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Sudan’s pyramids, nearly as grand as Egypt’s, go unvisited

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Pyramids at Meroe, some 200 kilometres north of Khartoum, are rarely visited despite being UNESCO World Heritage Site like those in Egypt.

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Omar al-Bashir keeps iron grip on Sudan against all odds
Sudan Politics

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Aside from years of horrendous crimes in Darfur region, Sudan is perhaps best known as having first sitting president wanted by ICC.

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MENA: Creating an environment where innovation and entrepreneurship can thrive


Launching a sustainable business goes well beyond learning how to draft a business plan or fill out a financing application.

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Saudi Arabia taking mining offshore in Sudan

Officials are looking at a 2014 start date for a major new mining venture, with plans moving forward for the Kingdom to cooperate with Sudan to exploit deposits deep beneath the Red Sea.

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IMF: Reform measures in Arab transition countries should minimize impact on the poor
The economic outlook for the Middle East and North Africa region is mixed. Most of the region’s oil-exporting countries are growing at healthy rates while the oil importers face subdued economic prospects,
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Sudan’s Bank of Khartoum to restart sukuk sales
Bank of Khartoum, Sudan’s oldest bank, plans to start selling Islamic corporate bonds, or sukuks, again as the economic outlook for African country improves in the wake
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South Sudan orders resumption of oil production
South Sudan has ordered oil companies to restart production immediately, ending its dispute with Sudan,
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More jobs in the Middle East and North Africa starts with a dynamic private sector
Aluminum shop making window frames received microloan from Social Welfare Fund for equipment. Republic of Yemen. Photo - Dana Smillie World Bank
An analysis of the quality of growth, and more specifically of the dynamics of the private sector is necessary to understand a region’s underperformance in job creation.
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Education and banking: New formula to fight poverty in the Arab world
The World Bank’s database Global Findex estimates that more than 2.5 billion people from around the world lack access to formal financial institutions,
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IMF urges emergency steps to stabilize Sudan economy
Sudan’s economy faces “daunting” challenges after the secession of oil-producing South Sudan and emergency measures are needed to stabilize it, the International Monetary Fund said.
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Sudan denies armed police still in Abyei
Sudan Politics
Sudan denied that armed police remain in the contested border territory of Abyei, after UN chief Ban Ki-moon and South Sudan urged the country to complete its pullout.
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Good governance in Arab world - Building for growth, not elites
Global Arab Network - The media is widely reporting the discovery of a labyrinth of air-conditioned tunnels under the Gadhafi complex. By the time Saddam Hussein was removed from power,
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33 % increase - Islamic finance assets to hit $ 1.1 trillion in 2012
Global Arab Network - Islamic finance assets around the world are expected to climb 33 percent from their 2010 levels to $1.1 trillion by the end of 2012,
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