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
November 7, 2000
The Sudanese Ministry of Treasury, Al-Zobair Ahmed Hassan, has denied the existence of a dispute between the Ministry of Treasury and the Sudanese districts regarding the distribution of the Value Add
November 6, 2000
Former Sudanese President, Abdul Rahman Siwar El Zahab has revealed that “efforts are currently being exerted in Sudan for national reconciliation bet
The Sudanese government and southern rebels will meet in Kenya next week to discuss how to share oil-rich Sudan\'s wealth more fairly amid outside eff
Two men were killed and three others seriously hurt in the explosion of a plant that produces gases for medical purposes southeast of the Sudanese cap
Sudan’s Foreign Minister Mustafa Ismael played down Sunday significance of the US decision to prolong sanctions on the country for a year, and ban US
November 2, 2000
The United Nations has agreed to monitor next month's legislative and presidential elections in Sudan.
Eritrea is proposing that Sudan accept a transitional government as part of a six-point plan to end a 17-year civil war with its mainly Eritrea-based
November 1, 2000
Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) said it was ready to enter a direct dialogue with the National Congress Party Leader Hassan Turabi.