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Mediators work hard to reach Darfur peace deal - Rice

May 3, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that international mediators were working hard to reach a Darfur peace accord at talks in Nigeria. Condoleezza Rice Rice (...)

Sudan appears ready to make concessions to Darfur rebels

May 3, 2006 (ABUJA) — Sudan seems poised to disarm a vicious militia faster and accept more rebels into its security force in U.S.-initiated concessions that meet fighter demands for bringing (...)

US seeks concessions for Darfur rebels from Sudan govt

May 3, 2006 (ABUJA) — U.S. diplomats tried on Wednesday to extract concessions from the government of Sudan that could persuade rebels from the Darfur region to sign up to a draft peace agreement (...)

AU, UK, US prepare new Darfur peace proposal

May 3, 2006 (ABUJA) — African Union mediators joined by senior U.S. and British officials are preparing a substantially changed Darfur peace proposal after rebels rejected the original draft, said (...)

Darfur talks drag on, African leaders to weigh in

May 3, 2006 (ABUJA) — Senior figures from across Africa headed for peace talks on Sudan's devastated Darfur region on Wednesday to try to persuade rebel factions to give ground after a second (...)

Second batch of Russian troops to join Sudan peace mission

May 2, 2006 (MOSCOW) — A new group of Russian peacekeepers will fly to Sudan May 3 to join a UN force, the Air Force said Tuesday. The first group of Russian peacekeepers flew to the East African (...)

UN’s Egeland to visit Sudan Saturday

May 2, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — U.N. Emergency Relief Coordinator Jan Egeland is to arrive in Sudan next Saturday on an official five-day visit, the Foreign Ministry announced. Jan Egeland Spokesman of (...)

First batch of Sudanese refugees back home from Uganda

May 2, 2006 (GENEVA) — The first convoy of 160 Sudanese refugees in Uganda repatriating to South Sudan left Tuesday from the northern district of Moyo to Kadjo Keji, some 30 kilometres north of (...)

Government offensive raises fears of attack on Darfur’s Gereida

May 2, 2006 (NAIROBI) — Observers fear the town of Gereida, which provides refuge to an estimated 90,000 displaced persons, might come under siege following a series of attacks on rebel-controlled (...)

Bashir supports Eritrean mediation with Eastern Sudan rebels

May 2, 2006 (KHARTOUM) — President Omar al-Bashir, has announced Sudan's support for Eritrea's initiatives to begin negotiations with the rebel Eastern Front to achieve a peaceful resolution to (...)

Darfur rebels ask US to put pressure on Sudanese govt

May 2, 2006 (ABUJA) — Darfur rebels held Tuesday a meeting with the U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert B. Zoellick. They asked him to convince Sudanese government to make more concessions. (...)

Residents flee N’djamena as election day looms

May 2, 2006 (NDJAMENA) — As election officials report that everything is in place for Wednesday's presidential poll, fears of more rebel attacks are sending residents of the Chad capital N'djamena (...)

Mediators extend Darfur talks deadline again

May 2, 2006 (ABUJA) — African Union (AU) mediators said they had extended the deadline for reaching agreement in the Darfur peace talks for a second time, giving negotiators a further 48 hours (...)

EU urges Sudanese parties to sign Darfur peace agreement

May 2, 2006 (BRUSSELS) — EU foreign policy Chief Javier Solana urged Tuesday all Sudanese parties to sign a peace agreement negotiated by the African Union (AU), said a press release. Javier (...)

Sudan’s SPLA soldiers beat two Western Equatoria ministers

May 2, 2006 (JUBA) — Two regional ministers from southern Sudan Western Equatoria have been harassed and beaten by soldiers of Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA). The incident happened when the (...)

Ethiopian ’coup plot’ trial opens

May 2, 2006 (ADDIS ABABA) — Ethiopian prosecutors on Tuesday accused a group of jailed opposition figures of conspiring with Eritrean-backed rebels to foment a coup by inciting violence after (...)

Darfur talks to extend beyond deadline

May 2, 2006 (ABUJA) — A senior U.S. official said he would continue negotiations on a peace plan for Sudan's Darfur region on Wednesday, indicating a Tuesday deadline for an agreement would slip. (...)

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Bush urges Sudan to conclude peace with Darfur rebels

May 2, 2006 (WASHINGTON) — US President George W. Bush told Sudan's president in "very clear" terms that his government must redouble its efforts to broker a deal with rebels at peace talks in (...)

UN must back any Darfur peace deal - Chad’s FM

May 2, 2006 (N'DJAMENA) — A peace deal in Sudan's Darfur region would help stem the flow of rebels and refugees over the border into Chad but must be enforced by a strong U.N. peacekeeping (...)

Under pressure, Darfur enemies struggle for a deal

May 2, 2006 (ABUJA) — The warring parties from Sudan's Darfur region struggled on Tuesday to extract concessions from each other before a midnight deadline for a peace agreement, as senior U.S. (...)


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