Sudan

October 5, 2002

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Israeli soldiers enforcing a curfew clashed with dozens of young Palestinian stone-throwers Saturday, and a 14-year-old boy was shot dead.

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After returning from his promotion tour in Australia, Egyptian singer Mustafa Amar went in real shock as he came back to find an official warning filed by the production company he works with

October 3, 2002

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Riyadh-based World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) has called on all Muslims and philanthropists to rush humanitarian aid to the Sudanese people, nota

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A tremor measuring 2.8 on the Richter scale hit the northern and eastern parts of Lebanon on Thursday, according to Lebanese police.   The earthquake

October 1, 2002

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The Sudanese government is considering lifting a nine-day ban it has imposed on relief flights in parts of southern Sudan, a government humanitarian a

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The two delegations representing the Al-Baath Arab socialist party in Syria and the Labor socialist party in Romania signed on Monday an agreement on

September 26, 2002

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Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, the UAE President's Wife and President of the UAE General Women's Union, GWU, has received a cable of condolences from Fa

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Oman’s foreign minister Yusef bin Alawi Abdullah al-Wazeer is expected to visit the republic of Yemen within the first week of October, the 26 Septemb

September 24, 2002

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On Monday, rebels in Sudan accused Khartoum of killing thirty people and injuring dozens of others when its war planes bombed villages in three region

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The father of a Sudanese pilot suspected of planning anti-American attacks and detained in the US denied the charges and said his son was "too meek to

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Former Miss Lebanon, Nicole Baradwil, is still creating controversy in Egypt over her new program "Samme'na Sawtak" (Let's Hear Your Voice), which is airing on Egypt’s Channel 2

September 23, 2002

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Ericsson has signed a turnkey contract for expansion of a GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) network in Sudan with Mobitel, a company jointly owned by Sudatel and MSI Cellular Holdings of th

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Ericsson Enterprise has been chosen as a supplier of equipment and solutions to Shiraz Electronic Industries (SEI) in Iran. Ericsson will provide converged solutions for voice and data to enterprises

September 22, 2002

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Baton-wielding police scattered hundreds of high school students who demonstrated on Saturday in Omdurman protesting an increase in the price of bread

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An airplane chartered by a group of Dutch lawyers supporting a dissident Tunisian colleague has been denied landing rights by Tunisia, the Dutch forei