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February 8, 1985 | From Reuters
Government troops have killed more than 60 rebels in a battle in the southern Sudanese province of Upper Nile, the official Sudan News Agency said Thursday. It said four soldiers were killed.
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September 30, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
A food aid helicopter hired by the U.N.-African Union mission in the Darfur region was shot down outside a refugee camp, killing all four crew members, Sudanese police and the United Nations said. Police Gen. Hashim Ibrahim Fadul Mawla said the helicopter was shot down in the town of Nyala. The governor of South Darfur, Ali Mahmoud Mohammed, told the Sudan News Agency that witnesses said the helicopter caught fire before hitting the ground.
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May 15, 1990 | Associated Press
A boat carrying people home from a funeral sank in the Blue Nile River, and 24 people drowned, the official Sudan News Agency said Monday.
NEWS
May 15, 1990 | Associated Press
A boat carrying people home from a funeral sank in the Blue Nile River, and 24 people drowned, the official Sudan News Agency said Monday.
NEWS
May 21, 1989 | From Associated Press
Fifty people were killed and six were injured when a bus collided Saturday with a truck, the state-owned Sudan News Agency reported.
NEWS
April 22, 1985
Two members of Sudan's new ruling Transitional Military Council went to Libya carrying a message for Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi that dealt with "the brotherly relations between the two peoples and ways to develop them," a report from Khartoum said. The official Sudan News Agency, quoting a military spokesman, said the message was from Sudanese leader Abdul-Rahman Suwar Dahab, who led a coup that overthrew pro-Western President Jaafer Numeiri on April 6.
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September 30, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
A food aid helicopter hired by the U.N.-African Union mission in the Darfur region was shot down outside a refugee camp, killing all four crew members, Sudanese police and the United Nations said. Police Gen. Hashim Ibrahim Fadul Mawla said the helicopter was shot down in the town of Nyala. The governor of South Darfur, Ali Mahmoud Mohammed, told the Sudan News Agency that witnesses said the helicopter caught fire before hitting the ground.
NEWS
May 31, 1985
Sudan's Defense Minister Osman Abdalla accused the United States of reneging on an arms agreement and said Sudan will obtain supplies from "sister and friendly countries," the Sudan News Agency said. Osman, a member of the 15-man military council that overthrew President Jaafar Numeiri on April 6, said Washington has not even supplied promised spare parts for 30 U.S.-made combat aircraft. Diplomats said alternative arms sources would probably include Libya, Egypt and the Soviet Union.
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July 1, 1986 | From Reuters
Government troops killed 33 rebels in a battle in southern Sudan last week, the National Sudan News Agency reported.
NEWS
May 21, 1989 | From Associated Press
Fifty people were killed and six were injured when a bus collided Saturday with a truck, the state-owned Sudan News Agency reported.
NEWS
December 30, 1988
The Sudanese government rolled back huge price increases in sugar and other commodities after a general strike cut off communications, shut down a main airport and seaport and virtually paralyzed major cities. The Sudan News Agency, in one of the few dispatches to get out of Khartoum, reported by radio that the price boosts, imposed Monday, were rescinded at an emergency Cabinet meeting convened by Prime Minister Sadek Mahdi.
NEWS
May 31, 1985
Sudan's Defense Minister Osman Abdalla accused the United States of reneging on an arms agreement and said Sudan will obtain supplies from "sister and friendly countries," the Sudan News Agency said. Osman, a member of the 15-man military council that overthrew President Jaafar Numeiri on April 6, said Washington has not even supplied promised spare parts for 30 U.S.-made combat aircraft. Diplomats said alternative arms sources would probably include Libya, Egypt and the Soviet Union.
NEWS
February 8, 1985 | From Reuters
Government troops have killed more than 60 rebels in a battle in the southern Sudanese province of Upper Nile, the official Sudan News Agency said Thursday. It said four soldiers were killed.
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