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2017-12-10

Sudan Sanctions Removal

Sudan Sanctions Removal

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesperson For Immediate Release STATEMENT BY SPOKESPERSON HEATHER NAUERT October 6, 2017 Sanctions Revoked Following Sustained Positive Action by the Government of Sudan Today, the United States decided to revoke economic sanctions with respect to Sudan and the Government of Sudan under Executive..Read More

2017-08-23

The Launch of the Media Initiative Website

The Launch of the Media Initiative Website

(Press Release) – The Media Initiative Website entitled (Sudan the Origin of Civilization) has been launched at Sudan News Agency(SUNA) with the partnership between the Initiative, MTN-Sudan and Net 249 for Tourism Promotion. This site aims to acquaint people with the history of the Sudanese civilization through documented information, images..Read More

2017-08-02

Wheelchair Accessible Taxicab Driver Wins Free Medallion For Exemplary Service To The Disability Community

Wheelchair Accessible Taxicab Driver Wins Free Medallion For Exemplary Service To The Disability Community

Cabbie Excellence Program Offers Financial Freedom, Small Business Benefits Lilia Chacon     312.744.5365 lilia.chacon@cityofchicago.org The City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) today announced the winner of the 2016 Taxicab Driver Excellence Award to the licensed Chicago taxicab driver Adil Elsheikh in recognition of his premier customer..Read More

2017-07-11

United States government partners with DAL GROUP to advance education and nutrition.

United States government partners with DAL GROUP to advance education and nutrition.

KHARTOUM, SUDAN — The United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), signed an agreement on Tuesday July 11, 2017 with DAL Food to provide locally sourced, pasteurized milk to 5,308 malnourished school children in Red Sea State, as part of a public-private partnership to improve education and..Read More

2017-07-03

Bushra al-Fadil wins 18th Caine Prize for African Writing

Bushra al-Fadil wins 18th Caine Prize for African Writing

Bushra al-Fadil has won the 2017 Caine Prize for African Writing, described as Africa’s leading literary award, for his short story entitled “The Story of the Girl Whose Birds Flew Away”, translated by Max Shmookler, published in The Book of Khartoum – A City in Short Fiction (Comma Press, UK...Read More

2017-06-13

Dr. Mohammed Albagir

Dr. Mohammed Albagir

Ambassador Jean-Michel Dumond, Head of Delegation of the European Union to Sudan received Dr. Mohammed Albagir, who is one of the 929 scholarship holders of the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD) funded by the Erasmus + Scholarship for 2017. Dr. Mohammed speaks fluent English and Italian. He studied medicine..Read More

2017-05-08

Azza Salah

Azza Salah

Hisham Aljundi, (Doha) : NAMA centre of Qatar Foundation for Social Work (QFSW) honoured four Qatari entrepreneurs with ‘Reyada Award’ during a function held under the patronage of Minister of Economy and Commerce HE Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim bin Mohammed al Thani at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre in..Read More

2017-05-03

Sudan Participates in Arab Conference for Investment, Real Estate and Banks in Jordan

Sudan Participates in Arab Conference for Investment, Real Estate and Banks in Jordan

Khartoum — The Expert at the Commercial Real Estate Bank and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Engineering Contractors Engineer Malik Ali Dongola has affirmed the pioneering role of the bank in financing and developing the real estate sector in Sudan as a sector represents a model for Sudanese-Gulf..Read More

2015-12-07

‘At least we are treated as humans’: Syrians in Sudan

‘At least we are treated as humans’: Syrians in Sudan

Syrian refugees in Sudan say they feel welcomed but life is hard and they may still risk their lives to reach Europe. When Mohammed left the Syrian city of Raqqa in early 2011, searching for a job and looking to avoid compulsory military service in his country, Sudan seemed like..Read More