Headlines of Newspapers issued in Khartoum on Sunday 23rd June 2013
Khartoum June 23rd (SUNA):
-Arrest of a gang steals blood from women to exploit Jinns.
-Dr. Nafie heads to China on invitation extended by Communist Party.
-Government Schools excel private schools in Sudanese Secondary School Certificate.
-Extraordinary sitting of AU Security and Peace Council to discuss relations between Sudan and South Sudan.
-Dr. Al-Haj Adam: Opposition alliance has nothing to give to country.
-Ministry of Education: Success rate reached 96.9.
-Government accuses opposition of spreading bad habits.
-Foreign Ministry attacks Washington and criticizes its attitudes towards Sudan.
-Many killed and wounded in renewed fights at Jebel Amer.
-Foreign Ministry: Dr. Nafie is not seek to visit Washington.
-Vice President: Rule will not be taken away except through elections.
-Dr. Nafie: I will not leave to Washington.
-Interior Ministry announces deportation of illegal resident foreigners.
-Upon receiving Minister of General Education Al-Bashir gives directive for concern with teachers and educational environment.
-Vice President: We will not accept Fifth Column (either white or red).
-Start of procedures for admission at universities.
-Juba intends to establish Dam at White Nile.
-Communist Party rejects Yasser Arman membership.
-Dr. AL-Haj Adam: Opposition aims to igniting internal conflicts with help of foreign organizations.
-Ulla and Ahmed realize to scores of Sudanese Certificate at rate of 96.9%.
-Northern State: Circles at mining areas are supporting rebellion.
-Dr. Al-Haj Adam: Opposition program of 100 days for overthrowing government is wasting of time only.
-Rally of Ansar Supporters' to be addressed by AL-Sadig AL-Mahdi.
-81 female students against 34 male students in Sudanese Certificate.
-Killing and wounding of 37 in renewed clashes in Jebel Amer.
-With participation of Justice Minister and a number of experts Arab Ministers of Justice to discuss Laws for Combating Terrorism and Human Trafficking.
Electricity Cooperation: No electricity power outages in Ramadan month.