Monday 30 August 2004 DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
UM HASHAB, Sudan, Aug 30, 2004 (AP) — African Union cease-fire monitors on Sunday investigated claims that the Sudanese military bombarded a village with helicopter gunships, driving terrified farmers from their (...)
Monday 30 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 29, 2004 (MENA) — The Sudanese government is preparing to deploy more than 2,000 policemen in Darfur states next month, Interior Minister Abd-al-Rahim Muhammad Husayn has said.
After reporting to the cabinet about the (...)
Monday 30 August 2004 ABUJA, Aug 29 (AFP) — The Sudanese government said here Sunday that it must approve any increase in the number of African Union troops to crisis-ridden Darfur above the 300 soldiers agreed last month with the AU.
"AU troops are welcome (...)
Monday 30 August 2004 Mwai Kibaki
NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 29, 2004 (PANA) — Kenya supports the UN resolution demanding that the government in Sudan restore peace and tranquillity in Darfur, President Mwai Kibaki indicated during a meeting here with visiting US (...)
Monday 30 August 2004 By Tume Ahemba
ABUJA, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Peace talks between Darfur rebels and the Sudanese government ended a day of negotiations deadlocked on Sunday over addressing what the United Nations has called the world’s worst humanitarian (...)
Monday 30 August 2004 Mustafa Ismail
KHARTOUM, Aug 29, 2004 (SUNA) — The Foreign Minister, Dr. Mustafa Osman Ismail, has apologized to receive the Assistant US Secretary of State for African Affairs, who arrived here on Sunday, in a move considered as a (...)
Monday 30 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 29 (AFP) — Sudanese prosecutors have charged 15 Eritrean emigrants over Friday’s hijacking of a Libyan military aircraft that was forcibly repatriating them, court officials said Sunday.
They stand accused of terrorism (...)
Monday 30 August 2004 By Brendan Boyle, The Sunday Times
JOHANNESBURG, Aug 28, 2004 — Former [South African] President Nelson Mandela was "worried and pained" about the plight of refugees in Darfur who asked through the Sunday Times for his intervention to (...)
Sunday 29 August 2004 EL-FASHIR, Sudan, Aug 29 (AFP) — A prominent Sudanese magistrate and government advisor on Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in North Darfur state admitted Sunday it was still not safe for most of them to return home.
"It would not (...)
Sunday 29 August 2004 ABUJA, Aug 28 (AFP) — Sudanese peace talks restarted here at the end of a one-day boycott called by rebel groups in protest at alleged government attacks on civilians, and as a UN deadline for action on the Darfur crisis expired. (...)
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