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Garang plane crash not due to technical problems
A senior Russian experts taking part in the investigation into the plane crash in which the Sudanese First Vice President and leader of southern Sudan People Liberation movement, John Garang, was killed, said that the accident was not a result of any technical failure in the Ugandan helicopter which was carrying him.
Sudan-Uganda, Politics, 9/10/2005
Nazif: Future projects to boost Egyptian-Sudanese ties
The Higher Egyptian-Sudanese Committee will meet within weeks the implementation of the joint cooperation programs between the two states with emphasis on pharmaceuticals, agro-industries, education, mass media,building and river and railway means of transport as well as encouraging joint trade and investment.
Egypt-Sudan, Economics, 9/8/2005
Sudanese FM: Mubarak issues directives for establishing Egyptian projects in south Sudan
Sudanese Foreign Minister Mostafa Othman Ismail said following a meeting Tuesday with Foreign Minister Ahmad Abul -Gheit that they discussed projects Egypt is implementing in South Sudan in line with the directives of President Hosni Mubarak.
Sudan-Egypt, Politics, 9/8/2005
Moussa receives Sudanese FM
Ismail said a new round of negotiations would be held in Abuja on September 15 between the Sudanese government and Darfur rebels in order to resume discussions on key issues such as power and wealth sharing as the two issues has not been settled during the previous round.
Sudan-Regional, Politics, 9/8/2005
Silva Kiir satisfaction on investigation of Garang killing
The leader of the Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement, Vice President Silva Kiir, expressed his satisfaction over the process of investigation regarding the helicopter crash which was transporting his predecessor John Garang by the end of July, and resulted in his death.
Sudan-Uganda, Politics, 9/8/2005
UN World Food Program distributed about 96 metric tons
The UN World Food Program (WFP) and its partner agencies have distributed about 96 metric tons of food as part of its assistance to 7,689 people affected by floods in Damazine, Blue Nile state, the mission said. In the areas worst affected by the floods, 2,728 people received two months of half- rations, while about 4,961 people in locations less affected are receiving a half-month ration, it said.
Sudan-UN, Economics, 9/8/2005
Continued attacks on aid workers in Darfur
The spokeswoman for the UN, Radia Ashouri, said that gunmen in Darfur district, west Sudan, are still launching attacks against foreign aid workers.
Sudan-UN, Politics, 9/8/2005
Sudan's Liberation Movement boycotts Abuja talks next week
The African Union officially extended the invitation to the Sudanese government and the two main rebel movements in Darfur to resume negotiations in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, in the mid of this month.
Sudan, Politics, 9/7/2005
AU official: Darfur rebels are thieves; SPLA forces join army
1500 soldiers from the forces of the Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA), the armed portion of the Sudan People Liberation (SPLM) headed by Sudan's First Vice President, on Sunday went to Khartoum in order to form a joint unit with the government forces
Sudan-European Union, Politics, 9/6/2005
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