Headlines of Khartoum Newspapers on June 5, 2013

Khartoum, June 5, 2013 (SUNA) Following are main headlines of local newspapers on Wednesday:

62 killed and injured in a bus-truck collision at al Gitaina (White Nile)
Ministry of Health: New 2500 AIDS cases
Situations of 3 million Sudanese in Iraq settled

Al Sudani:
Taha directs authorities to implement project of providing Port-Sudan with Nile water
9 million Sudanese use smokeless tobacco (toombak)

Al Grar:
A call for fuelling tribal strife in Sudan and Ethiopia launched during conference at the Egyptian Presidency Palace
Al Baradei apologizes to Sudan and Ethiopia over improper statements at the

Al Ayam:
Al Mutafie: Wheat stock covers three months
National Congress: There is no solution for Abyei issue in isolation of the protocol
Ministry of Industry: Economic policies make the factories producing only 20% instead of 100%

Al Watan:
Confrontation between Ministry of Industry and MPs, the latter hint at aborting sugar factories privatization
Fire destroys 2000 palm trees at Northern State (al Shamalia)

Al Sahafa:
Lam Akol's Party calls for arming Ngok Dinka of Abyei
National Congress: 95% of the Blue Nile area is free of rebellion
Al Shaab (People) Hospital starts receiving persons who want to quit smoking

Al Akhbar:
Memo from Umma Party to the Presidency on overcoming the political crisis
Al Geneina (Darfur) radio tower collapsed


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