Sudan

April 19, 2005

11:05 GMT

The acting head of the UN refugee agency, Wendy Chamberlin, is expected to  visit the Darfur region in western Sudan. The UNHCR said she would meet wi

April 17, 2005

09:15 GMT

Singer Agnes Chan said she had witnessed first-hand the hardships faced by displaced persons in Sudan's war-torn Darfur following a three-day tour of

April 11, 2005

22:27 GMT

Chad said it was suspending its efforts to mediate in the conflict in neighboring Sudan's western Darfur region until it withdrew armed men massed alo

April 10, 2005

April 4, 2005

March 27, 2005

08:01 GMT

Cambodia has pledged 1,000 troops, or one tenth of the total United Nations pledged peacekeeping force, for deployment in Sudan.

March 20, 2005

06:52 GMT

The United Nations World Food Programme has warned that many poor people in parts of Sudan may be short of food because of a poor cereal harvest and high prices of basic staples so the total number in

March 13, 2005

08:56 GMT

Sudan's Minister of Foreign Affairs Mustafa Osman Ismail arrived in Riyadh Sunday, <i>SPA</i> said.

March 10, 2005

12:01 GMT

AHBA a fifty year Saudi owned company in Sudan that specializes in aviation services and aircraft handling is undertaking a massive capital investment worth close to SR2,500,000 in equipment upgrades,

February 28, 2005

11:14 GMT

The Sudanese government announced that it will not normalize ties with Tel Aviv after the peace agreement reached with the People's Liberation Army (S

February 21, 2005

18:54 GMT

Sheikh Abdul-Rahim al-Buraei, a top Sufi Islamic cleric who wrote mystical poems and helped peace efforts in Sudan, has died at the age of 82, the gov

February 20, 2005

11:32 GMT

Two Britons had been detained by Darfur rebels in Sudan.

February 6, 2005

08:53 GMT

The government will not send Sudanese citizens or officials suspected of committing war crimes in the western province of Darfur to any international

February 3, 2005

13:51 GMT

A Sudanese cargo plane crashed on Thursday near Khartoum, killing all the crew -- one Sudanese and six Russians, <i>Reuters</i> reported.

February 1, 2005

11:01 GMT

Members of Sudan's parliament on Tuesday unanimously ratified the government's peace agreement with the southern rebels, formally sealing the end to A