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Saturday, 03 February 2018

Daily Arabic Newspapers Headlines Wednesday 31st January, 2018


* Rise in Cancer Cases in Sudan

* Ghandour: Cairo Meeting to Discuss the Outstanding Issue within Two Weeks.
* Kasha Discusses with Upper Nile Governor the Security Situations.
* Al-Hillu Announces 4-month Ceasefire.

Akhbar Al-Youm
* Pharmacies Trade Union Condemns the Inspection Campaign by Unqualified Cadres.
* Government Delegation Reveals Consultative Meeting on the AUHIP Roadmap on 4 – 5 February.
* Two Shipments of Diesel Dock in Port Sudan.
* Contacts between Haftar and Libyan Gangs to Release JEM Abductees.

* Juba Government Vehicles Involved in Drugs’ Smuggling.
* Inspection of Pharmacies and Markets Continue in Khartoum State
* Abul Gasim Imam Warns the Opposition from Exploiting Darfur Students in the Protests.
* Security/Diplomatic Committee to Discuss the Outstanding Issue between Khartoum and Cairo.

Al-Youm Al-Tali
* Al Bashir: We Will Use All Methods to Protect Our Interests with Egypt.
* Two Areas’ Talks to Resume Tomorrow in Addis Ababa.
* 8 Ambulances from UNHCR to the States Hosting Refugees.
* Al Bashir Returns to Khartoum from Addis Ababa.
* Troika Demands Juba to Release Child Soldiers.

* IGAD Determines February 5th for South Sudan Rivals Meeting.
* PCP: Retract of Egypt Towards Sudan Is a Maneuvering
* Bushara Aror: Foreign Parties Target Sudanese Livestock.
* Guidance Ministry: Sudan Is a Model in Religious Coexistence.

Al-Ray Al-Aam
* Ghandour: Halayeb Issue to beTabled for Negotiations within Two Weeks.
* Presidency Discusses Providing Legal Assistance to Sudanese Expatriates.
* Authorities Abort Gold Smuggling Attempt in Khartoum Airport.
* Saud Arabia: US$107 Billion Settlements of anti-Corruption Campaign.

* Libyan Gangs Kidnap Elements from JEM.
* Machar Calls on UN to Preserve Security in South Sudan.
* UNAMID Evaluates Government Plans to Evacuate IDPs Camps in Kas.
* Washington Affirms Support to Peace Prior the Two Areas’ Talks.

* AU Prepares to Sanction South Sudan Leaders.
* Presidential Aide: Government Keen to Realize Peace.
* Parliament Speaker Calls for Practical Policies to Boost Scientific Research.
* Hummaida: 13% of Khartoum State Budget Allocated for Health.