Sudan

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

September 19, 2002

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Sudan’s Minister of Guidance and Endowments, Dr. Esam Ahmed Al Bashir left Abu Dhabi Wednesday following a three-day visit during which he held talks

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The general director of atomic energy in Syria, Ibrahim Othman asserted that the unprecedented dangerous escalation in the Middle East confirms the ex

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Hamas is continuing to train bomb-making experts, popularly known as "engineers," according to Israeli sources.

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A court in north Cairo has postponed the first lawsuit of its type filed against the Egyptian TV demanding for five million pounds compensation

September 17, 2002

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A military strike against Iraq is "imminent" and will be launched from United States bases in some Arab states, Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Isma

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The lawyer of Iran's most famous male dancer has announced that a court of appeal in Tehran threw down the 10-year suspended prison sentence given to the dancer last may