December 29, 2000
Opposition parties that boycotted Sudanese elections charged the results were rigged after President Omar al-Bashir securely won another five-year ter
December 25, 2000
Sudan has delayed the release of results from the presidential election until Saturday as officials continue to count votes.
A Sudan People\'s Liberation Army (SPLA) rebel leader was killed when his group attacked the site of a non-governmental organization in south Sudan.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was set for a sweeping victory Sunday as first results were released from an election plagued by a massive oppositio
December 24, 2000
The government army said Sunday it had recaptured two \"strategic\" areas from rebels in central Sudan\'s Nuba Mountains.
As Sudanese complain they are not feeling the benefits of a reviving economy, economists and the opposition are warning that conditions in one of Africa\'s poorest countries are ripe for further unres
December 23, 2000
Vote-counting for the presidential and legislative elections in Sudan began Saturday morning amid reports of a low turnout.
December 21, 2000
The Sudanese government has acknowledged that the country is suffering from a drought and from food shortages and urged the international community to
Sudan has denounced as \"grave\" a United States operation to transport Sudanese children from refugee camps in Kenya to the US.
December 19, 2000
The UN refugee agency announced Tuesday it was this week to begin repatriating around 13,000 Ethiopian refugees living in Sudan.
Sudan on Tuesday accused Uganda of sending arms to the rebel Sudan People\'s Liberation Army (SPLA) and of carrying out US policy by helping block Sud
December 16, 2000
Sudan urged US president-elect George W. Bush to change US policy towards Sudan, although it appeared sceptical of any change in this policy would mat
December 15, 2000
Sudan has arrested more than 65 leading members of the outlawed Muslim fundamentalist group believed to be behind the massacre of more than 20 people
December 13, 2000
Sudan\'s Islamist military leader Omar al-Beshir shrugged off a massive opposition boycott of presidential and parliamentary elections as he cast his
Sudanese polling stations opened their doors Wednesday at the start of a 10-day election that incumbent Islamist military leader Omar al-Beshir and hi