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November 24, 1990 | United Press International
In the wake of large anti-U.S. and pro-Iraqi demonstrations in Sudan, the State Department on Friday authorized embassy dependents to leave the country and warned American private citizens to leave. The revolutionary military government of Lt. Gen. Omar Hassan Ahmed Bashir has sided with Iraq in the Persian Gulf crisis. Well-managed demonstrations have been reported in cities including the capital, Khartoum.
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November 24, 1990 | United Press International
In the wake of large anti-U.S. and pro-Iraqi demonstrations in Sudan, the State Department on Friday authorized embassy dependents to leave the country and warned American private citizens to leave. The revolutionary military government of Lt. Gen. Omar Hassan Ahmed Bashir has sided with Iraq in the Persian Gulf crisis. Well-managed demonstrations have been reported in cities including the capital, Khartoum.
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November 23, 1990 | Associated Press
The State Department cautioned U.S. citizens Thursday to postpone non-essential travel to Sudan, where large demonstrations against the United States and in favor of Iraq have taken place.
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November 23, 1990 | Associated Press
The State Department cautioned U.S. citizens Thursday to postpone non-essential travel to Sudan, where large demonstrations against the United States and in favor of Iraq have taken place.
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February 17, 1989
The International Committee of the Red Cross has suspended an airlift of relief supplies to southern Sudan during negotiations with anti-government rebels, a spokesman said in Geneva. Relief flights were stopped Tuesday after the Sudan People's Liberation Army demanded changes in the Red Cross' notification procedure for its flights to a number of cities, spokesman Juerg Bischoff said.
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February 17, 1989
The International Committee of the Red Cross has suspended an airlift of relief supplies to southern Sudan during negotiations with anti-government rebels, a spokesman said in Geneva. Relief flights were stopped Tuesday after the Sudan People's Liberation Army demanded changes in the Red Cross' notification procedure for its flights to a number of cities, spokesman Juerg Bischoff said.
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