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First visit of its kind, Moussa in southern Sudan on June 30th
The Arab League has stated that its secretary general Amr Moussa will on June 30th pay a visit to Sudan in which he for the first time will head for the southern areas there.
Sudan-Regional, Politics, 6/14/2003
Consultations between Sudanese government, rebels, and mediators to draft final agreement
The Sudanese government has disclosed that the few coming weeks will witness large scale consultations on the draft of the final agreement, noting the expected visit by the Kenyan envoy Lazaras to Khartoum to give proposal on the final draft agreement before debating it to sides concerned next week, remarking that issues on sharing the authority and resources should be fulfilled through elections.
Sudan, Politics, 6/12/2003
Algerian president gets a message from al-Bashir
Algeria-Sudan, Politics, 6/11/2003
Khartoum accuses rebels of evading Mashakos agreement
The Sudanese government has accused the rebels of the people's movement for the liberation of Sudan, led by Col. John Garang of escaping the Mashakos agreement about which the government said it had resolved the issues of the "state, the religion and the national capital."
Sudan, Politics, 6/11/2003
Khartoum calls for referendum on peace agreement with rebels
Sudan, Politics, 6/10/2003
Akhbar Al-Youm: Egyptian-Sudanese unity becomes necessity
Egypt's Presidential Adviser Osama Al-Baz said that the Egyptian- Sudanese unity had become a necessity in today's world where small economic blocs could not stand competition with major ones. Speaking Saturday to the Independent Sudanese newspaper Akhbar Al-Youm, Al-Baz noted that Egyptian-Sudanese relations were still not up to the level hoped for
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 6/9/2003
Scores wounded, killed in confrontations near Khartoum
The people's committee for al- Jakheis suburb in Sudan said that 8 persons were killed and other 17 wounded in confrontations with the governmental authorities which are removing random houses for 30,000 citizens in the area.
Sudan, Politics, 6/9/2003
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