Sudan

January 26, 2003

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Assistant secretary General of the al-Baath Arab Socialist Party, Abdullah al-Ahmar received in Damascus Saturday the head of the foreign relations de

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Saudi Basic Industries Corporation recorded annual profits of 2.84 billion Saudi riyals ($758.4 million) in 2002, a 60 percent increase over 2001 profits. The company also revealed quarterly profits o

January 22, 2003

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Asalah being the first Arab singer to perform in Sudan held a press conference in which she promised the audience that she would wear the traditional Sudanese dress while performing

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The first annual Middle East Electricity 2003 - the region's power generation and electricity industry show and conference - ends its three-day run, at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre (DIEC)

January 19, 2003

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UN arms experts found 3,000 undisclosed documents apparently relating to nuclear weapons technology in an Iraqi scientist's home, atomic agency chief

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The Sudanese government has consented to approve the $1.2-billion sale of Talisman Energy’s 25 percent interest in the Greater Nile Oil Project to ONGC Videsh, a subsidiary of India's state-owned Oil

January 14, 2003

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Sudan and Israel are cooperating on irrigation and agricultural development projects, despite the fact that the Islamic government of the east African state, blacklisted by the US as terror sponsoring

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Dubai-based integrated communications agency Face to Face has appointed Chris Bell as a partner and group account director, as part of a re-organization of the company's management and client servicin

January 12, 2003

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Iraq’s President Saddam Hussein received a cable from Sudanese counterpart Omar Hassan Ahmed Al-Basheer, in response to a prior cable sent by Hussein

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Americans in overwhelming numbers oppose unilateral U.S. military action, a recent national poll indicated. Despite these findings, the US administrat

January 9, 2003

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The Algerian army will get its first advanced weaponry from the United States soon to beef up a strategy against Islamic rebels now apparently on the

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Saudi Arabia will grant the Sudanese government $150 million to build a dam across the Nile River in Northern part of the country. The Merwe Hydro Dam Project is forecasted to produce 1,250 megawatts

January 8, 2003

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States such as Libya, Syria and possibly Sudan are quietly trying to acquire or expand secret arsenals of weapons of mass destruction, the CIA has war

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Five men were killed and others injured during tribal clashes and riots in different areas of Port Sudan following the stabbing to death of a tribal l

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Four Iraqi sailors arrested by Kuwait last month were repatriated Tuesday through the International Committee of the Red Cross, the ICRC said in a sta