May 11, 2008
Sudan cut diplomatic ties with Chad on Sunday after an attack on the Sudanese capital by Darfur rebels which it said was backed by Chadian President I
February 26, 2008
The Sudanese Trade Ministry has announced a national boycott of Danish products for reprinting the cartoons that depict Prophet Muhammad.
January 8, 2008
A US$212 million-loan agreement was signed on Sunday between a Kuwaiti fund for development and the Sudanese government to finance the additional projects of Roseires Dam in eastern Sudan.
January 1, 2008
An American was injured in the chest in a shooting at a vehicle that belongs to the U.S. embassy in Sudan. He later died of his wounds.
December 3, 2007
A British teacher jailed for naming a teddy bear Mohammed on Monday said she is "sad to be leaving Sudan" after being granted a full presidential pard
October 25, 2007
Leading Middle East MEP contractor Drake & Scull has just been awarded a US$21 million contract to provide MEP services for a major new building development in Khartoum - The Wahat Al Khartoum Towers
September 5, 2007
Nearly 1,000 people have had acute watery diarrhoea (AWD) spread by flood waters in eastern Sudan, and 58 of them have died
August 28, 2007
US$5 million grant to UNICEF will strengthen systems and capacity to tackle preventable disease
August 19, 2007
Israel on Sunday returned to Egypt 50 Sudanese refugees who had entered the country illegally the previous day, a senior official said.
August 6, 2007
In a sportive gathering of current and former club Presidents, members of the Omani Olympic Committee, sports personalities and members of the press,
July 22, 2007
Egyptian police shot and killed a Sudanese woman and seriously injured four others Sunday on the Sinai Peninsula as they tried to sneak into Israel, a
July 15, 2007
Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) announced the detention of former assistant to the president, Mubarak Al Fadil Al Mahadi an
July 3, 2007
Egyptian police on Tuesday detained 20 Sudanese, including women and infants, from the war-torn Darfur region as they tried to make an illegal crossin
June 27, 2007
Sudan's powerful presidential adviser Dr. Majzoub al-Khalifa died in a car accident in northern Sudan, a presidential source said on Wednesday.
June 11, 2007
Humanitarian workers will be able to keep flying to remote locations in Darfur, thanks to a hefty US$18 million package of new contributions from seve