Monday 28 June 2004 By RODRIQUE NGOWI, Associated Press Writer
NAIROBI, Kenya, June 28, 2004 (AP) — Sudanese government and rebel officials have begun negotiating cease-fire details as part of a comprehensive agreement to end a 21-year war in Africa’s (...)
Monday 28 June 2004 WASHINGTON, June 28 (AFP) — US Secretary of State Colin Powell will be carrying a decidedly tough message when he makes a landmark visit to Sudan this week to press Khartoum to ease the worsening crisis in Darfur.
Alarmed by reports of (...)
Monday 28 June 2004 KHARTOUM, June 28 (AFP) — Sudanese Islamic and trade union groups are planning protests Wednesday against visits here by US Secretary of State Colin Powell and UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, a state-owned daily reported.
Some 500 (...)
Monday 28 June 2004 KHARTOUM, June 28 (AFP) — The Khartoum media Monday accused the Sudan People’s Liberation Army of airlifting arms to rebels in the western region of Darfur, despite the southern guerrilla group’s protestations it would stay out of the (...)
Monday 28 June 2004 U.S., U.N. Leaders Expected To Press for Aid During Visits
By Emily Wax, The Washington Post
ABU SHOUK, Sudan, June 28, 2004 — The Sudanese villagers in this western region of Darfur were bombed. They were raped. Their huts were (...)
Monday 28 June 2004 KHARTOUM, June 27, 2004 (SUNA) — The Foreign Minister, Mustafa Osman Ismail, Sunday received at his office the American Charge d’ Affaires to Khartoum, Gerald Gallucci, and discussed preparations for the coming visit of the US Secretary (...)
Monday 28 June 2004 WASHINGTON, June 27, 2004 (MENL/MENA report) — The Bush administration has been examining the prospect of imposing additional U.S. sanctions on Sudan or its leadership.
Administration officials said the sanctions were being considered (...)
Monday 28 June 2004 KHARTOUM, June 27, 2004 (SUNA) — The Minister of Energy and Mining, Dr. Awad Ahmed Al-Jaz, announced that the country’s oil production will increase to 500,000 barrels per day during the coming year.
In a press statement to SUNA (...)
Sunday 27 June 2004 KHARTOUM, June 27, 2004 (KUNA) — The Sudanese Government refused on Sunday the insurgents’ demand to create a no-fly zone over the Darfur region.
In a statement to reporters, Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail said the (...)
Sunday 27 June 2004 By PAUL AMES, Associated Press Writer
ISTANBUL, Turkey, June 27, 2004 (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell on Sunday proposed that NATO help train the militaries of African nations to improve their capacity to run peacekeeping (...)
President Bashir: a historian at large2013-12-08 04:09:55 By Magdi El Gizouli
A confident President Bashir addressed a jovial crowd on Saturday in Garri, just north of Khartoum to celebrate what state media described as the 500th anniversary of Sudan’s (...)
Sudan: Dozens Held Without Charge2013-12-03 05:05:33 African Commission Should Investigate Alleged Torture and Ill-Treatment
(Nairobi, November 28, 2013) – Sudan is still detaining dozens of people without charge in connection with September 2013 (...)
Wulu county MPs condemn governor’s defamatory speech2013-11-30 06:31:51 PRESS RELEASE
Wulu County Members of Parliament Condemn the Caretaker Governor’s Defamatory Speech
On Monday the 25th of November, 2013, the caretaker Governor of Lakes state Gen. Matur Chut (...)