December 13, 2000
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
December 10, 2000
A total of 23 people were killed by an Islamic militant gunman who went on a rampage at a mosque near the Sudanese capital on Friday.
The first day of voting in Sudanese presidential and parliamentary elections has been postponed from Monday to Wednesday.
December 8, 2000
The families of 21 Sudanese Muslim worshippers gunned down in a mosque Friday night by an Islamic fundamentalist buried their dead in a mass funeral i
United States diplomat Glenn Warren, who was ordered to leave Sudan after meeting opposition leaders accused of plotting a US-backed uprising, has lef
December 7, 2000
Sudan declared Thursday a US diplomat in Khartoum persona non grata after he held a meeting with seven leading opposition figures who were later arres
Sudanese rebels said Thursday that almost half of war-ravaged Sudan will not vote in this month\'s general elections because they live in areas where
December 4, 2000
Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir Monday criticized the opposition political parties for failing to turn up for participation in the forthcoming elect
Two schoolgirls were killed when a truck hit them near the Sudanese capital Khartoum, sparking a riot that ended with police using tear gas and clubs.
December 3, 2000
Sudan\'s supreme court will consider a suit filed by opposition lawyers against the elections watchdog demanding this month\'s general elections be ca
Sudan and Ethiopia are considering ending entry visa requirements for each other\'s citizens and canceling customs duties on traded goods, said Sudan\
November 30, 2000
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir said he is ready to give a share in power to former prime minister Sadeq al-Mahdi, leader of the opposition Umma Par
A Sudanese military helicopter crashed on Wednesday near Jebel Awlia town, about 50 kilometer (30 miles) south of Khartoum, and caught fire but left n
November 29, 2000
A new electricity ministry is the lynchpin of a plan by the Sudanese government efforts to deal with the country’s perennial electricity supply problem.
November 28, 2000
Eritrean troops and Sudanese rebels have gathered in large numbers on Eritrea's side of the border with Sudan, prompting Sudan's army to go on high al