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Sudanese negotiations on October 14
An agreement was reached between the Sudanese government and the rebels of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) to approve a truce and resume peace negotiations on October 14.
Sudan, Politics, 10/5/2002
Al-Bashir gets a message from Moi
The Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir has received a message from the Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi relating to the efforts made by the Kenyan president to resume negotiations between the Sudanese government and the rebel movement in Southern Sudan under the leadership of John Garang.
Sudan-Kenya, Politics, 10/5/2002
Britain supports negotiations between Sudan, the rebels
The British ambassador to Sudan William Batty has disclosed that his country's government is making contacts with the Sudanese government and the rebel movement in order to resume peace negotiations in Mashakos, Kenya.
Sudan-UK, Politics, 10/4/2002
Facilitating entry visa for Sudanese to Egypt
The Egyptian consulate in Khartoum announced providing facilities to the Sudanese citizens who desire to visit Egypt. These facilities include reduction the period for getting the visa from ten days to one week. This is in implementation of what had been reached during the meetings of the joint higher committee recently held between the two countries.
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 10/4/2002
Khartoum denies opposition's control of two sites near Kasla
Sudan, Politics, 10/4/2002
Khartoum: Talisman oil company denies dectruction of oil station by the rebels
The Canadian oil Talisman company denied yesterday an announcement by the rebels of southern Sudan led by John Garang on destroying the largest oil pumping station in Hajliej oil fields in the southern part of Sudan, which they coupled with their effort to bring in the oil issue to the table of negotiations.
Sudan, Politics, 10/3/2002
Despite talks on resumption of negotiations, Sudanese rebels refuse cease- fire
The rebels in southern Sudan led by John Garang announced they will not accept the cease fire in its war against the Sudanese forces, stressing they keep the right to what they called "replying to the attacks by the ( Sudanese ) regime."
Sudan, Politics, 10/2/2002
Khartoum expects negotiations resumption with the rebels
The Sudanese foreign minister Mustafa Othman Ismael said he expects the resumption of negotiations between the government and the southern rebels, due to the escalated international pressures on the two sides.
Sudan, Politics, 10/1/2002
Al-Walid Bin Talal to build hotel in Sudan; exclusive cattle sales
The Saudi Prince al-Walid Bin Talal left Khartoum on Sunday following a visit to Sudan which lasted for one day during which he signed with the Sudanese officials two agreements.
Saudi Arabia-Sudan, Business, 10/1/2002
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