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Sudanese opposition forces call to boycott Darfur referendum

February 13 2016 (KHARTOUM) - The opposition "Sudan Call" alliance denounced the policies of the government of President Omer al-Bashir and called on the population of Darfur region to boycott an administrative referendum scheduled to be held next April.

statement issued Saturday, the coalition of opposition parties and armed groups in Blue Nile and South Kordofan states and Darfur region said the regime failed though its internal process to produce genuine political solutions to end war and restore freedoms in Sudan.

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What Makes Sudan Shift towards Israeli Regime?

AhlulBayt News Agency - Sudan, since the rise of the Islamic Salvation Front to power in 1989, has established very strong ties with Iran and the resistant Palestinian groups and hosted such movements as Hamas and Islamic Jihad on its soil. Due to its Islamic and honorable stances, Sudan has undergone a great deal of difficulties. Despite the economic problems and domestic crises the nation has been suffering from, the country's support for Palestine is considered to be the main drive for the Sudanese to back the government of President Omar al-Bashir.

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African leaders’ atrocities – we need more ICC involvement, not less

On a daily basis, the world is encountered with shocking and disturbing reports of atrocities in countries such as, Burundi, Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), to name just but a few.

These atrocities have resulted in the cruel deaths of millions of innocent defenceless people.

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How do the new U.S. visa rules work?

BY Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press  January 22, 2016 at 8:50 AM EST

PBS

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is tightening travel restrictions on Europeans and others who have visited Iran, Iraq, Syria or Sudan in the last five years. At the same time, officials say the new rules might not apply to travelers in certain occupations whose travels were for business.

Questions and answers about the visa-free travel program and the new rules:

How can people come to the U.S. without a visa?

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Dear Prof Baraka, Dr Huda Babikir and all members,

Dear Prof Baraka, Dr Huda Babikir and all members, 

We have received with absolute dismay, the news that Nafie A Nafie has been honoured in an international medical conference in Sudan hosted by SMSB  in partnership with Sudanese Psychiatry Association-UK  (SPA-UK) and BSAMS.

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drinking water warning from british embassy

Subject: drinking water warning from british embassy

this notice just went out to British Embassy

folk. Don't drink the tap water.

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Dear All,

As part of new health & safety procedures, TWS staff recently took

water samples from all our residential properties to screen in the UK

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Sudan: Yabus Hospital – Crucial but Struggling

"There are many people coming in everyday with many different diseases and there is no medicine, by the end of the day you would have treated 40 to 50 patients," said Zahir Babiker, a doctor working at Yabous hospital, which is housed in a makeshift straw-thatched hut.

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Sudan facing two options: change or collapse: Arman

January 13, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - Secretary General of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/North (SPLM-N) Yasir Arman said Sudan has reached a point where it has no options but change or collapse.

He pointed in a conference call with Sudanese activists in Europe and the United States Wednesday that the country’s crisis has been further complicated, saying “Sudan is facing two options:

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Germany to host meeting of the Sudanese opposition: Arman

January 12, 2016 (KHARTOUM) - Secretary General of the rebel Sudanese People’s Liberation Movement/North (SPLM-N) Yasser Arman has disclosed moves by Germany to host a meeting for the Sudanese opposition in Berlin to discuss the pre-dialogue meeting.

In a message sent to the leaders of the “Sudan Call” charter and the Reform Now Movement (RNM) and seen by Sudan Tribune, Arman said the German moves have not yet

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Six killed in unrest in Sudan’s Darfur, says local official

Source: Reuters - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 21:15 GMT

Author: Reuters

KHARTOUM, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Six people have been killed in three days of unrest in Sudan's Darfur region, a local official said on Monday, as a joint U.N. -African Union peacekeeping mission to the area urged the government to contain and investigate the violence.

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Darfur IDPs rejects camps liquidation

January 9, 2016 (NYALA) - A secret conference of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and refugees leaders in Darfur has rejected a government plan to liquidate the camps for the internally displaced on the grounds that their areas of origin were still unsafe.

The participants considered the return to their original villages and localities before the normalization of the situation and the provision of peace therein as "a semblance of suicide".

Deputy chairman of the IDPs and refugees association Adam Abdallah said leaders of refugees and IDPs from all Darfur’s five states camps had met last week in Kalma Camp , 15 km East of Nyala , capital of South Darfur State, to discuss what they called "Government propaganda" about the return of refugees and IDPs and the closure of the camps.

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Saudi-Iran stand-off

LARKANA: The execution of 47 people, including scholar Sheikh Nimr Al-Nimr, by Saudi Arabia has raised regional as well as international concerns. The action of Iranian protestors in attacking the Saudi Arabian embassy in Tehran in response to Al-Nimr’s execution resulted in the recall of diplomats by Saudi Arabia from Iran, followed by its Arab allies Kuwait, Bahrain and Sudan doing the same.

This issue has arisen at a time when a road map to peace had been established in Syria and a ceasefire had been called in Yemen. Across the Middle East, both Iran and Saudi Arabia have a long history of supporting proxies and political conflicts against each other. This latest crisis would undoubtedly undermine any ongoing initiatives for peace in a war-torn region where thousands of people have died due to sectarian violence and at the hands of the Islamic State.

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Sudanese Colonel Killed in Clashes with Yemeni Troops

Sudanese Colonel Killed in Clashes with Yemeni Troops

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Yemeni forces killed a high-ranking military officer of the Sudanese army in heavy clashes in Southwestern Yemen.

The Sudanese colonel was killed while fighting alongside the Saudi troops and pro-Hadi militias in the region of al-Waze'iya in the coastal province of Ta'iz on Saturday.

No further detail is available about the colonel.

Sudan has joined the Saudi-led coalition against Yemen in order to receive the Riyadh government's financial backup.

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