Sudan

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.

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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.

July 15, 2000

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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

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The Sudanese government has again accused the United States of bias against it on Sudanese issues, saying it is premature to talk of normalizing relat

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Leader of the opposition Sudanese Ummah party Sadeq Mahdi has called for strengthening the special relations between Egypt and Sudan, reported ArabicN

July 10, 2000

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Sudanese President Omar Bashir missed his planned departure for the African summit in Togo because of a "minor" health problem, a source at the presid

July 9, 2000

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Negotiations and secret contacts are currently going on between the government and six factions of the opposition Sudanese Congress, reported Kuwait N

July 7, 2000

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Sudan would soon seek the seat of Africa at the United Nations Security Council, reported Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), quoting a senior foreign ministry

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A group of 49 Sudanese rebels from the opposition Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) army have returned to Sudan from bases in Ethiopia and surrendered t