Thursday 16 September 2004 NAIROBI, Sept 16 (AFP) — The rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) strongly denied a Sudan government allegation that the group and its leader John Garang are involved in the conflict in the western Darfur region.
"The SPLA has (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 UNITED NATIONS, Sept 16 (AFP) — Secretary General Kofi Annan called on the UN Security Council to take urgent action over a US draft resolution on Sudan’s troubled Darfur region.
"I have urged the Security Council to act on the draft (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 By Tume Ahemba
ABUJA, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Rebels from Sudan’s Darfur region said on Thursday they were still undecided about continuing in peace talks after discussions with African Union mediators.
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Thursday 16 September 2004 BEIJING, Sep 16, 2004 (Xinhua) — China urges the United States to revise the UN draft on Darfur crisis and said that it will vote according to the revision, said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan here Thursday.
The draft (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 ABUJA, Sept 16 (AFP) — Darfur’s rebel Sudan Liberation Movement insisted that African Union-brokered peace talks have not broken down irretrievably, as mediators confirmed that the two rebel groups were still in consultations to restore (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 STRASBOURG, Sept 16 (AFP) — The European parliament on Thursday urged Sudan to arrest and try those guilty of committing crimes against humanity in the strife-torn western Darfur region, saying the crimes amounted to "genocide".
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Thursday 16 September 2004 PARIS, Sept 16 (AFP) — The Sudanese government on Thursday accused the head of a rebel group in southern Sudan, John Garang, of being involved in the conflict in the western region of Darfur.
"He is not distant from what’s happening in (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 ABUJA, Sept 16 (AFP) — The spokesman for the Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM), Abduljabbar Dofa, said Thursday that his rebel group wants stalled peace talks for the western Darfur region to be revived and to continue.
"We do not think (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 BEIJING, Sept 16, 2004 (Xinhua) — The threatened sanctions championed by the United States and the European Union (EU) on Sudan could not help solve the crisis in the African country, said a leading Chinese newspaper Thursday.
Thursday 16 September 2004 STRASBOURG, France, Sept 15 (Reuters) - The European Parliament is set to call violence in Sudan’s Darfur region "tantamount to genocide" later this week, echoing strong statements from the United States and toughening the EU stance. (...)
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