June 17, 2002
CardioDynamics, Impedance Cardiography (ICG) technology manufacturer, has received an order for nine BioZ.com, noninvasive digital cardiac function monitoring systems. The systems will be placed in th
June 16, 2002
Sudan’s President, Omar al-Basher starts an official two-day visit to Saudi Arabia on Sunday. According to Sudanese diplomatic sources, cited by KU
Besieged by U.S. and allied forces last December in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden commanded his fighters to disperse across th
The administration of the Cairo Television and Radio Festival has received 22 Palestinian artworks which will participate in the 8th session.
India’s ONGC Videsh will buy Canada’s Talisman Energy's 25 percent share in the Greater Nile Oil Project in Sudan valued at $750 million. The investment has been approved by the Indian government's Em
Cashswitch Corporation, an e-financial services provider based in the Dubai Internet City, recently launched the first of its e-Services solutions – Online Remittance Service for Money Exchange Houses
Following rumors of a possible sale of Talisman Energy’s Sudanese interest, the Canadian company has issued a statement reiterating its position that “all of the company’s assets are for sale at the r
June 12, 2002
South Sudanese rebels killed over 200 government soldiers when the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) captured the southern town of Kapoeta during
EU foreign minister chief Javier Solana met in Brussels Tuesday the visiting Jordanian King Abdullah II, and discussed with him the Middle East peace
June 10, 2002
The Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) said Sunday it had recaptured overnight the southern town of Kapoeta, which had been under government contro
At Camp Doha, some 50 kilometers from the Iraqi border, U.S. Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld told American troops that state sponsors of terroris
June 9, 2002
Sudan’s President Omar al-Beshir vowed Saturday to put an end to the country's 19-year-old civil war by the end of the year, whether it be by means of
June 5, 2002
Iran's supreme leader accused the United States on Tuesday of "massacring" innocent Afghans during its “war on terrorism”, and added Iran was ready to
The prominent Sudanese singer Mohammed Wardi said in a press conference in Khartoum Tuesday that the reason behind his immigration from Sudan was his willingness to produce a good art.
June 3, 2002
Forty-five Sudanese who were trying to enter Libya died when they lost their way in the western desert, the Sudanese news agency SUNA reported Sunday.