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Saturday, 24 February 2018

Daily Arabic Newspapers Headlines Wednesday 21st February, 2018


* New Deputy NISS Director Appointed

* Ali Osman: I’ll Not Return to the Executive Body.
* Finance Ministry Directs Reduction of Steering Budgets of the Ministries by 50%.
* NCP Leading Bureau Meets Amid Expectation of Change in the Leaderships.

Akhbar Al-Youm
* CBOS Issues New Measures on Importation.
* 10 Syrian and a Russian Involved in Counterfeits of Foreign Passports.
* Al-Hilal Beats Liberian Team 3:0
* Deputy Turkish Premier Meets FVP.

* Constitutional Court Cancels the Decision of Deporting Ibrahim Al-Maz to South Sudan.
* Delegation from Airbus Visits Khartoum.
* Hassabo Affirms the Return of Big Number of IDPs and Refugees to Darfur.
* Electricity Ministry Affirms 100% Coverage by 2031.

Al-Youm Al-Tali
* Turkey: We Will Not Establish a Military Base in Sawakin.
* UNAMID Starts Construction of Golo Base in Jebel Marra.
* Western Experts: Egypt Doesn’t Have Strategy on Nile Waters.
* CBOS Directs Compensating the Affected Importers.

* NCP Reveals New Alliances.
* NCP Calls on Political Forces to Provide Initiatives and Resolution on Sudan’s Issues.
* Bar Association Secretary-General Commends the Release of Political Detainees.
* UNESCO Chair Celebrates the World Women Day.
Al-Ray Al-Aam
* UN Official: Darfur Has Recovered from the Black Days of War.
* Ali Osman: Islamic Movement Is Studying Its Role in the Upcoming Stage.
* Khartoum Acquaints Washington on Its Steps In Joining the WTO.
* Authorities Seizes 450 Tons of Expired Drugs.

* Juba: Deng Alor Is Not Honest and He Is Part of the Opposition.
* Sudanese/Turkish Talks in Khartoum.
* South Kordofan Governor: The Gold of the State Is Smuggled to South Sudan.
* Communication Minister: Shifting to the Smart Government by 2020

*  Mutaz: The Resignation of the Ethiopian Premier Doesn’t Affect the GERD Talks.
* FVP Directs Setting Practical Vision of Expatriates Housing.
* Parliament Summons Minister of Transport on Al-Fashir-Kutum.
* Attorney General Participates in Criminal Justice Meetings in London.