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The Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) has announced its readiness to engage in dialogue with the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) provided the government ends civil wars and creates an environment conducive for dialogue. The SCP leading figure,
The State government which brought a legislation on SC and ST Sub Plan with much fanfare for making mandatory fund allocation in the budget and its utilisation on the basis of population ratio of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes has failed to do
In particular, they are concerned about rising crime rates, public nuisance and a squeeze on jobs, broadcaster Nos quotes the SCP as saying. Almost six out of 10 think eastern Europeans abuse the social security system and 47% think they are taking
A senior official at Sudan's opposition Popular Congress Party (PCP) has disclosed that the party leader, Hassan Al-Turabi, is being approached by influential figures in South Sudan to mediate the current political crisis in the fledgling republic...
Dutch households below poverty line, 11% of children are poor Tuesday 03 December 2013 At least 1.2 million people were living in poverty in the Netherlands last year, a rise of over 150,000 people on 2011, according to a new report. Research by the
THE sale of seven Tasmanian shopping centres to the SCA Property Group (SCP) is being hailed as one of the biggest real-estate deals in the state's history. SCP has picked up six Hobart-based centres and one from Launceston for $145.7 million for its
SCP Auctions has sold a 1920 Babe Ruth jersey for a record $4.4 million, dealt a Mickey Mantle rookie card and peddled LeBron James' size 16 shoes. But Vice President Dan Imler says one item from the company's upcoming auction stands out from
The Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) has directed harsh criticism at the National Congress Party (NCP) led government and held it accountable for the economic deterioration, emphasizing the need for working hard to overthrow the regime. Sudanese
It is the first time since the start of the financial crisis in 2008 that the economy and income have topped the list. Almost one in five told SCP researchers the economy was their biggest concern, while 16% opted for social contact and manners.
The Sudanese people are closely watching the cabinet meeting on Thursday for the possibility that it will formally approve the government's plans to remove fuel subsidies. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, center, and Vice President Ali Osman