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on 2012/8/27 10:20:17

The Ministry of Culture is due to hold during October 6 - 18 Khartoum International Book Exhibition.
The exhibition's director, Fatima Mohamed Ahmadon, said that the objective of the exhibition is to provide educational and cultural books as well as scientific references for people easily and at reasonable prices.

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on 2012/8/27 10:16:45

Councils of States has expressed full support to the ministry of Health to solve the health problems facinf the health sector in the country.
The charwoman of the Services, Health and Economic Committee of the Council, Dr. Abla Mahdi has affirmed during the joint meeting of the Committee with the ministry of Health in the Presence of the directors of the administrations that the meeting has reviewed, among other issues, the immigration of doctors to the Gulf States and the shortages of the specialists doctors in the states
She alled on the Ministry of Finance to provide all kinds of support to the Health Ministry to carry out its health responsibility in the country to overcome the problems facing the health sector.
Meanwhile, Federal Minister of Health, Bahr Idriss Abu Garda has affirmed his ministry's keenness to solve the health probles, lauding the continued support extended by the Council of States to the Ministry of Health.

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on 2012/8/26 13:40:37

Open in new windowThe Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi received Saturday the Minister of Foreign Affairs Ali Ahmed Karti and the accompanying delegation at the Egyptian Presidential Palace in the Masr al-Jadidah area. The meeting reviewed the progress of the distinguished relations between Sudan and Egypt as well as the implementation of the cooperation agreements signed between the two countries in all domains, increasing the commercial and investment exchange and contribution of the Egyptian companies in the development process in Sudan. The Meeting was attended by the Governor of the Northern State Fathi Khalil, State Minister at the Ministry of Investment Al-Saddig Mohammed Ali and Sudan's Ambassador to Egypt Kamal Hassan Ali as well as the Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohammed Kamil Amru.

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on 2012/8/26 13:34:56

Open in new window Sudan and Egypt will soon sign an agreement to organize the movement of goods and commercial trucks via a crossing point that would be inaugurated in the coming few days as well as making the movement of nationals of the two countries easier, said the Minister of Foreign Affairs Ali Ahmed Karti who is currently on a visit to Cairo. He made the statement to the press following his meeting Saturday with the Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi.
In a separate development, Mr. Karti has met the Egyptian Prime Minister Hisham Qandil in Cairo Saturday. The two officials discussed means of supporting the bilateral cooperation between the two countries in all domains. The Minister of Foreign Affairs extended an invitation during the meeting to the Egyptian Premier to inaugurate the new road linking Dongola in Sudan and Aswan in Egypt, which is seeking to increase the commercial, economic and investment cooperation between the two countries.
Karti affirmed that the bilateral relations were firm and deep-rooted, referring to the recent meeting between Presidents Albashir and Mursi at the sideline of the African Union Summit, in which they discussed the economic cooperation between Sudan and Egypt. The Minister explained that preparations were underway for a visit of some Egyptian Investors to Sudan in order to have a closer look at the investment opportunities available in Sudan in the fields of Agriculture and quarantines. Karti explained that his earlier talks with the Egyptian President touched on the issue of the four-freedoms of the citizens of the two countries.
The Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohammed Kamil Amru, on his turn, revealed that Al-Dafah Al-Sharqiyyah road, which is linking Sudan and Egypt via the River Nile, will be inaugurated in September to facilitate commercial movement and transport, adding that the National Bank of Egypt will open a branch in Khartoum at the same time.

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on 2012/8/26 10:38:12

Open in new window The Armed Forces announced the repulsion of an attack by the rebels of the Sudan People Liberation Movement - North (SPLM- N) against Al-Moraib area, some 29 Km West to Al-Abbasiya in South Kordofan state , inflecting them heavy loss in lives.
In this regard, the Spokesman of the Armed Forces Col. Asawarmi Khalid Sa'ad said in a statement to the Sudan News Agency that the rebels of the SPLM-N in South Kordufan until the morning of Friday 24 August had been terrorizing and intimidating the secured citizens and cutting the road linking Al-Abbasiya and Abu Gibaiha and attacked the sanctuary and proprieties of innocent citizens and later entered into the village of Al-Moraib, some 29 Km West to Al-Abbasiya area and desecrated the Mosque of the village. "Accordingly, the Armed Forces moved towards Al-Moraib area and clashed with the rebels and drove them outside the area," explained Col. Sa'ad, adding that the Armed Forces then carried out a wide combing operation starting from Abu Karshola to Um Baraka, Al-Unainan and Al-Farasha areas where they succeeded to remove and to destroy all the resistances of the rebels and killed 11 elements.
The Spokesman of the Armed Forces explained that the SPLM-N, in revenge, attacked the Armed Forces in Al-Moraib area twice in a bid to recapture the area but the Armed Forces have repulsed them and inflicted them with more than 17 deaths while one person was martyred and 9 other injured from the side of the Armed Forces.

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