Tuesday 10 August 2004 ABUJA, Aug 10 (AFP) — Nigeria’s President Olusegun Obasanjo is confident that talks he will host later this month between the Sudanese government and rebel leaders will resolve the Darfur crisis, his spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Tuesday 10 August 2004 By Nima Elbagir
KHARTOUM, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Sudan carried out fresh helicopter attacks in Darfur on Tuesday and worsened an already desperate humanitarian situation while Arab militia targeted refugees trying to escape the conflict, (...)
Tuesday 10 August 2004 By David Lewis
KINSHASA, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Sudanese Arab horsemen, whose kin are being recruited by the Janjaweed militias in Darfur, are poaching elephants and endangered white rhinos in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo, (...)
Tuesday 10 August 2004 NAIROBI, Aug 10 (AFP) — The US government’s Agency for International Development (USAID) pledged more than 10 million dollars to improve infrastructure in war-ravaged southern Sudan, officials said.
"We will cover initially (...)
Tuesday 10 August 2004 ADDIS ABABA, Aug 10 (Reuters) - The Netherlands will begin on Saturday to fly 154 Rwandan troops to Sudan’s Darfur region to serve as a protection force for African Union (AU) ceasefire monitors, the Dutch ambassador to Ethiopia said on (...)
Tuesday 10 August 2004 By Stephanie Nebehay
GENEVA, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Sudanese authorities are forcing traumatised refugees to return to unsafe villages in the troubled Darfur region where they face fresh attacks by Arab militias, the United Nations said (...)
Tuesday 10 August 2004 NAIROBI, Aug 10 (AFP) — US Senate majority leader Bill Frist expressed disagreement on Tuesday with European Union officials, insisting that "genocide" was taking place in the Darfur region of western Sudan and that the government in (...)
Tuesday 10 August 2004 LONDON/NAIROBI, Aug 10, 2004 (dpa) — The African Union (A.U.) has been forced to delay a decision to deploy a 2,000-man peacekeeping mission in the troubled western Sudanese region of Darfur, after the Sudanese government raised (...)
Tuesday 10 August 2004 LONDON, Aug 10, 2004 (dpa) — The Sudanese government is intimidating civilians who talk to foreigners about the situation in Darfur, Amnesty International said Tuesday, demanding Sudan cease the practice.
"The Sudanese government must (...)
Tuesday 10 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Sudan, Aug 10, 2004 (PANA) — Sudanese President Omar Hassan el-Bashir
has affirmed Khartoum’s full confidence in the ability of the
African Union (AU) to steer negotiations between the government
and the two rebel movements (...)
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