said thatRead more.
Blaming Trump for their problems is the one thing Europeans can agree on
James Kirchick Ahead of the Munich Security Conference, James Kirchick argues that the major problems confronting Europe today existed longRead more.
Wake-up Call: No Need for Interim Period
A two years old initiative for resolving the current impasse between the demonstrators and the government resurfaced. It was anRead more.
UNDP head: ‘The entire economy thrives on the destruction of nature’
Alula Berhe Kidani Overconsumption is destroying nature, warned Achim Steiner, UN Development Programme chief, at the World Economic Form inRead more.
Moonlight: Sudan and Turkey Maintain Deeply Rooted and Fruitful Relations
Sudan and Turkey are maintaining deeply rooted and fruitful relations. Turkey has lately begun showing increasing interest in its relationsRead more.