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Daily Arabic Newspapers Headlines Wednesday, 29th November, 2017


* New Information over Mustariha Incidents, Musa Hilal Arrested

* UNAMID Investigates Civilian Staff on Sexual Harassment.
* Parliament Endorses 68 Amendments on Criminal Act.
* Ali El-Haj: PCP Was Not Involved in Naivasha Agreement.

Akhbar Al-Youm
* Defence Minister Responds to Parliament Demand for More Information on Mustariha Incidents.
* Parliament Endorsees Criminal Procedures Act in Its General Features Stage.
* Council of Ministers Announces Thursday Public Holiday.
* CISSA Presents Main Roadmap for Silencing Guns by 2020.

* Kamal Omer Criticizes Criminal Procedures Act Amendments.
* Study to Resume in Shambat Complex Next January.
* Minerals Minister: Gold Reserve Is Bigger than the Current Statistics.
* Al-Mirghani Meets Ahmed Al-Mahdi in Cairo.

Al-Youm Al-Tali

* Defence Minister Appears before the Parliament on Mustariha Incidents.
* First Vice President Flies to Ivory Coast.
* Saudi Arabia, UAE and Oman Seek Political Solution for Yemeni Crisis.
* Atta: Confronting Terrorism Requires Coordination and Exchanging of Information.

Akhir Lahza
* CBOS Bans Banks from Financing Local Trade.
* Bakri Attends Firearms Control Conference.
* Darfuri Movement Hand Its Heavy and Light Weapons.
* Human Resources Reveals the Training of 1678 Teaching Staff.
Al-Ray Al-Aam
* Parliament Security Committee Affirms Security Stability in Mustariha.
* UNSC Admits Improvement in Children Situation in Conflict Areas.
* AU Envoy Arrives in Libya to Investigate Slavery Issue.
* Saudi Arabia Tends to Enter Into Oil and Gas Investments.

* Agar Biggest Stronghold in Blue Nile Falls under His Competitor Joseph Taga.
* Gold Exporting Companies Reject CBOS Circular.
* News about Imminent Release of Machar.
* PCP: We Seek Political Accord over the Constitution.

* Al Bashir to Attend Concluding Session of School Tournament in Kassala.
* Considerable Decline in Gold Prices.
* Measures to Control the Money Outside the Banking System.
* NCP Starts Preparations for 2020 Elections.