Sudan


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Synonyms for Sudan

a region of northern Africa to the south of the Sahara and Libyan deserts

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Our diplomats in Russia have done a marvelous work in persuading the Russian Federation to bring together the Republic of the Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan.
5 Sudan Energy Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025
The Chinese diplomat who underscored China s good relations with the South Sudan said Our friendly relation with South Sudan has been so long and will be cherished by two of us .
Despite policy differences, the United States has been a major donor of humanitarian aid to Sudan throughout the last quarter century.
Disagreements over transport fees and allegations of stolen oil motivated South Sudan to stop exporting crude altogether this January, a move that immediately strangled both economies.
This is an infringement on the sovereignty of Sudan and a clearly illegal act," he told reporters.
South Sudan gained independence from Sudan in July following a 2005 peace treaty that ended five decade war between the both sides.
government personnel living and working in South Sudan.
Villaraigosa estimated the city has $27 million of its $40 billion pension fund invested with firms doing business in Sudan.
and chair of the Sudan Divestment Task Force, a group that has pushed Sudan divestment to the top of IHE agendas.
Sudan is in the popular news these days and for those who have lamented its long-time obscurity one might be happy about this.
lepidum is also an important vector of heartwater, especially in eastern Sudan (4).
As reports of gang rapes, bloody massacres, and village demolitions in Darfur, Sudan, flooded the news media this fall, Secretary of State Colin Powell went before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to characterize the carnage as "genocide.