Sudan

June 2, 2002

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Yemen’s Hodeidah Port received 864,647 tons of goods in the first four months of 2002. Some 14,242 containers were unloaded at the port during the same period compared to 11,451 containers in the firs

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Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ) is will launch its first direct flight line between Amman and Khartoum this week. RJ will fly to Khartoum twice a week on Sundays and Fridays, reported Petra. The airline

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Renovation of Oman’s Khaseb Port will begin next week. The Omani government commissioned the local Galfar Company to modernize the port at a cost of $25 million earlier this year. The project has a ta

May 30, 2002

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A key sub-committee of the Canadian Parliament plans to visit Sudan in November for an on-the-spot tour of the country's war-stricken regions.  Beth P

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak held talks in Cairo on Wednesday with his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni on the political situation in Africa, i

May 27, 2002

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Saudi prince Mohammad bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, the assistant interior minister for security affairs, received in Jeddah Sunday evening Abu Zaid al-Hass

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Afghanistan's foreign minister Abdallah Abdallah is scheduled to pay an official visit to Egypt next month, it was revealed in Cairo Sunday.   Afghan

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Sudan's government said Sunday it was ready to clear away hurdles to United Nations relief flights to the country's war-stricken south.  "Sudan is com

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Turkey’s Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit is set to leave hospital on Monday after suffering from a cracked rib and a vascular condition in a leg, his spo

May 26, 2002

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UAE's National Bank of Abu Dhabi and the Dubai Islamic Bank will award Sudan’s Giad Automotive Industry Company $50 million for production expansion. French and Spanish banks have also contributed fun

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The United Arab Emirates (UAE)’ total agricultural production increased by 70.5 percent in the year 2000 and its total production value increased by 34.5 percent reaching 7.4 billion Emirati dinars (t

May 23, 2002

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Sudan's popular singer Mohamed Wardi savored his first day home Wednesday from 13 years of self-imposed exile in Egypt, after a tumultuous airport wel

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Libyan leader, Moammar Kadhafi is creating a fund to help the families of victims of terror attacks, including those from the Lockerbie disaster, his

May 22, 2002

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Two Palestinians died Wednesday in incidents involving the Israeli border police with one killed by gunfire and the other in explosion of a bombs he w

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Tens of thousands of Sudanese welcomed Tuesday at Khartoum airport the Sudanese singer Mohammed Wardi upon his return home after a voluntary exile that lasted 13 years.