Thursday 9 September 2004 By Andrew Cawthorne
LONDON, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Rich nations like Japan, France and Italy must be more generous in funding humanitarian relief for Sudan’s Darfur region, aid agencies said on Thursday.
A coalition of British-based (...)
Thursday 9 September 2004 KHARTOUM, Sep 8, 2004 (SUNA) — Sudan and the Islamic Republic of Iran Wednesday signed a memo of understanding and agreement on agricultural quarantine at the end of the meeting of the joint Sudanese-Iranian Ministerial committee. (...)
Thursday 9 September 2004 By Opheera McDoom and Nima Elbagir
KHARTOUM, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Sudanese authorities have arrested 33 members of the opposition Islamist Popular Congress for plotting sabotage with help from abroad, party officials and security (...)
Thursday 9 September 2004 NAIROBI, Sep 8, 2004 (IRIN) — The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is worried about the
humanitarian situation in North Darfur, after thousands of newly displaced
persons, reporting fresh (...)
Thursday 9 September 2004 WASHINGTON, Sep 8, 2004 (VOA) — The leader of Sudan’s southern rebel movement says the humanitarian crisis in the country’s western Darfur region can only be solved by forming a new government of national unity.
Until last year, (...)
Thursday 9 September 2004 By EDITH M. LEDERER, Associted Press Writer
UNITED NATIONS, Sep 08, 2004 (AP) — The United States circulated a draft U.N. resolution on Wednesday that would back a beefed-up monitoring force for Sudan’s conflict-wracked Darfur region (...)
Thursday 9 September 2004 By MOHAMED OSMAN, Associted Press Writer
KHARTOUM, Sudan, Sep 08, 2004 (AP) — Sudan on Wednesday requested more African Union monitors to oversee a truce in strife-torn Darfur, but accused the European Union of doing too little to help (...)
Thursday 9 September 2004 By NATALIE OBIKO PEARSON, Associated Press Writer
TOKYO, Sep 8, 2004 (AP) — Sudan has asked the African Union to deploy more monitors to help oversee a truce in the troubled region of Darfur "as soon as possible," the Sudanese foreign (...)
Wednesday 8 September 2004 WASHINGTON, Sept 8 (AFP) — Secretary of State Colin Powell said Wednesday that later this week he will tell a Senate panel whether ongoing killings in Sudan constitute genocide.
Powell is slated to testify before the Senate Foreign (...)
Wednesday 8 September 2004 ABUJA, Sept 8 (AFP) — African Union-sponsored talks on the crisis in Sudan’s Darfur region hit another hurdle as the Khartoum government rejected a draft protocol on the key issues of security and disarmament.
"This draft, the way it (...)
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