The death of former Sudanese President Sowar al-Zahab

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Former Sudanese president Abdulrahman Sawar al-Zahab died at the age of 83 at the military hospital in the Saudi capital Riyadh.

Sowar al-Zahab, born in Omdurman, received his military education at the Sudanese Military College and graduated in 1955.

In 1972, he was expelled from his position in the Sudanese army and sent to Qatar where he served as an advisor to Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani.

President of Sudan dismisses the government

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has sacked the government and headed for a smaller government.

The government was composed of 31 ministers, and the Sudanese president aims to narrow the government to facilitate dealing with the growing economic crisis in the country.

Bread Crisis In Khartoum, Sudanese security monitors the distribution of flour to bakeries

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates/ The bread shortage crisis in the Sudanese capital has worsened across the state, and a number of bakeries have stopped working due to lack of flour quotas.

The Khartoum residents were outraged, while the bakery owners said the reason for the crisis was not to receive their full share of the flour, so they had to cut production.

The smuggling of gold is draining the Sudanese economy

The Sudanese Ministry of Minerals announced that the amount of gold smuggled during the first half of 2018 amounted to 48.8 tons, while Khartoum seeks to reduce the smuggling of the yellow metal.

According to the ministry's report, Sudan's production of gold reached 63.3 tons in the first half of 2018, the share of companies was 8.1 tons, while traditional mining production reached 55.2 tons.

Conflicting parties in southern Sudan agree on power-sharing

In southern Sudan, a country that has been living in conflict since its separation from the motherland, Sudan, has not had previous peace agreements, most recently in 2015, only for months and then renewed fighting. Today, the conflicting parties signed a final agreement to share power, Tens of thousands of people were killed and millions displaced.

American taxpayer money you go to terrorists in Sudan

A joint investigation of i24NEWS and the Middle East Forum revealed that US taxpayers' money was going to support an al Qaeda-linked movement in Sudan during the Barack Obama administration, and that these assets were transferred after officials alerted the mistake and the relationship between the movement and al Qaeda.

The Sudanese media, Tasabih Mubarak Khater, the wife of the Minister of State for Communications embarrassing in a wedding hall

Sudanese media minister Tasabih Mubarak Khater, wife of the Minister of State for Communications, was subjected to an embarrassing situation at the same time as she entered a wedding hall in Khartoum.

BADEA’s Board of Governors meets up its 43rd annual meeting

The Board of Governors, of the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA), is supposed to take place in the Dead Sea, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, for its 43rd Annual Meeting, within the framework of the Joint-Annual Meetings of Arab Financial Institutions, scheduled to take place from 10 to 11 April 2018.

The Joint-Annual Meetings of Arab Financial Institutions will bring together, besides BADEA, the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, the Arab Investment & Export Credit Guarantee Corporation, the Arab Monetary Fund and the Arab Authority for Investment and Agricultural Development.

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