Sudan

July 29, 2000

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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

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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

July 24, 2000

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The Sudanese government vowed Monday to fully supervise delivery of humanitarian aid to southern Sudan, which it charges is being used to funnel weapo

July 23, 2000

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Sudan is closing its airspace to relief flights from abroad to southern rebel areas and is considering a ban on humanitarian groups working in Khartou

July 22, 2000

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Eritrea does not harbor any hostile intentions towards Sudan, the country's ambassador to Khartoum said in remarks published Saturday, after Khartoum

July 19, 2000

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African mediators left Khartoum Wednesday without clinching a date for fresh peace talks between the Sudanese government and rebels, a newspaper and t

July 17, 2000

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The government has "concrete evidence" that Eritrea is helping Sudanese rebels plan an offensive in eastern Sudan, a Sudanese official charged in rema

July 16, 2000

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Malaysia\'s national oil firm Petronas has been allocated at least a 40 percent stake in an oil exploration and production project in southern Sudan, a report said Thursday.

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Malaysia\'s national oil firm Petronas has been allocated at least a 40 percent stake in an oil exploration and production project in southern Sudan, a report said Thursday.

03:00 GMT

Malaysia's national oil firm Petronas has been allocated at least a 40 percent stake in an oil exploration and production project in southern Sudan, a report said Thursday.

July 15, 2000

03:00 GMT

A claim by the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army that it had destroyed a strategic railroad bridge in south Sudan's Bahr al-Ghazal region has been