News Headlines, 21 February 2021


–          Nabil Adib reveals new information regarding al-Burhan and Daglo interrogation.

–          A trend to reprocess “Boko Haram” unregulated vehicles in GIAD factories.

–          Ardol: obstacles regarding waiving immunity for officials involved in gold trafficking.


–          A trend to cede Legislative Council presidency to SRF

–          Sudan: Ethiopian troops went to a third-party to transgress our land.


–          Nabil Adib: the AU apologized to provide logistical support.

–          Resistance Committees: we will not call for overthrowing the government in an ad hok manner.


News Brief

Al-Tayar reports that Head of the national investigation commission of the 3 June Khartoum massacre, Nabil Adib, reveals for the first time information about the course of investigation with the Head of the Sovereignty Council, Abdul Fattah al-Burhan, and his Deputy, Mohamed Hamdan Daglo.

The paper reliably informed that authorities will proceed to transmit “Boko Haram” unregulated vehicles to GIAD factory for disposal.

Director of the Sudanese Mineral Resources Company, Mubarak Ardol, says that they encounter hurdles to waive immunity of government officials to complete trial proceedings of those involved in the high-profile gold trafficking case, according to al-Tayar.

Al-Hadatha says that Forces for Freedom & Change (FFC) is discussing the Transitional Legislative Council functions with the Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF), and hinted at the possibility that presidency could go to SRF.

It also reports that Sudan accuses the Ethiopian invading forces by using a third-party to encroach its territories; adding that Sudan does not confide the Ethiopian Peacekeeping Force (UNISFA) in its southern borders.

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