Sudan forms a commission of inquiry into the violence in West Darfur

The Public Prosecution Office in Sudan issued a decision to form an investigation committee into the recent bloody events in West Darfur, which resulted in the death of dozens of people.

An international delegation calls on the Sudanese army to "release the detainees" and make "immediate progress" in forming the government

A statement issued by the Public Prosecution, yesterday, Friday, stated that "Prosecutor General Khalifa Ahmed issued a decision to form a committee to investigate and investigate the events in the locality of Krenik and the city of El Geneina in the state."

According to the statement, the committee's terms of reference include "investigating and investigating the events that occurred in the locality of Krenik and the city of El Geneina, which led to the death of citizens and damage to public and private property."

And also "examining the reasons that led to the outbreak of events in it and the measures taken by the local and state authorities," according to the same source.

The decision granted the committee “the powers of the Public Prosecution Office stipulated in the law and to submit reports to the court upon completion, and for the committee to carry out its competencies immediately, and to lift its work within two weeks.”

Earlier, the UN Security Council unanimously called (15 countries) to conduct a transparent investigation to hold accountable those responsible for the violence in West Darfur.

Sudan forms a commission of inquiry into the violence in West Darfur  The Public Prosecution Office in Sudan issued a decision to form an investigation committee into the recent bloody events in West Darfur, which resulted in the death of dozens of people.  An international delegation calls on the Sudanese army to "release the detainees" and make "immediate progress" in forming the government A statement issued by the Public Prosecution, yesterday, Friday, stated that "Prosecutor General Khalifa Ahmed issued a decision to form a committee to investigate and investigate the events in the locality of Krenik and the city of El Geneina in the state."  According to the statement, the committee's terms of reference include "investigating and investigating the events that occurred in the locality of Krenik and the city of El Geneina, which led to the death of citizens and damage to public and private property."  And also "examining the reasons that led to the outbreak of events in it and the measures taken by the local and state authorities," according to the same source.  The decision granted the committee “the powers of the Public Prosecution Office stipulated in the law and to submit reports to the court upon completion, and for the committee to carry out its competencies immediately, and to lift its work within two weeks.”  Earlier, the UN Security Council unanimously called (15 countries) to conduct a transparent investigation to hold accountable those responsible for the violence in West Darfur.  And last Friday, tribal violence erupted in the state, killing 176 people and wounding 220 others, according to the (non-governmental) Central Committee of Sudan Doctors.  According to the Darfur Bar Association, the violence in the state resulted in the displacement of 20,000 people.  Ojjeh areas in Darfur witness from time to time bloody clashes between Arab and African tribes, as part of conflicts over land, resources, water and grazing paths.  Source: Anatolia     Egyptian water expert: Concrete rises on both sides of the Renaissance Dam (photos)  The Egyptian water expert, Abbas Sharaki, said that the concrete on both sides of the Renaissance Dam has risen, and that the third storage will reach 10.5 billion cubic meters.  Abbas Sharaki added to RT: "It is noticed through satellite images that the concrete rises on both sides of the Renaissance Dam, and some of the main parts on both sides of the dam have been raised to a level of 605 meters above sea level, especially the areas surrounding the middle corridor, provided that the settlement will be done later."  He continued, "The middle corridor remains the same at the level of 576 meters, and the focus will be on its elevation during the next two months with the aim of reaching a level of 595 meters, which allows storing about 10.5 billion cubic meters, to supplement the total storage to 18.5 billion cubic meters, which was targeted during the past two years."  Egyptian water expert: Concrete rises on both sides of the Renaissance Dam (photos) The expert said: "The concrete works will continue until the flood occurs above the middle passage at the end of next July, with the continued opening of one of the two drainage gates that allow the passage of about 30 million cubic meters per day, increasing to 50 million cubic meters as the level of the lake rises during the flood."  Egyptian water expert: Concrete rises on both sides of the Renaissance Dam (photos) He added: "The amount of the third storage depends on the extent of the height at which the ramping works will stop when the flood arrives. Although the third storage, whether limited or complete, will not harm Egypt waterily, it is a fourth violation (after two storages and a turbine operation) of international agreements and announcing The principles of the Renaissance Dam of 2015, and international norms and principles, which is a continuation of Addis Ababa’s policy of imposing a fait accompli that is strongly rejected by both Cairo and Khartoum.  Source: RT


And last Friday, tribal violence erupted in the state, killing 176 people and wounding 220 others, according to the (non-governmental) Central Committee of Sudan Doctors.

According to the Darfur Bar Association, the violence in the state resulted in the displacement of 20,000 people.

Ojjeh areas in Darfur witness from time to time bloody clashes between Arab and African tribes, as part of conflicts over land, resources, water and grazing paths.

Source: Anatolia

Egyptian water expert: Concrete rises on both sides of the Renaissance Dam

The Egyptian water expert, Abbas Sharaki, said that the concrete on both sides of the Renaissance Dam has risen, and that the third storage will reach 10.5 billion cubic meters.

Abbas Sharaki added to RT: "It is noticed through satellite images that the concrete rises on both sides of the Renaissance Dam, and some of the main parts on both sides of the dam have been raised to a level of 605 meters above sea level, especially the areas surrounding the middle corridor, provided that the settlement will be done later."

He continued, "The middle corridor remains the same at the level of 576 meters, and the focus will be on its elevation during the next two months with the aim of reaching a level of 595 meters, which allows storing about 10.5 billion cubic meters, to supplement the total storage to 18.5 billion cubic meters, which was targeted during the past two years."

The expert said: "The concrete works will continue until the flood occurs above the middle passage at the end of next July, with the continued opening of one of the two drainage gates that allow the passage of about 30 million cubic meters per day, increasing to 50 million cubic meters as the level of the lake rises during the flood."

He added: "The amount of the third storage depends on the extent of the height at which the ramping works will stop when the flood arrives. Although the third storage, whether limited or complete, will not harm Egypt waterily, it is a fourth violation (after two storages and a turbine operation) of international agreements and announcing The principles of the Renaissance Dam of 2015, and international norms and principles, which is a continuation of Addis Ababa’s policy of imposing a fait accompli that is strongly rejected by both Cairo and Khartoum.

Source: RT
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