Sudan

August 9, 2000

03:00 GMT

Sudan has begun exporting butane gas with an initial shipment of 3,600 tones leaving Port Sudan to international markets last Friday, a senior energy official said.

August 6, 2000

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Sudanese Finance Minister says the country's foreign debt totals 20 billion dollars, including 1.6 billion owed to the International Monetary Fund.

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Sudanese Foreign Minister reaffirms the government's opposition to any eventual secession by the southern part of the country as well as its determina

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Sudan's foreign debt totals $20 billion dollars, including $1.6 billion owed to the International Monetary Fund.

August 4, 2000

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Sudan has denied a report that relief planes of the United Nations or the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) came under fire in southern

August 3, 2000

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The International Monetary Fund has lifted a seven-year-old suspension of Sudan's IMF voting rights in a further step to restore the country's standing with the institution, the Fund announced Tuesday

July 31, 2000

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(MEBG) - Sudan is a country with a vast oil and gas potential, but is practically split by civil war—a fact that effectively blocks or at least make it very difficult to explore or develop the oil as

July 30, 2000

03:00 GMT

More than 4,000 Eritreans have returned home in the past four days as part of an operation for voluntary repatriation of refugees who fled the recent

July 29, 2000

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More than 4,000 Eritreans have returned home in the past four days as part of an operation for voluntary repatriation of refugees who fled the recent

03:00 GMT

Seventeen people, including an army instructor, have been killed and more than 25 wounded in two separate accidents on Sudan's roads, government and p

July 28, 2000

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The Sudanese government, which has accused humanitarian organizations of supplying arms to rebels in the south of the country, has decided to move all

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The owner of a Sudanese pharmaceutical plant bombed by the United States in 1998 filed suit Thursday seeking 50 million dollars in damages from the US

July 27, 2000

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Sudan's opposition alliance said in remarks published Thursday it will boycott a meeting with the government aimed at paving the way to end the countr

July 25, 2000

03:00 GMT

A senior US diplomat in Khartoum is optimistic that Washington will restore normal relations with Sudan in the near future, newspapers reported Tuesda

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A UN-sponsored group said Tuesday it was still sending relief to southern Sudan despite President Omar Bashir's move to close airspace to aid flights