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Thursday, 30 November 2017

Daily Arabic Newspapers Headlines Tuesday, 28th November, 2017


* RSF Commander Reveals Details on Arresting Musa Hilal.
* Parliamentary Committee Recommends Unification of Foreign Address.
* Foreign Ministry: No Sudanese among the Victims of Slavery in Libya.
* Al Bashir Directs Continuation of Firearms Collection Campaign.

Akhbar Al-Youm
* Hilal and Three of His Involved Sons in Mustariha Incidents Evacuated to Khartoum.
* First US Technical Team Arrives in Khartoum for Gas Production.
* Minerals Minister: Gold Revenues will Exceed that of Oil.
* Foreign Ministry Welcomes AU Statement on Abyei Meetings.

* Juba Purchases 6 Spy Airplanes from Israel.
* Justice Minister in South Sudan Breaks Away and Joins Opposition.
* CBOS Takes More Procedures to Contain Exchange Rate.
* Trade Minister: Our Relations with Iran are Completely Severed.

Al-Youm Al-Tali

* Egypt Suspends Technical Negotiations on GERD.
* Al Bashir: Political Shares Reduce Tensions.
* New Rebellion Announced in South Sudan.
* Khartoum to Host Sudanese-Russian Meetings Next December.

Akhir Lahza
* NCP Tends to Reelect Al Bashir to New Presidential Term.
* Increase in South Sudan Refugees Flow to White Nile State.
* Mustafa Osman Delivers African Group Statement in UNTCAD.
* Defence State Minister Inspects the Performance of Regular Forces.
Al-Ray Al-Aam
* Ghandour: We Cooperate with Russia and USA.
* Sudan Condemns the Terrorism Attack on a Mosque in Egypt.
* Agreements on Oil, Gold and Nuclear between Sudan and Russia.
* Presidency Renews Commitment for Free Cancer Treatment.

* Musa Hilal Subject to Investigations by Concerned Authorities.
* Parliament Demands More Information from Defence Ministry on Mustariha Incidents.
* Expectation for UNAMD Exit from New Stations in S. Darfur.
* SAF: Sudanese Troops will Not Pull out from Yemen.

* CBOS Reveals Plans to Unify Exchange Rate.
* MPs Call for Increasing Regular Forces Salaries.
* GIAD Distributes Production Tools to Disabled.
* Fourth Arab International Conference in Public Relations to Convene in Cairo Next December.