November 19, 2000
Due in part to the completion of a major pipeline in July 1999, Sudanese crude oil production has risen rapidly over the past year and a half. Also, Sudan became an exporter of refined petroleum produ
November 17, 2000
Sudanese President Omar Al Beshir has vowed that his government would conquer his country's rebels before undertaking any negotiations.
November 16, 2000
The Chinese government has agreed to finance and build a 212 megawatt gas-fired power station outside Khartoum.
November 14, 2000
An American missionary recounted Tuesday the bombing of some 300 people at a church in southern Sudan on November 5.
November 13, 2000
Chinese and Arab oil firms have formed a joint venture to search for petroleum in southeast Sudan, a newspaper said here Sunday.
November 12, 2000
Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir called Sunday for jihad (Muslim holy war) against Israel to liberate occupied Palestinian lands, in a speech to the
The Sudanese government said Sunday it has asked non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to suspend humanitarian operations in Sudan's eastern Kassala s
Chinese and Arab oil firms have formed a joint venture to search for petroleum in southeast Sudan.
November 11, 2000
A rebel spokesman said that at least seven people died when a Sudanese military plane bombed the southern Sudanese town of Narus earlier this week.
Sudan has accepted another five-month delay for a UN Security Council re-examination of sanctions that have been in force against the country since 19
November 10, 2000
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees has pulled 62 staff out of the embattled town of Kassala in eastern Sudan, where government troops and rebels ha
November 9, 2000
Another Sudanese political party said Thursday it will boycott presidential and parliamentary elections here next month, calling them a ploy to mainta
November 8, 2000
Twenty-seven young Sudanese died of thirst while traveling on a desert road from the northern Sudanese town of Dongola to the town of Kufra in Libya.
The Sudanese government will urge the UN Security Council to lift four years of international sanctions, despite the threat of a US veto.
Opposition forces in Sudan on Wednesday captured the key eastern town of Kassala from government troops, but fighting was still raging at the airport