Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on May 21

Khartoum, May 21, 2013 (SUNA) Following are major headlines of local newspapers on Tuesday:Sudan Newspapers

Al Sahafa:

Army promises imminent victory over rebels

Ministry of Health affirms Sudan is free of meningitis

Al Jareeda:

Goash jail term renewed

Armed group stirs panic at Neyala

Al Migahar Alsiasi:

America: Nafie visit is as scheduled, meeting's agenda have been identified

Ministry of Health: Increase of meningitis cases may delay schools opening

Akhbar Alyoum:

Sponsored by British organization: Foreign Communication experts install spying devices in Kauda to help North Sector rebels

Nafie: Sudan exerts efforts to realize Arab food security

Al Hajj Adam: Students represent first defense line

Council of States adjourns session to work in mobilization against rebels

Akhir Lahza:

Ministry of Health warns citizens not to expose to sun heat directly

Al Bashir says Sudan is targeted because of its principles and stances asking the Armed Forces to move forward "conspiracies will do nothing but make us stronger

Al Sudani:

Government hands African Union documentary film on Aby Karshola incidents

Machar warns against probable collapse of South Sudan's Peoples' Movement

Al Intibaha:

Kampala proposes mediation between Khartoum and rebels

Karti leaves to Addis Ababa on Wednesday

Al Ayam:

12 suspected meningitis cases at Khartoum

Military experts stress implementation of protocol without foreign interference: Expectations on solution of Abyei crisis at al Bashir-Salva summit

Trial of Peoples' Movement detainees at Blue Nile started

Arab officials: Sudan is qualified to be bread basket for the region



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