Sudan

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

July 31, 2002

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Up to 300 people have been killed and up to 100,000 people displaced during an attack by government forces and allied militia on an oil-rich county in

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United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan is expected to meet Cyprus President Glafcos Clerides and Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash on Septembe

July 30, 2002

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Assistant Secretary General of the Ba’ath Arab Socialist Party, Abdullah Al-Ahmar, and the Sudanese National Congress Party Secretary General, Ibrahim

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Turkey has unexpectedly decided to re-launch talks with a Russian-Israeli consortium, seeking to explore the possibility of co-producing 50 attack helicopters. The decision followed two years of negot

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Batelco is currently spending BD150,000 ($397,800) every month—BD5,000 a day—to make the Internet available to the people of Bahrain. The cost went up by BD50,000 per month this week after Batelco bou

July 29, 2002

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Sudan’s Vice President Ali Osman Mohammed Taha began a visit to Egypt on Sunday to brief Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on the peace accord between

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The head of Egyptian TV's news department Mohammed al-Wakil is to go on trial on October 27 in a high state security court on corruption charges, cour

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The Sudanese government and rebel groups in control of the country’s south signed an interim deal last week that is hoped to bring an end to a bloody 20-year civil war. Following the signing, US compa

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The Sudanese government and rebel groups in control of the country’s south signed an interim deal last week that is hoped to bring an end to a bloody 20-year civil war. Following the signing, US compa

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The Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchange (CASE) registration committee has advocated the de-listing of building, construction and civil Engineering company Mahmoudia Contracting (MGCC)’s shares from th

July 28, 2002

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Uganda and Sudan have decided to upgrade diplomatic representation between the two countries to the ambassadorial level.   The move came in light of t