FM Undersecretary Receives Message From Kenyan Counterpart.

[SNA] Khartoum, Nov.32 (SUNA) – The Foreign Ministry Undersecretary, Ambassador, Abdul Ghani Al-Naeim has received thank message from his Kenyan counterpart, Dr.Monik Guma following her recent visit to Sudan.

[SNA] Khartoum, Nov.32 (SUNA) - The Foreign Ministry Undersecretary, Ambassador, Abdul Ghani Al-Naeim has received thank message from his Kenyan counterpart, Dr.Monik Guma following her recent visit to Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Sin-Afro-Arab Cooperation Conference Concludes Sessions and Issues Its Recommendations

[SNA] Khartoum -The Conference of the Chinese-Afro-Arab Cooperation Prospects, which was organized by the Center for African Research and Studies in cooperation with the Association of Sino-Arab Friendship Societies, concluded its sessions Wednesday at…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Conference of the Chinese-Afro-Arab Cooperation Prospects, which was organized by the Center for African Research and Studies in cooperation with the Association of Sino-Arab Friendship Societies, concluded its sessions Wednesday at the African International University.

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Accountant General, Bank MDs Reappear At ‘Janneh’ Commission

[Foroyaa] The Government’s Accountant General, Momodou Lamin Bah, Trust Bank Managing Director and the Managing Director of Guaranty Trust Bank Ayodeyel Bolaji, yesterday reappeared at the ‘Janneh’ Commission to explain financial matters surrounding th…

[Foroyaa] The Government's Accountant General, Momodou Lamin Bah, Trust Bank Managing Director and the Managing Director of Guaranty Trust Bank Ayodeyel Bolaji, yesterday reappeared at the 'Janneh' Commission to explain financial matters surrounding the former regime, Office of the former president and Gamveg respectively. Mr. Bah testified that the Directorate of the National Treasury did not make any direct payments; that however there were impresses paid and the sum of D3, 000,000 was paid to Dr. Njogu L Bah on t

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NA Select Committee On Education Inspects UTG Faraba Banta Campus

[Foroyaa] The delegation of the National Assembly Select Committee on Education, Training and ICT, on Wednesday 22nd November 2017, were received by the Project Manager Pravin Goel of Shapoorji Pallonji Engineering and Construction Company and the Vice…

[Foroyaa] The delegation of the National Assembly Select Committee on Education, Training and ICT, on Wednesday 22nd November 2017, were received by the Project Manager Pravin Goel of Shapoorji Pallonji Engineering and Construction Company and the Vice chancellor of the University of the Gambia, Professor Faqir Muhammad Anjum, at the UTG Campus in Faraba Banta.

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Supreme Court Set to Decide On Laws Criminalising Speech

[Foroyaa] The Supreme Court has adjourned the Gambia Press Union’s law suit against government that seeks the decriminalization of false publication and broadcasting, sedition and criminal defamation for judgment in May 2018.

[Foroyaa] The Supreme Court has adjourned the Gambia Press Union's law suit against government that seeks the decriminalization of false publication and broadcasting, sedition and criminal defamation for judgment in May 2018.

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Fuel Traders Detained At North Darfur Market

[Radio Dabanga] Saraf Omra -Three fuel traders were arrested on Wednesday during a raid by Rapid Support Forces (RSF) militiamen Birkat Seira market in Saraf Omra locality in North Darfur.

[Radio Dabanga] Saraf Omra -Three fuel traders were arrested on Wednesday during a raid by Rapid Support Forces (RSF) militiamen Birkat Seira market in Saraf Omra locality in North Darfur.

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Journalists, Lawyers Unite Against Press Act Amendments

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The pace of rejection of proposed amendments to the Press Act of 2009 has escalated at a seminar organised by the Sudanese Journalists Network at the headquarters of El Jareeda newspaper in Khartoum, as journalists and legal r…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The pace of rejection of proposed amendments to the Press Act of 2009 has escalated at a seminar organised by the Sudanese Journalists Network at the headquarters of El Jareeda newspaper in Khartoum, as journalists and legal rights activists called for unification of efforts to counter the amendments.