Sudan Travel Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. The Angel: The Egyptian Spy Who Saved Israel,' by Uri...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2016 | SFGate

    I have always enjoyed spy novels by greats like John le Carr , Alan Furst and Eric Ambler . Yet truth can be stranger than fiction, and "The Angel," by Uri Bar-Joseph, is a nonfiction work that contains all the essential elements of spy tradecraft: a high-placed source whose motivations are suspect, rivalries between different intelligence agencies, exotic geographic locales and the suspicious "accidental" death of the spy at the heart of it all.

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    Nov 19, 2016 | The Cyprus Weekly

    I have recently returned from another long weekend in one of my favourite cities - Cairo. Dusty and noisy and chaotic, to me it still has something very charming.

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  3. 3 events to brighten your weekend as winter sets inRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2016 | CBC News

    Mary's Odyssey - The Laurier Years is an interactive play steeped in history, where guests get to wander amid the art and antiques of Laurier House in search of a lost treasure, all under the guidance of Mary, Sir Wifrid Laurier's maid. The audience will travel back in time to Nov. 19, 1901, as Canada's seventh prime minister is celebrating his birthday.

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  4. Sudan set to turn Red Sea island into tourism resortRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2016 | Xinhuanet

    Sudan's Sanganeb Island in Red Sea is a global wealth that should be preserved and developed into a tourism resort, said Secretary-General of United Nations World Tourism Organization Taleb Rifai Wednesday. He called for briefing the world on the island and providing the necessary requirements to make use of it as a tourist destination, he told Xinhua.

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  5. Delightful New Cookbook Chronicles Flavors Of Egypt's HomecookingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2016 | Egypt Today

    Dyna Eldaief's The Taste of Egypt is more than just a collection of recipes and pretty pictures. There's so much of the Egyptian-Australian food blogger's experience in there that it's almost a culinary journal, featuring tips and precious tidbits about Egyptian homecooking and food traditions.

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  6. Egypt reopens pharaoh's tombRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2016 | Vanguard

    The tombs of Queen Nefertari and King Seti I in the ancient Upper Egyptian city of Luxor, dating back to the New Kingdom era, will reopen to tourists after being closed for several years, Egyptian antiquities officials said last week. The two famous pharaonic sites, both with a history of more than 3,000 years, have been closed years ago for restoration as a result of increased humidity caused by visitors, which is harmful to the exquisite wall paintings in the burial chambers.

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  7. The UN and Temple DenialRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2016 | American Thinker

    On November 8, in a direct attack at the heart of Judaism and the Jewish People, the United Nations General Assembly passed two resolutions that mentioned the "Haram al Sharif" but not its Jewish synonym "the Temple Mount" as one of the "holy places of Jerusalem." This followed an October 26 resolution by the World Heritage Committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization , which called Israel an "occupying power" of the Temple Mount and the Western Wall Plaza, and demanded that Israel stop building and excavating in the Old City of Jerusalem.

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  8. President Trump's Realpolitik Middle East OpportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2016 | American Thinker

    If there is one thing that President-elect Trump may do right, it is apply some Realpolitik to the Mideast. It may be the only possible way to deal with the matter.

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  9. African giants set to clash in 2018 World Cup qualifiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2016 | BBC News

    Nigeria host Algeria and Ghana travel to Egypt in two of this weekend's biggest African qualifying matches for the 2018 World Cup. Algeria, ranked third in the continent behind the Ivory Coast and Senegal, face resurgent Group B pacesetters Nigeria in Uyo on Saturday.

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  10. Feature: Chinese embassy gives hand to needy people in SudanRead the original story

    Nov 9, 2016 | Xinhuanet

    For more than four years, the Chinese Embassy in Khartoum and Sanad Charity Foundation, a Sudanese non-governmental organization, have implemented a number of social initiatives in support of thousands of the needy, where their partnership served as a bridge for the deeply-rooted Sino-Sudanese ties. The joint social initiatives covered fields including education, health, water and electricity in addition to other projects that targeted the vulnerable people in Sudanese society.

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  11. Creating a learning center for the trash collectors of CairoRead the original story

    Nov 9, 2016 | Curbed

    Welcome back to The Architect's City , a monthly series inviting an emerging architect to reimagine an existing structure in his or her city, submitting a speculative proposal for Curbed readers. This month, a not-yet-implemented proposal for a learning center for the zabaleen , the trash collectors of Cairo, Egypt.

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  12. US urges caution in SudanRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2016 | Iol.co.za

    The United States on Tuesday asked its nationals in Sudan to take caution against possible protests following recent government decisions to increase prices of fuel and electricity. A release by the US Embassy in Khartoum Tuesday asked the US nationals "to review personal security plans, remain aware of your surroundings, including local events, and monitor local news stations for updates."

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  13. Your professionalism is not my professionalism: congruence and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | BioMed Central

    Medical professionalism is an essential aspect of medical education and practice worldwide and it must be adopted according to different social and cultural contexts. We examined the current congruence and variance in the perception of professionalism in undergraduate medical students and faculty members in one medical school in Saudi Arabia.

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  14. Hot dogs, hamburgers and the US election in Tel AvivRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2016 | Jerusalem Post

    From a non-scientific survey conducted by this reporter, the Dan Panorama atmosphere did not appear to reflect divisive American politics - most attendees appeared to support Hillary Clinton. US Embassy's election party held Tuesday night at the Dan Panorma Hotel in Tel Aviv .

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  15. Egypt to Face Pain Before Gain After Massive Currency DevaluationRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | Voice of America

    The pain of Egypt's currency devaluation may be felt well before the benefits, creating a period of at least several months in which there is little positive news to offset rising inflation and falling living standards, businessmen and economists say. By bringing the Egyptian pound down to levels which the markets consider fair value, the devaluation promises to attract fresh capital into the country and end a hard currency shortage that has plagued the economy for years.

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  16. Beyond borders: Schools add global flavour to learningRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    Born and educated in Canada, 21-year-old Mouhoubo Olhaye is fluent in English and Arabic, speaks a little French and has lived and studied in Egypt. In choosing a graduate business degree, the self-described "global citizen" with ambitions to work abroad says she wanted "something challenging that would enable me to leave my comfort zone."

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  17. Sudan Denies Allegations On Chemical Weapon Usage, Says It's BaselessRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2016 | Malaysian National News Agency

    Sudan refutes allegations by Amnesty International that its government used chemical weapons in Jebel Marra, Darfur which resulted in more than 200 deaths in the area. "The allegations of using chemical weapons by Sudanese Armed Forces is baseless and fabricated," the Sudan Foreign Ministry said in a statement made available to Bernama by its embassy here.

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  18. Chinese teacher counts on culture exchangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | This Week Community News

    Wang Zheng, a teacher from Beijing, China, leads a third-grade class at Ridgewood Elementary School in a counting exercise last week. Zheng is spending an entire academic year at Ridgewood teaching all students Chinese language and culture.

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  19. Program brings Mandarin to Jersey City charter school kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    Cuilian Shi has quite a unique educational perspective - she's taught English to children in China for 11 years, and now she's teaching Mandarin to children in Jersey City. Shi, a Chinese citizen, has been teaching Mandarin to middle school students at the Learning Community Charter School in Jersey City, after just recently moving to the U.S. All of her living expenses, salary, and travel expenses are paid by the highly competitive Teachers of Critical Languages Program grant, an initiative of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State.

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  20. Jersey City charter school teaching Mandarin after receiving competitive grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    JERSEY CITY - Cuilian Shi has quite a unique educational perspective - she's taught English to children in China for 11 years, and now she's teaching Mandarin to children in Jersey City. Shi, a Chinese citizen, has been teaching Mandarin to middle school students at the Learning Community Charter School in Jersey City, after just recently moving to the U.S. All of her living expenses, salary, and travel expenses are paid by the highly competitive Teachers of Critical Languages Program grant, a initiative of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State The TCLP brings native-speaking teachers from China or Egypt to U.S. schools to teach Mandarin or Arabic.

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