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Monday, 09 October 2017

Daily Arabic Newspapers Headlines Monday 2nd October, 2017

* USA and Gulf Companies Fund Minerals Sector via Production Guarantee

* Authorities Arrest 3 Egyptians on Spying
* Ugandan Spy Chief: Khartoum Doesn’t Support LRA.
* British Newspaper: Ocampo Got Brie from Libyan Official.

Akhbar Al-Youm
* UN Officials Expects Permanent Lifting of US Sanctions.
* Information Minister: Firearms Collection Campaign Found Positive Response from the Citizens.
* US Dollar Exchange Rate to Drop against Sudanese Pound.
* Lack of Funding Threatens Air Humanitarian Operations in Sudan.

* New Military Rebellion in South Sudan.
* Strict Security Measures in Central Darfur .
* Juba to Dialogue with US Administration on Sanctions.
* Central Darfur Invites Japan to Invest in Tourism in Jebel Marra.

Al-Youm Al-Tali
* NCP: Firearms Collection Campaign will Include All Persons and Tribes.
* Bilal: Collection of more than 25800 Pieces of Firearms in One Day in North Darfur.
* Public Transport Routes Changed Due to the Closure of Blue Nile Bridge.
* Diplomat: Nobody Can Expect What Trump Will Do on Sanctions Lifting Decision.

Akhir Lahza
* Sudanese Banks Involved in Money Laundering.
* Bilal: Government will Continue Firearms Collection.
* Government: Dialogue with the US Administration At Its Ends.
* AU Meets in Khartoum On Horn of Africa Issues.
Al-Ray Al-Aam
* UAE Arrest Sudanese Businessman.
* Foreign Ministry: Budget Allocated Not Enough.
* Khartoum Aspires Joint Cooperation with SEN SAD Group.
* Interior Ministry Warns against Hiding Firearms.

* Advanced Equipment to Detect Firearms.
* Blue Nile Bridge Closed for One Year.
* Khartoum to Washington: We Don’t Need Advice on Kalma Incidents.
* Three Companies Agree to Finance Gold Sector

* Calls for CBOS Exit from Purchasing Gold.
* North Darfur Collects 6 Thousand Pieces of Firearms.
* Ibrahim Mahmoud Calls for Voluntary Handing of Weapons before Punishment Stage.
* Norwegian Delegation to USA to Assit in Lifting of Sanctions.
* Juba: the Conflict in South Sudan Is over Power.