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Monday, 05 March 2018

Daily Arabic Newspapers Headlines Wednesday 28th February, 2018

* Details on the Reshuffle Amid SAF, Abdul Marouf Appointed Chief of Staff

* Kuwaiti Labour Minister in Khartoum for Recruitment of Sudanese Nationals.
* Eila: I Didn’t Receive Official Notice on My Appointment in Federal Government.
* CBOS Allows Banks to Resume Real Estate Financing.

Akhbar Al-Youm
* AUPSC Give Mediation 3 Months to Resume Darfur Negotiations.
* Ambassadors Conference Continues in Close Sessions.
* Army Seizes Illegal Weapons in Galabat Locality.
* Presidency Discusses Arrangements for the Upcoming Stage till 2020.

* International Cooperation Minister Expects More Openness in Dealing with Sudan.
* British Expert: Sudanese Police Is Still Preserving Its Heritage.
* EU Launches Bridging the Gap on the Rights of Persons of Disabilities in Sudan.
* Presidency Affirms Concern on Upgrading Workers’ Skills.

Al-Youm Al-Tali
* Minister : We Are against Politicization of Culture
* France Affirms Support to AU Roadmap to Realize Peace in Sudan.
* Experts: Sudan Is the Most Affected by Climate Change.
* Russia Honours Sudanese Army Officers.

* NCP Deputy Chairman Meets Ali Osman Mohammed Taha.
* Information Minister Reveals Amendments in Press Act.
* Kamal Omer Suspends His Activity in the Parliament.
* Experts Propose Subjecting Those Who Want to Marry to Training Courses.
Al-Ray Al-Aam
* Petroleum Minister: 50% Deficit on Daily Consumption of Fuel.
* Trends to Amend Divorce Article in the Sudanese Laws.
* Al-Mahdi: My Father Discusses with Israeli Officials the Possibility of Joint Cooperation.
* South Sudanese Troops Build up Near Abyei

* Khartoum Files Complaint to UNSC against Cairo.
* Army Aborts Sabotage Attempt on UN Airplane in West Darfur.
* Parliament: Egypt Insists to Involve Sudan in Human Organs Trafficking.
* 270 Chadian IDPs Returned to Chad from Central Darfur.

* Eila: Al Bashir is the Safe Valve.
* Workers Union Demands Cancellation of 2020 Elections.
* FVP Briefed on Press Council Performance.
* Official Statistics: More than 5 Million Sudanese Working Abroad.
* 10 Thousand Divorce Cases in Khartoum in 2027.