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  • 02:10 Uganda Offers To Give Bashir Asylum

    Uganda Offers To Give Bashir Asylum

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    Before Bashir's arrest Uganda had offered to provide asylum to the deposed leader . This is in appreciation for his role in the South Sudan peace deal. Our Reporter Daniel Arapmoi has been speaking to Uganda's State Minister for Foreign Affairs and filed

  • 01:36 Sudan's Investment Initiative Empowers Women In Rural Areas

    Sudan's Investment Initiative Empowers Women In Rural Areas

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    A local initiative in Sudan is looking to empower rural women following the lifting of U.S. sanctions, which ended two decades of restrictions on international banking transactions. Vik Chege has more.

  • 02:12 Sudan's Al-Bashir Welcomes South Sudan's Kiir To Khartoum

    Sudan's Al-Bashir Welcomes South Sudan's Kiir To Khartoum

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    South Sudanese President Salva Kiir finished a two-day visit to Sudan on Thursday in which he met Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. It was Kiir's first visit to the country since 2015. The leaders announced they had reached a new agreement concerning the

  • 01:48 Kiir To Visit Khartoum To Strengthen Ties With Al-Bashir

    Kiir To Visit Khartoum To Strengthen Ties With Al-Bashir

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    South Sudan's President Salva Kiir is set to travel to Khartoum this week for talks with his counterpart, Omar al-Bashir. The meeting is aimed at strengthening a 2012 cooperation agreement. Juba says it's an indication of improving relations with its nort

  • 02:16 Bashir: U.S. Measures Caused Hardship For Sudanese People

    Bashir: U.S. Measures Caused Hardship For Sudanese People

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    Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has been speaking out about the challenges facing his country. In two weeks, he should hear from the U.S. on whether it will lift sanctions on Khartoum. Bashir says the measures have hurt ordinary Sudanese the most. From K

  • 01:52 Multi-state Security Conference Concludes In Sudan With New Resolutions

    Multi-state Security Conference Concludes In Sudan With New Resolutions

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    The Committee of Intelligence and Security Services in Africa -- CISSA -- has concluded its meeting in Sudan's Khartoum. The gathering aimed to address security concerns on the continent -- chief among them terrorism and mercenaries. Leslie Mirungu has mo

  • 01:07 Darfur Rebel Group Signs Peace Pact With Government

    Darfur Rebel Group Signs Peace Pact With Government

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    The Sudanese government has signed a peace agreement with the rival faction, the Liberation Movement for Peace and Development. The move is seen as a major step in finding peace in the country and the Darfur region. The agreement signed allows the rebel g

  • 01:55 Sudanese Students With U.S. Scholarships Concerned

    Sudanese Students With U.S. Scholarships Concerned

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    Sudan is one of the countries affected by President Donald Trump's travel ban. For the first time in decades, Sudanese post-graduate students are eligible for scholarships to the United States. Now, dozens of students are worried they may never get there.

  • 01:51 Sudan Welcomes Trump's 'Muslim Ban' Reversal

    Sudan Welcomes Trump's 'Muslim Ban' Reversal

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    Still following the fall-out of Donald Trump's so-called "Muslim Ban". Sudan has responded to an American court decision to suspend that ban and allow Sudanese citizens back into the United States. Trump's ban involved seven Muslim-majority nations, three

  • 01:22 SPLM-N Rebel Group Pledges To Stop Recruiting Child Soldiers

    SPLM-N Rebel Group Pledges To Stop Recruiting Child Soldiers

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    The United Nations and one of Sudan's largest rebel groups, the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North SPLM-N, have signed an accord to end the recruitment of child soldiers. The group has also committed to releasing all children currently in its ranks

  • 01:47 Sudan Police Say One In Every Six University Students Abusing Drugs

    Sudan Police Say One In Every Six University Students Abusing Drugs

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    Sudan is struggling with an increase in the number of drug addicts in institutions of higher learning. According to statistics from the police, one in every six university students in the country has an addiction problem. Here's Leslie Mirungu with more.

  • 01:51 Sudan Raises Fuel And Electricity Prices

    Sudan Raises Fuel And Electricity Prices

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    In Sudan, the government has scrapped fuel subsidies and increased electricity prices in a bid to stop the surge in inflation and control the fall of the Sudanese pound. The move is part of a series of austerity measures to reduce the trade deficit follow

  • 01:11 US Renews Sanctions On Sudan For Another Year

    US Renews Sanctions On Sudan For Another Year

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    Sudanese people are frustrated by renewed sanctions from the United States. On Monday US President Barack Obama renewed sanctions imposed on Sudan for a year, saying that the policies and actions of the Sudanese government continues to pose a threat to na

  • 02:11 Egypt’s Sisi Attends Event Marking End Of National Dialogue In Sudan

    Egypt’s Sisi Attends Event Marking End Of National Dialogue In Sudan

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    Sudan has held a special ceremony to mark the end of the national dialogue towards reconciliation. Representatives from both the government and opposition parties took part in the talks. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, and the leaders of Uganda a

  • 01:23 New Initiative Hopes To Reduce Sudan Maternal And New-born Deaths

    New Initiative Hopes To Reduce Sudan Maternal And New-born Deaths

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    Sudan is making significant strides to improve maternal and newborn health services. It recently launched an initiative aimed at fighting the high death rates in the country. It is thought one in every 32 Sudanese women is at risk of maternal death. The i

  • 01:37 Juba & Khartoum Agree To Open Up Common Border

    Juba & Khartoum Agree To Open Up Common Border

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    South Sudan and Sudan have begun talks that seek to expedite the bilateral cooperation agreement between the two countries. They have signed several agreements on security arrangements for demilitarized zones and the opening of 10 border cross points. The

  • 01:45 Sudan's Foreign Secretary Warns That Country Could Collapse

    Sudan's Foreign Secretary Warns That Country Could Collapse

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    Sudan is calling on the United States government to lift sanctions that are affecting all sectors of the country's economy. The US imposed comprehensive economic sanctions in 1997 because of Sudan's suspected links to terrorism then but these were extende

  • 02:15 Waza Trumpet Returns As Residents In Sudan's Blue Nile Region Mark End Of Harvest

    Waza Trumpet Returns As Residents In Sudan's Blue Nile Region Mark End Of Harvest

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    Sudan's Blue Nile region has been celebrating the Sorghum harvest season. And with song and dance filling the air, one instrument, the Waza trumpet, is making a strong showing.

  • 02:34 Sudan, Ethiopia & Egypt To Express Their Final Stance On The Dam

    Sudan, Ethiopia & Egypt To Express Their Final Stance On The Dam

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    Negotiations between Cairo, Addis Ababa and Khartoum have entered a decisive stage in which the parties must express their final stance concerning the controversy and disagreement caused by Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam. The dam threatens Egypt's annua

  • 00:43 President Bashir Reopens Talks With Rebel And Opposition Groups

    President Bashir Reopens Talks With Rebel And Opposition Groups

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    Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir formally reopened talks with rebel and opposition groups on Saturday but only one significant opposition party showed up. He urged them to halt a boycott on dialogue in return for a ceasefire. The National Coalitio

  • 01:52 Chinese Troops In Sudan Hold Celebrations

    Chinese Troops In Sudan Hold Celebrations

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    Chinese troops in Sudan recently held celebrations to mark the 66th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. Chinese community in different countries have been holding events as part of the national day celebrations

  • 02:22 Hundreds Of South Sudan Refugees Flee To Uganda

    Hundreds Of South Sudan Refugees Flee To Uganda

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    The situation in war-torn South Sudan has been deteriorating despite a ceasefire deal between the government and the rebels. Insecurity has resulted in an increase in the number of refugees fleeing to neighboring Uganda. Live @ http://www.presstv.ir/live.

  • 02:33 At Least 186 Killed, Many More Injured In South Sudan Tanker Blast

    At Least 186 Killed, Many More Injured In South Sudan Tanker Blast

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    At least 186 people are now thought have been killed and even more injured in an oil tanker explosion in South Sudan this week, the government said Friday.

  • 01:38 Sudan's Popular Traditional Street Food

    Sudan's Popular Traditional Street Food

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    Street food in Sudan can be described in 3 words: tasty, convenient, and cheap. It's still popular among residents of the capital, Khartoum, and not even warnings about the potential health risks of buying street food, are putting them off.

  • 01:07 Fighting In South Sudan Capital Leaves Dozens Dead, Displaced

    Fighting In South Sudan Capital Leaves Dozens Dead, Displaced

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    Fighting over four days in South Sudan's capital, Juba, following what the government has termed a "failed coup attempt", has left dozens dead and many more injured, forcing thousands of others to flee their homes, say official

  • 00:38 43 Killed In Measles Outbreak In Sudan

    43 Killed In Measles Outbreak In Sudan

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    A major outbreak of measles in Sudan has killed 43 people as of July, and infected more than 3,000. The outbreak started in December last year. Most confirmed cases are children under 15. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbe

  • 01:11 China Initiative Tries To Help Sudan's Displaced Children

    China Initiative Tries To Help Sudan's Displaced Children

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    Smiling Children is an initiative aiming to provide breakfast for orphan students and kids fleeing conflicts from their home villages to the Sudanese capital Khartoum.

  • 02:50 South Sudan Peace Talks: FRANCE24 News Gains Access To Rebels' Meeting In Pagak

    South Sudan Peace Talks: FRANCE24 News Gains Access To Rebels' Meeting In Pagak

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    Rebel leader Riek Machar arrives at the opposition headquarters in Pagak. He has come to consult his generals on the latest draft peace agreement. But some are suspicious of putting down their arms. Appeasing the generals is one issue, keeping the movemen

  • 01:49 Ugandan Officials To Meet South Sudanese Counterparts Over Border Disputes

    Ugandan Officials To Meet South Sudanese Counterparts Over Border Disputes

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    The Minister for Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees Hilary Onek has met security forces and locals at the Uganda- South Sudan border which was recently invaded by militias from the neighboring country. Onek, also the Member of Parliament for Lamwo

  • 00:41 Chinese Embassy Hosts Food Security Workshop In Sudan

    Chinese Embassy Hosts Food Security Workshop In Sudan

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    Chinese Embassy in Sudan hosted a workshop on China's experiences in agricultural development and achieving food security in Africa.

  • 02:14 Girls Face More Educational Obstacles Than Boys In South Sudan

    Girls Face More Educational Obstacles Than Boys In South Sudan

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    Even before the civil war began, education was out of reach for most children and only 35% of students are girls

  • 01:18 South Sudan Peace Talks To Resume

    South Sudan Peace Talks To Resume

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    A fresh round of talks to end the conflict in South Sudan is due to get underway in Addis Ababa. Several more African countries and China have been brought into the mediation and CCTV's Girum Chala reports

  • 09:47 Can Regional Mediation End The Conflict in South Sudan?

    Can Regional Mediation End The Conflict in South Sudan?

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    Getachew Gebrekidan has been studying the mediation role of the regional organization, IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) in its attempts to assist in bringing an end to the conflict in South Sudan. He shares his findings and thoughts on th

  • 02:55 Sudan's Government Says It's Ready To Fight Any Outbreak Of Ebola

    Sudan's Government Says It's Ready To Fight Any Outbreak Of Ebola

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    The Federal Ministry of Health is at the heart of Sudan's anti-Ebola action plan. The ministry says the north African nation is free from the disease, which has claimed the lives of more than five-thousand people in West Africa. Nonetheless, health offici

  • 01:20 One Dead As Migrants Storm Eurotunnel Terminal

    One Dead As Migrants Storm Eurotunnel Terminal

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    Another African migrant is fighting to save his life after a botched attempt to reach the United Kingdom. The Egyptian man was almost electrocuted by an overhead power line, while trying to jump from the roof of one train to another. The incident came aft

  • 46:48 Nubia: The Forgotten Kingdom

    Nubia: The Forgotten Kingdom

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    Once a powerful, sprawling presence in Northern Africa, the ancient kingdom of Nubia now lies buried beneath mounds of red brick rubble in the Sudan. Forgotten by history and largely neglected by archaeology, its cities have lain buried for centuries, har