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October, 2017

  • 31 October

    African Markets – Factors to watch on Oct. 26

    The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Thursday. - - - - - EVENTS: *Kenya holds fresh presidential elections after Supreme Court nullified August vote GLOBAL MARKETS Asian stocks barely changed on Thursday, capped as Wall Street shares pulled back from record highs, while the euro stretched gains ahead of a European Central Bank meeting that could take a major step

  • 31 October

    .com | Demolitions leave S Sudan refugees in Khartoum homeless: UN

    Thousands of South Sudanese refugees have been left homeless in Khartoum after Sudanese police demolished their shelters over the past few months, the UN refugee agency said on Thursday. More than 450 000 South Sudanese refugees have entered Sudan after a brutal civil war erupted in their country in December 2013, the UN says.

  • 31 October

    Qatar does not fund Hamas: US Ambassador to United Nations

    US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley talks to staff members of the US embassy in Juba, South Sudan, on October 25, 2017. AFP / Albert Gonzalez Farran Washington: US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is correcting comments she made before Congress this summer, now saying Qatar "does not fund Hamas movement."

  • 31 October

    South Sudan Camp Residents Accuse Charity of Hiding Poor Conditions From US Diplomat Haley

    Residents of a displaced persons camp in South Sudan say they were deeply disappointed when a visit by U.S. envoy Nikki Haley was cut short Wednesday, with several residents accusing the French charity that runs the camp of preventing Haley from seeing their wretched living conditions. Officials said at the time that Haley's visit to the UNMISS camp in Juba was cut short because of security concerns over a turbulent demonstration against President Salva Kiir.

  • 31 October

    South Sudan:Economic Crisis Forces South Sudanese to Eat Less

    South Sudan's soaring food prices, a devalued currency and chronic food shortages have left many families struggling to put meals on the table, report says. The analysis by the Vulnerability Assessment and Mapping pointed out that depreciation of the local currency, rising cereal prices and shortages of imported commodities on local markets were affecting the food security of households and increasing vulnerability.

  • 31 October

    Khartoum and Juba Ready to Build Stable Relations – Ministers for Defense

    [SNA] Khartoum -The Sudanese Minister for Defense and his South Sudanese Counterpart on Monday said they are looking forwards to building a stable and strong relations based on joint interests and to achieve permanent and lasting peace and stability for the two peoples.

  • 31 October

    Undersecretary of Foreign Ministry Meets His Counterpart

    [SNA] Khartoum -The Undersecretary of the Ministry Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Abdul-Ghani Al-Naeem, Monday received in his office the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of South Sudan, Babak Valentino, who is visiting Khartoum in the context of the preparations for the visit of South Sudan President, Salva Kiir, to Khartoum in the current week.

  • 31 October

    Al-Bashir – Arab Parliament Is Historic Gain for Arab Nation

    [SNA] Khartoum -President of the Republic Field Marshal , Omer Al-Bashir considered the Arab Parliament a historic gain for Arab nation for it shoulders responsibility of joint Arab parliamentary work.

  • 31 October

    Deputy Assistant of U.S. Secretary of State Discusses With Private Sector Cooperation in Stage of Post-Lifting of Sanctions

    [SNA] Khartoum -The joint meeting between the visiting delegation of the US Secretary of State headed by the Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary, Sandra Oudkirk, and the representatives of the businesses sector of the Sudanese private sector discussed the economic and trade cooperation between the Sudan and the United States of America after the lifting of the sanctions, and the necessity of communication and cooperation between the private sectors of the two countries.

  • 31 October

    Al-Bashir Calls Arab Parliament to Have Role in What Is Running At Arab Arena

    [SNA] Khartoum -President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, has called the Arab Parliament to have role in what is running in Arab scene of difference and accord needed to overcome challenges an d threats of extremism and terrorism.

  • 31 October

    Scott Pruitt Is Using the Bible as His Guide for Reorganizing EPA’s Science Boards

    Scott Pruitt Is Using the Bible as His Guide for Reorganizing EPA's Science Boards Mother JonesScott Pruitt bars EPA grant recipients from serving on advisory boards Washington ExaminerEPA to Bar Some Scientists From Advisory Panels Over `Conflicts' BloombergFull coverage

  • 31 October

    The 7 Most Interesting Experiences People Have Had With iPhone X’s Face ID

    The 7 Most Interesting Experiences People Have Had With iPhone X's Face ID FortuneBest Buy won't let you buy the iPhone X or iPhone 8 at full price anymore The VergeiPhone X review review: They mostly like it! RecodeiPhone X review: Day one with Face ID and animojis CNETApple's Earnings: Guess What Will Dominate The Discussions Seeking AlphaFull coverage

  • 31 October

    Bills acquire WR Kelvin Benjamin in trade with Panthers

    Bills acquire WR Kelvin Benjamin in trade with Panthers ESPNPanthers trade wideout Kelvin Benjamin to Bills NFL.comFantasy Football Instant Reaction: Tyrod Taylor the big winner in Bills' trade for Kelvin Benjamin CBSSports.comNFL trade deadline news and rumors: Bills acquire Kelvin Benjamin, Dolphins trade Jay Ajayi to the Eagles Washington PostCarolina Panthers Football News, Schedule, Roster, Stats - SB Nation SB NationFull coverage

  • 31 October

    Sen. Jeff Flake: Roy Moore’s Senate bid ‘should concern us all’

    Sen. Jeff Flake: Roy Moore's Senate bid 'should concern us all' Washington PostFlake: Roy Moore's views on Muslims 'should concern us all' The HillRoy Moore makes nice with Senate Republicans he railed against in campaign USA TODAYMoore: 'I Don't Hate People' And There Shouldn't Be A Religious Test For Office TPMFull coverage

  • 31 October

    Russia investigation charges complicate Trump’s Asia trip, ability to sell tax cuts

    Russia investigation charges complicate Trump's Asia trip, ability to sell tax cuts Washington PostTrump wants to sign tax bill by Christmas The HillWhite House won't rule out a Trump-Putin meeting in Asia PoliticoMake no mistake, Donald Trump is at his zenith ABC OnlineFull coverage

  • 31 October

    Sudan:Generator Breakdown Leaves Eastern Sudanese Town ‘In Total Darkness’

    The town of Suakin in Sudan's Red state has reportedly been without electrical power for a week. All four generators supplying the city's districts have broken down.

  • 31 October

    .com | In east DRC, S Sudan’s lost rebel army finds a haven

    A rebel "general" from South Sudan, Dhiling Keah, briefly sums up the strategic position of his army, eking out an existence in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. In July 2016, his soldiers were fighting with former vice president Riek Machar in Juba, capital of the world's newest state, against the forces of President Sala Kiir.

  • 31 October

    U.S. envoy Haley s blunt diplomacytargets South Sudan, Congo

    Juba, South Sudan/Kichanga, Democratic Republic of Congo - - In a mountainous camp for displaced Congolese, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley wrapped her arm around an inconsolable woman who recounted being raped twice. "It only makes me more passionate, it makes me more determined," Haley told a small group of reporters traveling with her during her first trip to Africa.

  • 31 October

    Kenya:Kenyan Banks Ordered to Freeze Accounts of Six South Sudan Generals

    Kenya's central bank has instructed commercial banks to freeze accounts of six top South Sudanese generals in line with UN sanctions against them. The UN Security Council imposed travel bans and asset freezes on the military commanders - three from each side - for human rights violations and blocking the implementation of the peace agreement in the war-torn country.

  • 31 October

    Sudan:Finance Ministry, Juba Agree on Joint Action to Exempt Sudan’s Foreign Debts

    The Finance Ministers of the Sudan and the State of South Sudan have agreed on a joint external move to exempt the Sudan's foreign debts, and to work for extension of the terms of the zero-option agreement that ends in October 2018. The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Gen.