Friday 6 August 2004 By Jude Luggya
KAMPALA, Aug 6, 2004 (New Vision) — The US ambassador [to Uganda], Jimmy Kolker, has asked the Sudanese government to step up its efforts to capture Joseph Kony, the leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army [LRA].
Friday 6 August 2004 By MARC LACEY, The New York Times Musa Hilal
NYALA, Sudan, Aug 06, 2004 — Sudan’s government lined up 50 prisoners at the main jail here recently and offered them as evidence to the world that it was cracking down on the militias that (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 Kadhafi
TRIPOLI, Libya, Aug 05, 2004 (PANA) — Popular and official calls on Libyan leader Colonel Moammar Kadhafi to channel the African Union’s efforts towards finding a solution to the humanitarian crisis facing Sudan’s western region (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Sudan, Aug 05, 2004 (PANA) — A Sudanese human rights group warned
Wednesday that international warlords and war mongers might
take advantage of the deteriorating situation in the civil
war-torn western region of Darfur to (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 05, 2004 (SUNA) — President of the Republic, Gen. Omer Al-Bashir, affirmed that Sudan is being targeted by a fierce and hostile campaign seeking at blacking out the truth and justifying interventions in Sudan.
Friday 6 August 2004 DAR ES SALAAM, Aug 5 (AFP) — Tanzania has agreed to send 100 troops to western Sudan’s war-ravaged Darfur region, following a request by the African Union (AU), Deputy Foreign Minister Abdulkader Shareef said on Thursday.
"We are now (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 WASHINGTON, DC, Aug 05, 2004 (UPI) — U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said Thursday he will decide "in the next couple of weeks" if the crisis in Sudan’s Darfur region is genocide.
"I have to gather data from people I have in the (...)
Thursday 5 August 2004 By MOHAMED OSMAN, Associated Press Writer
KHARTOUM, Sudan, Aug 05, 2004 (AP) — Sudan’s foreign minister said Thursday foreign military intervention to end the Darfur crisis was unlikely and vowed his government would meet U.N. Security (...)
Thursday 5 August 2004 NEW YORK, Aug 05, 2004 (dpa) — The Sudanese government on Thursday signed an agreement with the United Nations to implement a set of commitments aimed at easing the conflict and humanitarian crisis in the Darfur region, a spokeswoman (...)
Thursday 5 August 2004 BRUSSELS, Aug 4, 2004 (Agence Europe) — The seven civil and military experts of the EU who left for Sudan on Tuesday (see EUROPE of 3 August, p.2) have arrived in the region of Darfur. Their mission is to identify as a matter of urgency (...)
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