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Meetings of ASBU Committees Begin in Khartoum

Meetings of the Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) committees commenced here Thursday at Carinthia hotel as part of celebrations of the Union’s golden jubilee  and   convocation  of  the its general assembly  in Khartoum,  December 5-13  as the financial and administrative  committee held its 77th meeting. Head of the Committee, Luei …

Dozens killed, over a hundred injured in ceramic factory fire incident

Twenty three people were killed and over a hundred and thirty others have sustained injuries, some of them seriously, when fire broke and engulfed workers at a ceramic factory in Khartoum on Tuesday, while a tanker was offloading combustible gas inside the establishment.The Council of Ministers in a statement on…

Dozens killed, over a hundred injured in ceramic factory fire incident Dozens killed, over a hundred injured in ceramic factory fire incident

Manis Discusses Sudan Participation in Dubai Expo 2020

Minister of Cabinet Affairs Omar Bashixr Manis  headed  Thursday  at the Council of Ministers  meeting of the Preparatory Committee  on Sudan  participation in  Dubai Expo 2020. The Minister  indicated  to importance of  Sudan participation in the exhibition  and its crystal  role  in displaying  the  economic and social development as wells …

Manis Discusses Sudan Participation in Dubai Expo 2020 Manis Discusses Sudan Participation in Dubai Expo 2020
Meetings of ASBU Committees Begin in Khartoum

Meetings of the Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) committees commenced here Thursday at Carinthia hotel as part of celebrations of the Union’s golden jubilee  and   convocation  of  the its general assembly  in Khartoum,  December 5-13  as the financial and administrative  committee held its 77th meeting. Head of the Committee, Luei …

thumbnail Dozens killed, over a hundred injured in ceramic factory fire incident

Twenty three people were killed and over a hundred and thirty others have sustained injuries, some of them seriously, when fire broke and engulfed workers at a ceramic factory in Khartoum on Tuesday, while a tanker was offloading combustible gas inside the establishment.The Council of Ministers in a statement on…

thumbnail Manis Discusses Sudan Participation in Dubai Expo 2020

Minister of Cabinet Affairs Omar Bashixr Manis  headed  Thursday  at the Council of Ministers  meeting of the Preparatory Committee  on Sudan  participation in  Dubai Expo 2020. The Minister  indicated  to importance of  Sudan participation in the exhibition  and its crystal  role  in displaying  the  economic and social development as wells …

African migration what the numbers really tell us

Africa is often depicted in the media as a continent of mass exodus. Images of desperate Africans on overcrowded boats bound for Europe, or those of stranded migrants in transit countries such as Libya, are plastered across our television and computer screens. The often sensational and one-dimensional reporting on African international migrants has played a role in invoking fears of the so-called ‘flood’ of migrants to Europe’s shores.

These images, quite rightly, have drawn our collective attention to serious human rights abuses, as well as highlighting the dangerous situations that migrants can face when undertaking irregular migration. However, these images are increasingly at risk of being viewed as the norm. A more balanced examination of African migration is a pressing priority. The latest statistical estimates of international migrants produced by the UN can help.One of the most striking aspects about international migrants in Africa is that most move within the region. Contrary to much media coverage, the majority of Africans do not leave the continent. They largely move to neighbouring countries.Between 2015 and 2017, for example, the number of African international migrants living within the region jumped from 16 million to around 19 million. Within the same period, there was only a moderate increase in the number of Africans moving outside the continent, from around 16 million to 17 million.

 


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