Sudan

August 13, 2002

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Overthrowing Iraqi President Saddam Hussein militarily could alienate US allies and set a precedent that would not be in the interests of the US, acco

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British envoy for Sudan Alan Goulty arrived in Khartoum Monday for a two-day visit for talks on Sudan's peace process, aimed at ending the African cou

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Damascus Radio on Monday stressed that the aim of building the isolation wall, which Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is trying to build, is actual

August 12, 2002

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Talks aimed at putting an end to nearly twenty years of civil conflict in Sudan are due to resume in Kenya on Monday, in the wake of fresh hostilities

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Yemen and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as well as Iran, have sent home dozens of Saudi Arabians, suspected of fighting with the Taliban or belongin

August 11, 2002

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A summit of the Central African Republic (CAR), Chad and Sudan, originally planned to take place Monday in the Sudanese capital, has been postponed in

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America’s largest supplier of ammunition, Alliant Techsystems (ATK), has been awarded a $27 million contract from the US Army Operations Support Command, Rock Island, Ill., to assist the government of

August 7, 2002

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Two German aid workers kidnapped in southern Sudan last week arrived home Tuesday to a warm welcome by their families. Steffen Horstmeier and Ekkehard

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Only after tying a long-delayed water deal to a big arms purchase did Turkey manage to finalize the agreement with its strategic ally Israel. Although the deal’s cost is yet to be concluded, cash-stra

August 6, 2002

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The opera world’s high-profile “golden couple” sang at Baalbek Saturday night, giving the audience a taste of what is considered the best of live modern-day opera performers.

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Sudan exported some $292.6 million worth of non-oil products in the first half of 2002. Some 40 percent of the exported goods, worth $120 million, were agricultural products, reported the Sudanese Cus

August 1, 2002

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Sudan’s Information Minister Mahdi Ibrahim said during a visit to Cairo on Wednesday that his government's forces were involved in fighting in souther

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Sudanese rebels and government officials will push ahead with peace talks, officials said on Thursday.   Osama Mahjiub Hassan, second secretary at th

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On Thursday, Egypt said it supports Sudan’s unity. "Egypt will stand with Sudan's unity and its people's endeavors to enhance this unity," Foreign Mi

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The number of industrial companies established in Lebanon in the first half of 2002 reached 446, a 64 percent increase in business development compared to the same period last year, reported the Minis