Sudan

August 7, 2005

15:21 GMT

Director of Jordan's National Institute for Training (NIT) Osama Jaradat opened on Sunday three training courses for Sudanese employees working at var

August 2, 2005

16:38 GMT

According to BNA, president George W. Bush said the United States remains committed to the peace process in Sudan and urged its people to refrain from

August 1, 2005

19:22 GMT

A U.N. official said search teams on Monday located the site of a helicopter crash and a body they believe is that of Sudan's vice president, a former

15:26 GMT

The Jordanian government mourned on Monday the death of Sudanese First Vice-President John Garang, who was killed in a plane crash in southern Sudan.

July 27, 2005

07:50 GMT

Investcom Holding, the Beirut-based international telecommunications company, announced that it has launched its Areeba Network in Sudan to become the second mobile phone operator in the country. With

July 25, 2005

13:15 GMT

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomed Libya’s agreement to help cover the costs of its airlift of food aid to western Sudan’s D

July 24, 2005

15:24 GMT

The Emirates Telecommunication Corporation - Etisalat signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Sudan Company “Unity”, in order to launch its trai

July 10, 2005

July 9, 2005

13:45 GMT

According to JANA, Mohammed Othman alMirghani, chairman of the National Democratic Assembly in Sudan hailed the efforts made by the Leader of the Revo

July 6, 2005

14:36 GMT

According to JANA, The Leader of the Revolution and the UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, completed their talks and consultations on number of African

July 2, 2005

June 19, 2005

14:29 GMT

The United Nations World Food Programme said today that up to 3.5 million people – or more than half the entire population of western Sudan’s Darfur r

09:24 GMT

Outgoing Sudan Ambassador to Tehran Hamed Ali Mohammad al-Tani at the end of his tenure in Iran met in Tehran Saturday with Iran's First Vice-Presiden

May 27, 2005

18:29 GMT

Thousands of Muslims marched Friday in the Middle East, burning symbols of America to protest the desecration of the Quran by military personnel at a