Spanish diplomat stabbed to death in Sudan

A Spanish diplomat was found stabbed to death in his apartment in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on Monday police said.

Sudan orders closure of Iran cultural centres

Sudan has ordered Iran to close its cultural centres and given their managers 72 hours to leave the country, an official said Tuesday, in a shock to generally close relations.

18 Sudanese killed in Libya unrest: Official media

Eighteen Sudanese have been killed by a rocket strike in the Libyan capital, but Khartoum says the situation does not yet warrant an evacuation of its nationals, official media reported.

Sudan military denies helicopter downed in Kordofan

Sudan`s military on Thursday denied one of its helicopter gunships had been shot down in South Kordofan, after rebels released photographs claiming to show the crippled machine.

Sudan Christian`s lawyers want forgery rap dismissed

Lawyers for a Sudanese Christian woman in hiding at the US embassy in Khartoum sought the dismissal on Sunday of forgery charges against her so she can leave the country.

Heavy fighting in Sudan`s South Kordofan

Sudanese troops and rebels engaged in heavy fighting on Saturday near the South Kordofan state capital Kadugli, both sides said, with rebel shells landing inside the town.

US and Sudan negotiating over Christian convert: Sources

Sudanese authorities and US officials in Khartoum are negotiating to allow a Sudanese woman, who married an American and was recently spared the death penalty for converting to Christianity, to leave Sudan, sources close to the case said.

Freed Christian woman detained trying to leave Sudan

A Sudanese Christian woman was detained at Khartoum airport on Tuesday, one day after an Islamic court annulled her death sentence for apostasy and released her from prison.

Sudan`s death row `apostate` mother unchained: Lawyer

Sudanese jailers removed the chains from a Christian woman, sentenced to death for apostasy, after she gave birth in prison last month, one of her lawyers said today.

41 killed in Sudan clashes over oil-rich land: Tribe

At least 41 people have been killed in clashes between rival Sudanese clans over the ownership of land being explored for oil in West Kordofan state, a tribal source said.

`Apostates` political party denied approval in Sudan

Sudanese authorities have refused to register a political party based on the ideas of a peaceful Muslim activist who was hanged for apostasy, his daughter said on Sunday.

Sudan judge orders Christian woman to hang for apostasy

Khartoum: A Sudanese judge sentenced a heavily pregnant Christian woman to hang for apostasy, a ruling which Britain denounced as "barbaric" and left the United States "deeply disturbed".
Born to a Muslim father, the woman was convicted yesterday under the Islamic sharia law that has been in force in Sudan since 1983 and outlaws conversions on pain of death.

Sudan to supply power to Eritrea: Media

Sudan plans to supply neighbouring Eritrea with electricity, official media reported on Friday, just months after Khartoum said it would buy power from Eritrea`s rival Ethiopia.

South Sudan troops in disputed Abyei threaten peace: Bashir aide

A top aide to Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says the presence of South Sudanese troops in the disputed border area of Abyei threatens peace less than three years after the two countries split.

Sudanese police fire tear gas at anti-government protesters

Sudanese police fired tear gas on Saturday at a group of 200 anti-government protesters in the north of the capital Khartoum, an eyewitness said.

Sudan rebel chiefs sentenced to death in absentia: Lawyer

A Sudanese court on Thursday sentenced to death in absentia a former governor who is now a rebel leader, along with another insurgent chief, a lawyer said.

Student dies as worsening Darfur violence extends to Khartoum

Worsening violence in Sudan`s Darfur spilled over into the Sudanese capital, where a university student was killed at a protest calling for peace in the troubled western region.

Sudan sends new troops to front lines as peace talks resume

Khartoum dispatched reinforcements to its front lines Thursday as government and rebel delegations gathered in the Ethiopian capital to resume talks to end fighting in Sudan`s South Kordofan and Blue Nile states.

UN urges ceasefire as Sudan-rebel peace talks begin

The UN urged Sudan and rebels, meeting for their first peace talks in almost a year, to reach an immediate ceasefire so aid can reach more than one million civilians.

Khartoum suspends Red Cross activities in Sudan

The International Committee of the Red Cross has been notified by the Sudanese authorities for suspending its activities in Sudan, a source said.

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