Thursday 16 September 2004 By Tume Ahemba
ABUJA, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Peace talks between Sudan’s government and Darfur rebels struggled for survival after one of the two rebel groups said on Wednesday the negotiations had collapsed but left open the chance of (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 ABUJA, Nigeria, Sep 15, 2004 (PANA) — Mediators at the Darfur peace talks in
Abuja, Nigeria have proposed a recess of three to four weeks for the parties after negotiations seemed deadlocked for the past several days over the issue of (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 By Peter Masebu
BERLIN, Germany, Sep 15, 2004 (PANA) — The priority of the African Union (AU)
is to end the misery and sufferings facing the people in western
Sudan’s Darfur region rather than immediate concentration on
Thursday 16 September 2004 DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
ABUJA, Nigeria, Sep 15, 2004 (AP) — The Sudanese government blamed the U.S. for Wednesday’s collapse of peace talks with rebels from the troubled Darfur region.
Both sides said the talks had collapsed, although (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 By Anna Willard
WASHINGTON, Sept 15 (Reuters) - A U.S. Senate panel on Wednesday suggested sending $102 million of unused Iraq reconstruction money to Sudan as the Bush administration came under fire for having spent only a tiny (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 WASHINGTON, Sept 15 (AFP) — Senate leaders on Wednesday introduced a bill calling for the suspension of Sudan from the UN Human Rights Commission, as a sanction for continued bloodshed in Darfur.
The Republican Senate Majority Leader (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 KHARTOUM, Sept 15, 2004 (Xinhua) — Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir expressed here Wednesday his appreciation for Egypt’s stands towards Sudan and its effort for a peaceful solution to the Darfur problem in western Sudan.
The Sudanese (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 UNITED NATIONS, Sept 15 (AFP) — The United States said it will push for a vote on its UN resolution on the bloodshed in Sudan’s Darfur region, and offered strong words in the face of a possible veto from China.
The draft resolution (...)
Thursday 16 September 2004 By GILBERT DA COSTA, Associated Press writer
ABUJA, Nigeria, Sep 15, 2004 (AP) — Sudan’s rebels and government broke off internationally brokered peace talks for the bloodied Darfur region Wednesday after three weeks with little (...)
Wednesday 15 September 2004 By PAUL AMES, Associated Press Writer
BRUSSELS, Belgium, Sep 15, 2004 (AP) — NATO is considering a request from the United Nations to provide military backup to a possible African Union peacekeeping force in Sudan’s troubled Darfur (...)
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