Sudan: Did Carrier Ignore Orders to Ground Doomed Plane?
The plane crash that killed a top minister and his delegation of more than 30 people, was ordered to be grounded four days before take-off, a local newspaper reported.
Sudan Tribune, 27 August 2012
A Russian plane that crashed last week in Sudan's southern region of Kordofan was ordered to be grounded by inspectors four days before takeoff, a local newspaper has revealed, ...read more »
Sudan News Agency, 23 August 2012
The General Director of the Civil Aviation Authority, Engineer Mohamed Abdul-Aziz, resumed his work Thursday after the President of the Republic has rejected his resignation in the ...read more »
Sudan Tribune, 21 August 2012
The head of the Sudanese Civil Aviation Corporation (SCAC), Mohammed Abdel Aziz, tendered his resignation to the country's president Omer Al-Bashir on Tuesday, citing the need to ...read more »
Radio Dabanga, 22 August 2012
On Monday the Tajiki Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that a Tajiki citizen died in a plane crash in South Kordofan on Sunday.read more »
International Federation of Journalists, 20 August 2012
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) today mourn two journalists and two cameramen killed in a plane accident that made ...read more »
Sudan Tribune, 20 August 2012
The Sudanese plane that crashed in South Kordofan state on Sunday was driven by a Russian pilot, the Russian embassy in Khartoum said.read more »
President Omer Al-Bashir paying his respects.