September 19, 2000
Sudanese police break up march protesting detention of 17 opposition officials using batons and tear gas, in the fifth protest turned violent in eight
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
Sudan has agreed "to take all measures to ensure the unconditional release" of all children abducted and drafted into its civil war.
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
The Sudanese People's National Congress Party says that security authorities have arrested 51 members of the party, established by Hassan al-Turabi, a
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
By Mahmoud Al Abed Sudan is receiving contradictory messages from the international community amidst its persistent efforts to reintroduce itself to
September 15, 2000
The Sudanese authorities have arrested an unspecified number of people for inciting student demonstrations against the government in eastern and weste
September 14, 2000
The Sudanese government has denied a claim by the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) that it had seized three towns in oil-rich Unity State i
Sudan is resisting US plans for a reconciliation conference in an effort to end the nation's 17-year civil war.
September 13, 2000
At least one student was killed and 14 others hurt during clashes with police in western Sudan amid suspicions they were fomented by a breakaway facti
September 11, 2000
At least seven people have died of rabies in west Sudan since an outbreak in late May caused by rabid stray dogs.
Secretary General of Sudan's Popular National Conference Party, Hasan Turabi arrives in Doha to hold a meeting with head of al-Umma Party, Sadeq Mahdi
September 9, 2000
The governor of Sudan's Khartoum state vowed Saturday to defy a court order suspending his decision to bar women from working as gas station attendant
September 5, 2000
Sudan has banned women from taking jobs as waitresses or gas station attendants, arguing that it is "un-Islamic."