Friday 17 September 2004 ABUJA, Sept 17 (AFP) — African Union-sponsored talks on restoring peace to Sudan’s western Darfur region adjourned for one month Friday to give negotiators more time to resolve disagreements on the key issues, delegates said.
"We are (...)
Friday 17 September 2004 LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Eritrea’s president is mobilising his army for a fresh war with neighbour Ethiopia in the hope of galvanising support for his autocratic government, an exiled opposition leader said on Friday.
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Friday 17 September 2004 KHARTOUM, Sept 17 (AFP) — A US congressional delegation was reportedly to start a two-day visit to the troubled Darfur region of western Sudan.
The official Sudan News Agency (SUNA) said the delegation, which includes Republican (...)
Friday 17 September 2004 By RAWYA RAGEH, Associated Press Writer
MORNIE, Sudan, Sep 17, 2004 (AP) — Residents in a camp for Darfur’s displaced beat and injured a government worker Friday after he tried to stop them from complaining to the visiting U.S. aid (...)
Friday 17 September 2004 By Tume Ahemba
ABUJA, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Darfur rebels were set to announce later on Friday whether they were pulling out of stalled three-week-old peace talks with the Sudan government.
The talks are aimed at finding a political (...)
Friday 17 September 2004 By Opheera McDoom
ZALINGEI, Sudan, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Sudanese villagers who fled their homes in their thousands feel virtual prisoners in the Zalingei camp in Darfur, where they had hoped to find food and shelter.
Sudanese army (...)
Friday 17 September 2004 ABUJA, Sept 17 (AFP) — Nigerian President and current African Union chair Olusegun Obasanjo has urged Khartoum and rebel groups to sign a pact that would give aid agencies free access to Sudan’s Darfur region, where war has forced 1.4 (...)
Friday 17 September 2004 UNITED NATIONS, Sep 17, 2004 (AP) — The United States predicted Thursday that the Security Council will adopt its resolution on Sudan , buoyed by strong backing from Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who called for urgent U.N. action to (...)
Friday 17 September 2004 By TAREK EL-TABLAWY, Associated Press Writer
UNITED NATIONS, Sep 17, 2004 (AP) — The United States toned down a resolution on Sudan to win support from China, Russia and other Security Council members who fear the threat of sanctions (...)
Friday 17 September 2004 BEIJING, Sep 17, 2004 (Xinhua) — The United States put forward an amendment to a draft UN resolution on Sudan on Thursday in an effort to garner more support for it from other Security Council members.
Instead of setting up a none-fly (...)
SDFG mourn the loss of a Sudanese activist2014-04-20 09:02:39 The Sudan Democracy First Group mourns the loss of Osman Hummaida, a towering figure of the human rights movement in Sudan, and a tireless campaigner for democracy and peace in the country. Osman (...)