Sudan

September 24, 2000

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The Sudanese government is moving toward opening its state-run electrical power industry to private investors, including those from abroad, newspapers reported Thursday.

September 23, 2000

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Sudan says it will continue its fight for a seat on the UN Security Council despite strong opposition from the United States.

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A Sudanese journalist claimed he escaped a deliberate murder attempt. He escaped after being hit as he was leaving the offices of the National Press C

September 22, 2000

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The Sudanese government has declared a two-week ceasefire in all parts of southern Sudan to coincide with peace talks with southern rebels.

September 21, 2000

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The Sudanese government is moving toward opening its state-run electrical power industry to private investors, including those from abroad.

September 20, 2000

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Sudan's government and rebels fighting for the self-determination of the southern region will resume peace talks on Thursday in Kenya.

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The Sudanese authorities have recently adopted a new anti-poverty strategy aimed at reducing the poverty rate in the country to below 10 percent by 2005 and 5 percent by 2010.

September 19, 2000

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Sudanese police break up march protesting detention of 17 opposition officials using batons and tear gas, in the fifth protest turned violent in eight

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Under the supervision of the Egyptian minister of foreign affairs, Amer Mossa and his Sudanese counterpart, Mustapha Othman Ismail, the joint Egyptian-Sudanese Bilateral Committee held its first meeti

September 17, 2000

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Sudan has agreed "to take all measures to ensure the unconditional release" of all children abducted and drafted into its civil war.

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A woman working as a domestic servant in the home of a Sudanese diplomat in London has gone into her hiding, claiming she was being kept as a slave, a

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The Sudanese People's National Congress Party says that security authorities have arrested 51 members of the party, established by Hassan al-Turabi, a

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Another chapter in the saga of the Sudanese oil sector looked like it may be drawing to an unfortunate close, when, speaking before a Lehman Brothers gathering in early September, Jim Buckee, the CEO

September 16, 2000

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By Mahmoud Al Abed  Sudan is receiving contradictory messages from the international community amidst its persistent efforts to reintroduce itself to

September 15, 2000

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The Sudanese authorities have arrested an unspecified number of people for inciting student demonstrations against the government in eastern and weste