Sudan

October 24, 2000

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A 12-year-old girl was killed and four other people were wounded in several grenade attacks earlier this month in a Sudanese city near the border with

October 23, 2000

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Sudan and Uganda are in contact to arrange the deployment of Egyptian and Libyan monitors to prevent border violations by opposition rebels.

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Sudan's main rebel movement assured visiting UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) Executive Director Carol Bellamy that it was committed to the demobilization

October 22, 2000

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Malaysia's national oil firm Petronas said Wednesday that one of its subsidiaries has been retained as management consultant for the second phase of an oil project in Sudan.

October 21, 2000

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Six hundred Sudanese have volunteered to fight with the Palestinians for the "liberation" of Jerusalem and other occupied lands, according to a newspa

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The UN Children's Fund executive director Carol Bellamy helped launch a nationwide campaign Saturday to immunize 5.3 million Sudanese children against

October 20, 2000

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Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have recently imposed an embargo on Sudan's cattle and meat exporters because of reported deaths from the Rift Valley Fever epidemic. Livestock exports repres

October 15, 2000

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The Sudanese foreign ministry has carried out intensive preparations for a campaign to lift security council sanctions imposed on Sudan since 1996.

October 11, 2000

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A non-governmental Sudanese organisation said Wednesday it will send two planes carrying food and medicine to sanctions-hit without seeking UN authori

October 9, 2000

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Four Sudanese policemen were shot and wounded in Khartoum during an anti-government riot staged by university students who support a dissident Islamis

October 5, 2000

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Sudanese and Eritrean leaders held a first round of official talks in which they pledged cooperation in political, security, economic and cultural dom

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Sudanese and Eritrean leaders held a first round of official talks Wednesday night in which they pleged cooperation in political, security, economic and cultural domains.

September 29, 2000

03:00 GMT

Libya and Egypt will renew efforts to help Sudan and Uganda improve their troubled relations, with all four countries represented next week at a techn

September 28, 2000

03:00 GMT

Police broke up demonstrations in central Sudan by high school and university protesting the imposition of new school fees and shortages in teachers.

September 27, 2000

03:00 GMT

Sudan and Uganda have made fresh pledges to improve ties through stopping support of each other's rebels and exchanging diplomats.