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القوات المسلحة تعلن القضاء على خليل ابراهيم فى عملية بطولية

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Sudan Major Headlines of Newspapers 16-2-2012

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Khartoum, Feb 16, 2012 (SUNA) Following are the major headlines of local newspapers issued here Thursday:Sudan Newspapers

Al-Ray Alaam:
* Addis Ababa round of talks ended without reaching agreement on oil.
* President Al-Bashir visits the vocalist Wardi.
* UN Security Council calls for relief transportation to unstable regions in Sudan.

Akhir Lahza:
* The Opposition: Washington plans to wage war between Sudan and South Sudan.
* Police disperses violent clashes between some citizens and demoblized south Sudan soldiers.
* Al-Tahir: Sudan will achieve self-sufficiency in oil shortly.
* Some 79 killed and wounded during confrontations between the SPLA and the rebels at the Upper Nile.

Alwifag:
* Nafie: The South will witness the " African Spring" if it neglect building of its state.
* The government vows to reimburse dues of 7,000 Southerners.

Al-Khartoum:
* The Security Council calls Khartoum and Juba to return to dialogue.
* Foreigners counting started: expected changes in the passport act , 30,000 authorized foreigners.

Alrayid:
* The government asks concerned countries to show clear stances concerning the Sudan debts: many countries are willing to participate in the Sudan conference in Istanbul.
* Wali of Eastern Darfur took oath before President of the Republic.

Al-Ahdath:
* The National Congress: Obama promises to exempt Sudan debts are worthless.
* President of the Republic : suspicious organizations offer malicious relief to the country.

Al-Sudani:
* A Republican decree to affiliate Civil Aviation to the Defense Ministry.
* The parliament asks security authorities to provide it with information on spying acctivities in the country.

Alsahafa:
* Swar Al-Dahab: We succeeded in converting 17,000 persons to Islam, Al-Bashir: Dawa Organization has filled the gap left by the expelled organizations.
* Confirming existence of human trafficking networks: the Ministry of Internal Affairs admits difficulties to control foreigners existence in Sudan due to the vast borders.

Alahram Alyoum:
* Guidance Minister: Mossad is behind tombs destruction and Molid( Prophet Mohammed Birth Anniversary) incidents.
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