Thursday 20 November 2003 KHARTOUM, Nov 20 (AFP) — A small rebel faction said its fighters abducted five Sudanese relief workers while they were distributing food aid in western Sudan and would release them in neighboring Chad, a newspaper reported.
Al Sahafa (...)
Thursday 20 November 2003 By W.F. Deedes, The Washington Times
NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan, Nov. 20, 2003 — To feel the reality of Sudan’s 20-year war and weigh the chances of a lasting peace on which so many are counting, these mountains are the place to go.
Wednesday 19 November 2003 KHARTOUM, Nov 19 (AFP) — The United States has criticised as surprising and disappointing a recent suspension of an independent Khartoum newspaper, the US embassy here said Wednesday.
Sudanese authorities on Monday suspended (...)
Wednesday 19 November 2003 By ABAKAR SALEH Associated Press Writer
N’DJAMENA, Chad, Nov 19, 2003 (AP) — The government has protested to neighboring Sudan over attacks on Chadian civilians by a Sudanese militia group it says is backed by the Sudanese government. (...)
Wednesday 19 November 2003 KHARTOUM, Nov 19 (AFP) — A pro-government southern Sudanese militia accused a Ugandan rebel group of killing 17 Sudanese civilians, and claimed it killed 20 LRA militants in return, newspapers reported Wednesday.
Uganda’s Lord’s (...)
Wednesday 19 November 2003 KHARTOUM, Nov. 19, 2003 (dpa) — U.S. diplomats rebuked Sudan Wednesday for closing down an opposition newspaper this week, only two months after President Omar Beshir issued a decree that lifted bans on press and information (...)
Wednesday 19 November 2003 By Al-Khartoum daily newspaper
KHARTOUM, Nov. 19, 2003 — The deputy head of the Sudanese [government] delegation in Washington, Abd al-Baki Kabir, has revealed that he held an extensive meeting with officials from the US State (...)
Wednesday 19 November 2003 CHENNAI, Nov 19, 2003 (AsiaPulse) — India’s state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (BSE:ONGC) has signed an agreement with the Sudanese government to construct a pipeline and revamp a refinery at a cost of US$750 million, a top (...)
Tuesday 18 November 2003 NAIROBI, Nov 18 (AFP) — The French medical charity Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on Tuesday warned of increased risk of malaria in southern Sudan because of heavy rains following on a severe drought.
"Two years of drought and heavier (...)
Tuesday 18 November 2003 GENEVA, Nov 18 (AFP) — Four staff working for a Swiss-based international aid agency have gone missing in western Sudan’s troubled Darfur region, the organisation, Medair, said on Tuesday.
The aid workers, all Sudanese, did not return (...)
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Africa and the ICC share the fundamental (...)
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Citizen of Western Bhar el-Ghazal State calls for limitations of President Powers and the Independence of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary and (...)