Sunday 8 August 2004 JERUSALEM, Aug 8, 2004 (Jerusalem Post) — Government officials said that Israel does not feel a need to respond to the "crazy accusation" made by the Sudanese government regarding Israel’s involvement in the crisis in Sudan.
Sunday 8 August 2004 (Adds Israeli comment in paragraph 2)
CAIRO, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Sudan said on Sunday leaders of a rebel group in its western Darfur region were making regular visits to Israel and ties with the Jewish state had caused a split in rebel (...)
Sunday 8 August 2004 CAIRO, Aug 8 (AFP) — Arab countries were set to push for the United Nations to extend the 30-day deadline given to Khartoum to resolve the political and humanitarian crisis in Darfur, amid fears a foreign intervention would turn Sudan (...)
Sunday 8 August 2004 CAIRO, Aug 8 (AFP) — Sudan may require up to 120 days to bring the situation in the strife-torn western region of Darfur under control, Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit told reporters Sunday.
He was speaking ahead of an Arab (...)
Sunday 8 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 8 (AFP) — Sudan has accused neighboring Eritrea of reinforcing its troops along their border to support an imminent offensive by Sudanese opposition forces based on Eritrean soil, the Sudan Media Center reported Sunday. (...)
Sunday 8 August 2004 ADDIS ABABA, Aug 08, 2004 (dpa) — The Sudanese government and two rebel groups battling it in the troubled region of Darfur have agreed to hold talks in the Nigerian capital Abuja later this month, the African Union said Sunday.
In a (...)
Sunday 8 August 2004 CAIRO, Aug 08, 2004 (dpa) — Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail said Sunday he expected Arab support at political, security and humanitarian levels on the conflict in the western Sudanese region of Darfur.
Ismail was (...)
Sunday 8 August 2004 By Tom Perry
CAIRO, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Sudan sought Arab help on Sunday to head off possible sanctions threatened by the United Nations if Khartoum fails to rein in marauding militiamen accused of genocide and ethnic cleansing in its (...)
Sunday 8 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 07, 2004 (Xinhua) — Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Ismail said on Saturday that according to an agreement between the United Nations and Sudan, leaders in the country’s Darfur region should be given more power in (...)
Sunday 8 August 2004 AMMAN, Jordan, Aug 08, 2004 (UPI) — Jordan reportedly is prepared to send peace-keeping forces to the troubled Darfur region in Sudan, but only within an Arab agreement with Sudan.
Jordanian newspapers quoted Government Spokeswoman (...)
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