Thursday 23 September 2004 By ELLEN KNICKMEYER, Associated Press Writer
NDJAMENA, Chad, Sep 23, 2004 (AP) — One of western Sudan’s main rebel movements spoke in favor Thursday of U.N. sanctions against Sudan, saying that only such pressure would get the (...)
Thursday 23 September 2004 NDJAMENA, Sept 23 (AFP) — Poverty-stricken Chad is scraping the bottom of the barrel to host some 190,000 refugees who have fled Sudan’s Darfur region and has asked the world to "share the burden," a refugee official said Thursday.
Thursday 23 September 2004 KHARTOUM, Sept 23 (AFP) — Rebels from Sudan’s western Darfur region have attacked a town in the center of the country, killing eight civilians, in what was apparently their first foray outside their own territory, the interior ministry (...)
Thursday 23 September 2004 UNITED NATIONS, Sep 23, 2004 (AP) — A top African Union official said Wednesday the 53-nation group is ready to move thousands of troops to conflict-wracked Darfur within days if it gets logistical support from Western nations and the (...)
Thursday 23 September 2004 ADDIS ABABA, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The European Union urged Ethiopia and Eritrea on Wednesday to renew efforts to break a deadlock over the demarcation of their border that has sharpened tensions between the former foes.
Officials had (...)
Thursday 23 September 2004 NAIROBI, Sep 22, 2004 (IRIN) — The number of people affected by conflict
in the troubled western Sudanese region of Darfur rose to 1.8 million in
August, of whom 1.45 million were internally displaced persons (IDPs), the
Thursday 23 September 2004 KHARTOUM, Sep 22, 2004 (Xinhua) — The Sudanese government hailed on Wednesday an announcement made by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to appoint a commission to find whether acts of genocide have occurred in Darfur.
"This would silence (...)
Thursday 23 September 2004 FRANKFURT, Sept 22 (AFP) — Three German policemen went on trial here on Wednesday accused of causing injuries which led to the death of a Sudanese immigrant as he was being deported in 1999.
The employees of the border police, aged (...)
Thursday 23 September 2004 NDJAMENA, Sept 22 (AFP) — The United Nations warned Wednesday that the mass influx of refugees from Sudan’s Darfur region was stoking tensions in Chad amid reports of an increasing number of attacks against women who have fled the (...)
Thursday 23 September 2004 ASMARA, Sept 22 (AFP) — Eritrea on Wednesday blamed the international community for failing to force its neighbour, Ethiopia, to comply with a ruling on the path of the countries’ shared border, over which they went to war between 1998 (...)
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