Sudan’s Burhan sacks senior intelligence officers

Published by Al-ArabySudan's military leader has overhauled top intelligence positions, dismissing at least eight general intelligence officers and replacing the head of military intelligence, two official sources told Reuters on Sunday. The decision by Sovereign Council head Abdel Fattah al-Burhan comes a week after he struck a deal to reinstate Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, who had been placed under house arrest in an Oct 25 coup. Of the officers dismissed,…

‫أوبو تُكلل نجاح شراكتها الإقليمية مع المجلس الدولي للكريكيت بسحب على جوائز ضخمة لعملائها

·  احتفالاً بشراكتها مع المجلس الدولي للكريكيت في المنطقة، أعلنت أوبو   “OPPO” عن سحب على جوائز لكل عملائها الذين قاموا بشراء أي هاتف من سلسلة رينو6 “Reno6” ، وتشمل الجوائز هواتف ذكية، وتذاكر لحضور مباريات الكريكيت، وغيرها   المزيد من الجوائز الرائعة.  دبي، الإمارات العربية المتحدة, 28 نوفمبر / تشرين ثاني 2021 /PRNewswire/ — فتها الشريك العالمي للمجلس الدولي للكريكت، حظيت العلامة التجارية العالمية التكنولوجية أوبو  “OPPO”بكل الفخر كونها…

European migration officials meet after Channel tragedy

Published by Al-ArabyTop European migration officials are holding an emergency meeting Sunday in the French port of Calais to find ways to better fight migrant smuggling, after 27 people died trying to cross the English Channel to Britain in an overcrowded inflatable boat. UK officials will be notably absent from the gathering at the Calais City Hall, after Wednesday’s sinking prompted a new political crisis between Britain and France. The…

Sudan: Thousands march despite PM Hamdok’s promises

KHARTOUM, Nov 28 (NNN-ALLAFRICA) — Thousands of citizens are marching across the country, despite assurances from Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok that he will step down if the Sudanese people see that the political agreement does not serve their interests.   Rayan Ma’mon from the Khartoum Resistance Commitee said people are still as committed “to take down the militia rule”, especially after promises of no force during the protests were not…

Sudan says ‘several’ troops killed by Ethiopian forces

KHARTOUM, Nov 28 (NNN-AGENCIES) — Sudan’s army said Saturday “several” soldiers had been killed in an attack by armed groups and militias linked to the Ethiopian military in a disputed fertile border region.   Relations between Khartoum and Addis Ababa have soured over Al-Fashaqa, a border zone long cultivated by Ethiopian farmers but claimed by Sudan.   “Our forces tasked with securing the harvest in Al-Fashaqa… were attacked by groups…

Suspect COVID-19 med equipment seized in Sudan

Medical equipment to combat the COVID-19 pandemic has been seized from several factories in Sudan, on suspicion that they do not comply with standards and health requirements. Inspectors say they encountered some cases where equipment was being handled ‘in a very poor environment’.   In the first joint operation of its kind between the Sudanese Criminal Investigation Department (CID), INTERPOL and AFRIPOL, related to monitoring and control of medicines and…

CBK and CMA Launch an Awareness Campaign on Crypto Assets

The Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) in collaboration with the Capital Markets Authority (CMA) launched a joint financial literacy campaign regarding investing or dealing in crypto assets, or so-called “virtual currencies”.   In a joint statement, the CBK Governor, Dr. Mohammad Y. Al-Hashel, said that the campaign reflects social responsibility towards the public, and aims to raise awareness of the risks associated with crypto assets due to their sharp price…

Six soldiers killed in Ethiopian attack: Sudanese army

Published by Al-ArabySix Sudanese soldiers were killed on Saturday in an attack by Ethiopian forces on a Sudanese army post near the border between the countries, Sudanese military sources told Reuters. Sudan's army said in an earlier statement on Facebook that "groups of the Ethiopian army and militias attacked its forces in Al-Fashaga Al-sughra, which resulted in deaths ... our forces valiantly repelled the attack and inflicted heavy losses in…