July 14, 2002
Lieutenant General Athanasios Nicolodemos is the new Commander of the National Guard, the Republic's armed forces. He replaces Lieutenant General E
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) will grant the government of Sudan $800,000 for the development of the south’s Roseras Resevoir. The sum will finance the expansion of the reservoir’s storage capaci
The Algerian Fuels Corporation has signed seven oil and gas exploration contracts worth $105 million with foreign companies, reported the Algerian Energy and Mining Ministry.
July 11, 2002
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan arrived in Khartoum Wednesday for a two-day visit in which he is expected to hold talks with Sudan’s Presi
Australian Trade Minister Mark Vaile is due to arrive in Tripoli Thursday at the head of a major business delegation, the highest-profile Australian v
July 9, 2002
Britain's special envoy for Sudan has arrived in the capital of Khartoum for discussions with the government on ending the country's 19-year-old civil
North Korean number two Kim Yong-Nam is due to visit Libya after going to Indonesia this week, South Korean foreign ministry officials said Monday.
July 8, 2002
United Nations Security General Kofi Annan is expected to arrive in Khartoum next Wednesday on a short visit to Sudan, for talks with senior officials
Qatar’s Prime Minister, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Khalifa Al Thani left on Monday for Durban, South Africa, to take part, on behalf of the Emir of Qatar, in
July 6, 2002
Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz received on Friday a telephone call from Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmed Albasheer, SPA reported. In
A minibus and a truck collided head-on in southern Egypt Friday, killing all 18 people aboard the bus, police said.
July 4, 2002
A Sudan Airways cargo plane crashed into a residential district of the Central African Republic capital of Bangui on Thursday and at least 20 people w
The Lebanese singer Rida Butros returned from the Italian capital after she has wrapped up filming a video for her new song <I>A'llani</I> by Marwan Khoury.
July 3, 2002
Eighteen people, including women and children, drowned when a small boat capsized in the Blue Nile in eastern Sudan, a press report said Tuesday. Al
As Algeria prepares to celebrate forty years of independence from France on July 5th, tight security measures have been put in place in Algiers, where