* Ahmed Bilal: It Is My Right to Express My Personal Views
* Hamdi Proposed Deal of US$100 Billion with Trump.
* US Companies Desire to Invest in Oil Industry in Sudan.
* Police Authorities Deny Kidnapping Incidents.
* Al Bashir to UAE Tomorrow.
* Parliament Demands Detailed Report on Five Years Economic Programme.
* S. Sudan Recruits 17 Thousand Child Soldiers.
* Egyptian PM in Khartoum by the End of July.
* Al Bashir to Visit Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.
* Police Authorities Warn against Rumours.
* Minister of Minerals Visits Northern State.
* Central Darfur Government Calls on UN to Investigate Children Recruitment by Armed Groups.
* Information Minister: No New Policies on Gulf Crisis and GERD.
* Foreign Trade Ministry Stresses Implementation of COMESA Projects.
* US Companies Belittle the Impact of Sanctions’ Extension.
* Sudan Airways Retirees Receive their Entitlements.
* Atlantic Council Calls on US Administration to Remove Sudan from Terrorism Sponsoring States List.
* Parliament Speaker Addresses African Parliamentarians Network.
* National Youth Union Conference Kicks-off in Gezira State.
* Tahani Abdalla Return to Khartoum after Participating in Arab Communications Ministers Meeting.
* National Dialogue Mechanism: Washington Decision Wouldn’t Defeat the National Dialogue Outcomes Implementation.
* 105346 Students Apply for the Universities Electronically.
* Egyptian Authorities Impose New Water Tariff in Halayeb.
* Complaints in Gezira State over the Hikes of Government School Fees by 75%.
* Mubarak Al-Fadil: Extension of US Sanctions Victory to Sudanese Diplomacy.
* MP: Al-Tayeb Mustafa Uses the Parliament for Intellectual Agendas.
* Iraqi Embassy in Khartoum Celebrates Liberation of Mosul.
* Kasha Calls for Unification of Ranks to Confront US Sanctions.
* Parliament Asks Justice Minister on Human Rights Status
* Information Minister: I didn’t Intend to Insult Al-Jazeera TV Channel.
* National Dialogue Mechanism Intensifies Efforts of Implementation.
* US Expert: Next October the Final Lifting of Sanctions.
* MP: SDG 75 Million of Pilgrims Fees Go to the Pockets of Executives.