The following is a listing of articles that fit the AWR Selection Criteria, but have not been translated:   Headline: Wafd Party Enters Presidential Elections with Coptic Candidate Source: Al-JumhūrīyahPage: 1Author: Safwat ‘UmrānKeywords: Wafd political party, 2011 presidential elections...
    As southern Sudan prepares to vote this week on a possible secession from the north, Sunnī Khālid says that the African-American community is also divided on the issue...      
Members of the Episcopal Church of Sudan (ECS) on October 16 fended off the latest government move to seize their church and land in the same way as they handled previous attempts, by prayers and fasting.
One year after the Clinton Administration’s launching 79 Cruise missiles against what the President stated were terrorist targets in Afghanistan and Sudan in retaliation for the devastating terrorist bombings that had destroyed U.S. embassies in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, which...
MENA claims that the BBC wrongly claimed that the arrested 3 journalists in Khartoum were working for MENA.
The question has been raised whether the American military strike against what were described as Osama Bin Laden’s bases in Afghanistan on August 17 will force the Taliban movement to clamp down on the Saudi dissident and his Arab-Afghan associates.
Three Roman Catholic priests are accused of involvement in the explosion in Khartoum in Sudan.
Background: The main issues in Sudan at the time (and some are still relevant today) were the unity of South Sudan, self-determination, peace and war, religious/political persecution against Christians and South Sudanese and the Sharīʿah Law. A Southern Sudanese and former Member of Parliament...
Background: Considering the Sudanese Civil War has been on-going since 1955 (and at the time of the interview), members of the FPA asked a key figure in Sudanese history; Ṣādiq al-Mahdī several questions on the issue of Southerners longing self-determination. Al-Mahdī,’ as a Northern Sudanese...
Background: The tensions between Muslims from the North and Christians from the South of Sudan have resulted in the Southerners talking about self-determination. Bishop al-Zubaīr, Catholic Bishop of al-Kharṭūm and Bishop Roreig, Anglican Bishop of al-Kharṭūm, are interviewed and asked to share...
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