Violent incidents involving Chinese in Africa highlight the risks of China’s expansion on the continent. A week ago, a Chinese manager was killed at Zambia’s Collum copper mine, which has seen other conflicts in the...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 27, 2008
Five Chinese oil workers taken hostage in Sudan have been killed, according to the BBC: The five were part of a group of nine Chinese workers seized from an oil field in Kordofan in central Sudan. The foreign ministry said two...
by Xiao Qiang | Jun 12, 2008
Edward Cody reports in the Washington Post: President Hu Jintao strongly urged Sudan to cooperate in the swift deployment of international peacekeeping forces and to help end humanitarian abuses in the country’s embattled...
by Wang Yichao | Feb 17, 2005
From Business Report Sudan planned to double its oil refining capacity in three years to handle increased production after the east African nation reached an agreement to end its 21-year civil war, energy minister Awad Ahmed al-Jazz said yesterday.
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