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October 14, 1998 | JOHN DANISZEWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Idris Nazil, a newspaper editor and head of a publishing firm here, is well-to-do by Sudanese standards. But when he and family members recently came down with fevers, even he couldn't afford the medicine his doctor prescribed. "I said to my wife that I should go to my company and get a loan for this," Nazil recalled scornfully. "Everything is so expensive--even for the director of a company like me."
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October 14, 1998 | JOHN DANISZEWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Idris Nazil, a newspaper editor and head of a publishing firm here, is well-to-do by Sudanese standards. But when he and family members recently came down with fevers, even he couldn't afford the medicine his doctor prescribed. "I said to my wife that I should go to my company and get a loan for this," Nazil recalled scornfully. "Everything is so expensive--even for the director of a company like me."
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March 9, 1989
Sudan's Prime Minister Sadek Mahdi has sent an envoy to try to persuade rebels in the south to accept a truce so that food may be distributed to 100,000 people reported starving to death in the famine-ravaged region. Mahdi told reporters that he sent his interior minister to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to meet with the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army. He also said he has accepted a peace agreement that was previously rejected by his Umma Party and Islamic militants in Parliament. Meanwhile, a U.
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May 31, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Relief agencies trying to avert a catastrophic famine in the southern part of the African nation say efforts to get food through have been hampered by an upsurge in fighting and a sharp deterioration in supply roads in neighboring Kenya. Humanitarian aid officials have estimated that 350,000 people are at risk over the next three to four months in Bahr el Ghazal province, the most affected area.
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March 15, 1990 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The military government of Sudan has imprisoned and tortured hundreds of opposition figures, hanged prisoners after brief show trials, and used live ammunition on demonstrators in pursuing an "exceptionally cruel and intolerant" policy of repression, an international human-rights group has charged. The report by London-based Africa Watch supports increasing indications that the military government of Lt. Gen.
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May 31, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Relief agencies trying to avert a catastrophic famine in the southern part of the African nation say efforts to get food through have been hampered by an upsurge in fighting and a sharp deterioration in supply roads in neighboring Kenya. Humanitarian aid officials have estimated that 350,000 people are at risk over the next three to four months in Bahr el Ghazal province, the most affected area.
NEWS
February 8, 1988 | From Reuters
More than three million of Sudan's 23 million people will need relief food this year, the official Sudan news agency reported.
NEWS
March 15, 1990 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The military government of Sudan has imprisoned and tortured hundreds of opposition figures, hanged prisoners after brief show trials, and used live ammunition on demonstrators in pursuing an "exceptionally cruel and intolerant" policy of repression, an international human-rights group has charged. The report by London-based Africa Watch supports increasing indications that the military government of Lt. Gen.
NEWS
March 9, 1989
Sudan's Prime Minister Sadek Mahdi has sent an envoy to try to persuade rebels in the south to accept a truce so that food may be distributed to 100,000 people reported starving to death in the famine-ravaged region. Mahdi told reporters that he sent his interior minister to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to meet with the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army. He also said he has accepted a peace agreement that was previously rejected by his Umma Party and Islamic militants in Parliament. Meanwhile, a U.
NEWS
February 8, 1988 | From Reuters
More than three million of Sudan's 23 million people will need relief food this year, the official Sudan news agency reported.
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