Friday 27 August 2004 CAIRO, Aug 27, 2004 (MENA) — Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Abu-al-Ghayt said Friday Egypt closely follows up the Darfur peace talks in the Nigerian capital Abuja.
Speaking to reporters, Abu-al-Ghayt said he assigned the Egyptian (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
GENEVA, Aug 27, 2004 (AP) — The conflict in Sudan ’s western Darfur region is endangering separate talks to end a 21-year civil war in the south of the African country, the international Red Cross said Friday. (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 L. Freivalds
STOCKHOLM, Aug 27, 2004 (dpa) — Swedish Foreign Minister Laila Freivalds is to visit Sudan for talks with Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail on the peace process in the Darfur region, the Swedish Foreign Ministry said (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 NAIROBI, Aug 27 (AFP) — The conflict raging Sudan’s Darfur region has affected the peace process in the south of Africa’s largest country, Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki’s office said in a statement Friday.
Kibaki and US African envoy (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 By Nima Elbagir
GENEINA, Sudan, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Five hundred Sudanese militiamen in government service disarmed in western Darfur on Friday at a ceremony attended by U.N. envoy Jan Pronk, due to next week report on the security (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 27, 2004 (IRIN) — A team of United Nations and Sudanese
government officials arrived in the western Sudanese Darfur region on
Thursday to assess the implementation of Khartoum’s promises to restore
calm in the area, (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 TOKYO, Aug 26, 2004 (Kyodo) — Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail will visit Japan Sept. 5-9 for talks on the conflict in the African nation’s Darfur region, ministry sources said.
Ismail is expected to meet with Japanese (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 By David Mugonyi Kalonzo Musyoka
NAIROBI, Aug 27, 2004 (The Nation) — Environment minister Kalonzo Musyoka has been quietly removed as chairman of the Somali and Sudan peace talks.
The move was being seen last night as a further (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 NEW YORK, Aug 27 (AFP) — Sudan is allowing its proxy militia to keep at least 16 camps in its strife-torn western region of Darfur, Human Rights Watch said, days before a UN deadline for Khartoum to stop the violence. Sudanese police (...)
Friday 27 August 2004 By Andrew Gilligan, Evening Standard
LONDON, Aug 24, 2004 — Britain has sent more than 180 tons of arms to war-torn Sudan in the last three years, according to the United Nations.
The revelation, which will embarrass Foreign Secretary (...)
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