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The Indian government announced today that it has approved a request by Sudan for revising the repayment terms on lines of credit previously extended by New Delhi. India Ministry of External Affairs) The agreement was made during a visit by Sudan's
Bishop Poggo renewed calls for prayer for South Sudan and Sudan, including for the implementation of the agreement on oil production. Yesterday just such a deal was announced after talks in Ethiopia, according to the BBC News website. Production was
Two Iranian navy warships will dock in Port Sudan along with a Pakistani one this week, the army spokesperson Colonel Al-Sawarmi Khalid Sa'ad said today in the second visit of its kind in a month. An Iranian navy special forces known as Takavaran
The International Monetary Fund has urged Sudan to cut fuel subsidies further, despite public anger over austerity measures meant to counter the country's economic crisis. The IMF did not offer any financial assistance, but economic help is on the
September 24, 2012 The above title comes against the backdrop of the Joint Statement issued by the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Norwegian Foreign Minister Espen Barth Eide and United Kingdom Foreign Secretary William Hague about the meeting
Sudanese security forces re-arresting of the Sudanese activist "Radwan Yakoub Dawood", on the 13th of this August. He was arrested after finishing the procedures of his release after a decree of his acquittal was issued and the charges were dropped.
Security authorities in Sudan released on Thursday a number of political detainees including opposition figures who were arrested as part of a major crackdown on weeks of streets protests and increased anti-government activities. Sati Al-Haj and
Mohammed Atta, ordered on Wednesday the release of 80 detainees arrested over recent sabotage activities but opposition groups are highly skeptical in reacting to the news. Sudan arrested hundreds of activists and anti-regime protesters during weeks
A Sudanese court dropped charges of forming a terrorist organization and released two men, one a US resident, yesterday, in one the first trials of people arrested during a spate of anti-government protests that broke out in June. Sudan avoided the
An official in the South Sudanese government said reports of a letter of apology sent to U.S...Secretary of State Hillary Clinton left South Sudan late last week with assurances that disputes with the world's newest nation and Sudan would be resolved.