Wednesday 25 August 2004 By EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press Writer
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 25, 2004 (AP) — As a U.N. deadline for action nears, the Sudanese government has not reined in Arab militias accused of attacking, raping and killing villagers in the (...)
Wednesday 25 August 2004 UNITED NATIONS, Aug 25 (AFP) — The UN Security Council gave a show of support to efforts by the African Union to end the humanitarian crisis in Sudan’s war-torn Darfur region. Refugee consoles her child
International pressure has been (...)
Wednesday 25 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 24, 2004 (SUNA) — An agreement for production sharing for Block (11) for oil will be signed Wednesday between Sudan government, the Pakistani Zafir Company and the Sudanese Sudapet Company.
Block (11) covers North (...)
Wednesday 25 August 2004 By ED JOHNSON, Associated Press Writer
AL-FASHER, Sudan, Aug 24, 2004 (AP) — The international Red Cross said Tuesday it was launching a major airlift of relief supplies to Sudan, its largest operation of the kind since the war in (...)
Wednesday 25 August 2004 WASHINGTON, DC, Aug 24, 2004 (UPI) — The U.S. State Department said Tuesday it remained concerned by the humanitarian situation in Sudan’s Darfur region.
"The security situation, as you know, remains inadequate
with continued (...)
Wednesday 25 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 24 (AFP) — British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw on Tuesday urged Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir to heed growing international calls for swift action on the crisis in the war-torn region of Darfur as a United Nations (...)
Wednesday 25 August 2004 PARIS, Aug 24 (AFP) — The international community should cease interfering in the Darfur crisis in Sudan, the country’s foreign minister told the French newspaper Le Figaro in an interview published Tuesday, as peace talks organised by (...)
Tuesday 24 August 2004 CAIRO, Aug 24, 2004 (Xinhua) — Representatives of the Sudanese government and the opposition groups began a meeting here on Tuesday over ways to achieve peace in the country, a Sudanese source told Xinhua.
The meeting was part of (...)
Tuesday 24 August 2004 ABUJA, Aug 24 (AFP) — The second day of the African Union’s Sudanese peace talks ended in deadlock after Darfur’s rebel groups rejected the agenda, backtracking on an earlier promise to push forward with negotiations.
Delegates will now (...)
Tuesday 24 August 2004 ABUJA, Nigeria, Aug 24, 2004 (PANA) — The first batch of 155 Nigerian troops
will leave for the Darfur region of western Sudan Thursday as
part of a 300-strong African Union force being sent to the area
to protect AU observers (...)
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