al-Taghyeer Daily Media Monitor

– Civil aviation rules out airport closure, bars entry to arrivals from 3 countries
– Investigations with military component on sit-in dispersal commences. al-Atta testifies
– IGAD Summit Concludes: Recommendations to call off Sudan’s Debt, Back up Ethiopia
– University of Khartoum recovers land plot taken by deposed president
– Ministry of Finance announces new fuel prices
– Chief of Staff: Armed Forces sole guarantor to country’s stability, security
– Communist party’s launches Seven convention from ad-Dmazin
– Trade unions’ Central Bureau: Labour ministry ignored Trade-Unions’ Draft Law
– Demands to double government interest in al-Fashaga recovered areas
– Resolution to recover UoK’s ‘Barracks’ dorms, surrounding facilities
– Civil Forces Alliance Member: Streets’ influence shrank by external, military alliances

News brief
In its header, Alsudani Aldawliyya reports seizure by the Sudanese armed forces of Khorshid, last point bordering Ethiopia for the first time in 20 years, following intense clashes with Ethiopian pro-government militias. In the same context, the daily reports Army’s Commander in Chief Lt., Gen. al-Burhan ending a 3-day visit to eastern military zone. Another headline reports kick-start of investigations by the national independent committee, NIC, on the sit-in dispersal that took place June 2019 before Army’s headquarters in Khartoum, citing informed sources who told the daily that a two-hour questioning yesterday at the republican palace with TSC’s member Lt., Gen. Yasser al-Atta. In the same context, al-Tayyar reports NIC’s scheduled investigations with top military brass, particularly TSC members, beginning with Lt., Gen. al-Atta, formerly member of the Military Council. al-Tayyar also reports Civil Aviation Authority’s barring of flights coming from Holland, UK and South Africa as precautionary measures against new Covid strain. Al-Jareeda reports FFC-Central Bureau’s meeting on the formation of the new legislative council and cabinet’s nominations. al-Intibaha’s header reports on 2021-budget cuts on all sectors, including health and education, while maintaining past year’s budget for all military sectors. It also reports Human Rights Watch accusations of the Rapid Support Forces’s excessive use of force killing 7 in Kassala State last October.

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