Sudan

May 5, 2002

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The governments of Sudan and Kenya are closer to ending their long-term trade dispute following a recent ministerial meeting, with representatives from both countries present, reported Xinhua. Sudanes

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The Bangkok-based Thoresen Thai Agencies acquired a 49 percent stake in the Sharjah Ports Authority’s newly formed entity, Sahrjah Port Services. TTI, a subsidiary of the Thoresen Group, acquired the

April 25, 2002

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Syrian comedy star Duraid Lahham started his artistic career in 1960 when the Syrian TV was opened by playing the role as Ghawwar, which he innovated in many comedy series.

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Inter-Arab investments reached in 2001 some $2.45 billion. Saudi Arabia was the largest recipient, collecting $721 million, said the Arab Investments Guarantee Organization. Sudan came in second place

April 18, 2002

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Sudan will dispatch doctors, blood and medicine to the Palestinian territories or the nearest treatment center in neighboring Jordan to ease the suffe

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Authorities in Pakistan have released five Sudanese trainee pilots two weeks after their arrest for suspected links to terrorist organizations, source

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The elder son of the late shah of Iran said Wednesday he wanted to serve as a "catalyst" for forces favorable to democratic change in his country. "Th

April 17, 2002

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An Egyptian delegation, led by Dr. Mohammed Zaki Abu Amer, Minister of State for Administrative Development, arrived in Dubai early Tuesday to take pa

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Yemen's Civil Service Minister arrived in Dubai Tuesday in order to participate in a two-day general assembly meeting of the Arab Organization for Adm

April 16, 2002

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The United States announced it would increase its diplomatic representation in Sudan, Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Ismail said earlier this week.

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Eleven people died during floods that swept parts of southern and central Iran since Sunday destroying homes and roads, Iranian state radio reported. 

April 15, 2002

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A 20-kilometer road in Sudan has been named after UAE President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, according to an announcement made in Khartoum by Dr

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The Columbia Business School is to organize its first executive program of 2002 next month, when it returns to the Gulf with its “Advanced Marketing Management” program that was debuted in the Middle

April 14, 2002

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A UAE Red Crescent Society plane carrying aid supplies has landed at Kadogli airport, in the western part of Sudan in the framework of a ten aircraft-

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United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan donated Dh40 million to the Palestinians during the 13-hour telethon organized by the