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Zennaro freed in Sudan - Di Maio

Sudan's authorities on Monday released businessman Marco Zennaro from detention after he was held in the African country on fraud charges on 1 April, foreign minister Luigi Di Maio stated

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Vignali in Sudan visit over Zennaro case

Senior foreign ministry official Luigi Vignali will visit Sudan next week in a bid to prod its authorities to "rapidly" resolve the case of Veneto businessman Marco Zennaro, who was imprisoned there in April on fraud charges.

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Di Maio, Zaia striving to free Italian held in Sudan

Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio and Veneto governor Luca Zaia are working hard to bringing home businessman Marco Zennaro who has languished in jail in Sudan for over 50 days on fraud charges, Zaia stated on Wednesday.

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Sudan 'a strategic partner' for Italy

Italy backs the "democratic and economic transition" of Sudan, which is a "strategic" partner for fighting terrorism and illegal migration, foreign minister Luigi Di Maio stated on Tuesday.

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UN refugee chief Grandi in Sudan visit

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, is visiting Khartoum, capital of Sudan, where over 43,000 refugees have arrived from Ethiopia's conflict-hit Tigray region since early November.

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The Green Climate Fund's board on Friday approved $158.6 million of funding for new projects in Argentina, Guatemala and Sudan aimed at mitigatin greenhouse gas emissions, boosting resilience to climate change and combatting deforestation, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation said in a statement.

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Italy hails landmark peace deal in Sudan

Italy has welcomed the peace accord inked in the South Sudan's capital Juba at the weekend between Sudan's transitional government and rebel groups aimed at ending decades of war in which hundreds of thousands died.

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Italy flies 10 tonnes of emergency aid to Sudan

A flight left from southern Italy for Khartoum on Thursday carrying 10 tonnes of essential humanitarian supplies for victims of the devastating flooding in Sudan, the overseas aid department tweeted.

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WFP extends aid to families in flood-hit Sudan

The United Nations World Food Programme is scaling up its emergency food assistance to reach nearly 160,000 people hit by devastating floods that have affected nine states of Sudan, WFP said Thursday in a statement.

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Italy voices support for Sudan, underlines common ties

Italy wants to strengthen its enduring partnership with Sudan, a country that can play a key role in efforts to stabilise the Horn of Africa and Sahel regions, deputy foreign minister Emanuela Del Re tweeted on Thursday.

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