Sudan

January 12, 2003

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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

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Egyptian folk singer Shaaban Abdul Rahim’s life and rise to stardom will be portrayed in a new film dedicated especially for him

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The Saudi Arabian Vegetable Oil Company (Savola) is planning to establish two new manufacturing plants in Morocco and Sudan, with a total investment of $10.6 million. The factories will jointly produc

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Oman is considering to open up the local property market to expatriates and foreign institutions, allowing them to invest in real estate and own properties in the Sultanate, recently stated Oman’s Min

January 1, 2003

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Sudanese Minister of Presidential Affairs Nafe Ali Nafe has praised Syria’s leading pan-Arab role under the leadership of Syrian President Bashar al-A

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Iranian Government spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said on Wednesday that Tehran would host more Iraqi refugees under UN supervision and along the bor

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The United Nations secretary general's personal envoy for the Sahara, James Baker, is expected to tour the Maghreb region in January to find a breakth

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Talisman Energy has delayed the transfer of its stake in Sudan’s Greater Nile Oil Project to India's Oil and Natural Gas Corporation. It was previously estimated that the sale could be completed by De

December 25, 2002

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The Sudanese government has ratified an international treaty banning nuclear tests, Foreign Minister Mustafa Ismail said on Tuesday.  The Sudanese min

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Civil rights groups sued the US government Tuesday to stop future detentions of Middle Eastern men under a new anti-terrorism policy that led to hundr